Bhakta dasa- talent

25 09 2009

I’ve been eating at Crossways since I moved to Melbourne. As an impoverished student $5 for all you can eat is the best deal around for lunch. So when I decided to do a podcast about eating on the cheap, Crossways seemed like a good place to start.

So I organised to interview Bhakta dasa, a priest at the Hare Krishna temple in South Melbourne.

Hare Krishna by Tessa Mudge

He gave me some insight into the Hare Krishna religion, and why they have projects like Crossways.

I met him at the temple in St Kilda. A beautiful old building.

Hare Krishna Temple by Tessa MudgeHere’s what to expect when you eat at Crossways:

The Food by Tessa Mudge

It’s all you can drink too with water, cordial and lassi. You scrape your own plate, it’s a bit like being on a school camp!

Clearing Station by Tessa Mudge

This is the dining room, you share tables, so it’s a good chance to meet new people or just people-watch.

Crossways by Tessa Mudge

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