Sancta Sophia College has the outstanding reputation of offering fresh and contemporary cuisine to our guests. This is achieved with an on-site operational kitchen serving breakfast, lunch and dinner and a fresh menu prepared daily including a selection of hot and cold, meat and vegetarian dishes. A diverse and healthy gourmet salad bar pleases all tastes and accommodates most dietary needs however special dietary needs can be catered for upon pre-arrangement.
Conference and Functions catering
Sancta Sophia College offers conference delegates a delicious Set Conference Menu including tea and coffee on arrival, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Sancta offers choices on morning and afternoon tea menus to tailor the menu to suit your taste and budget.
Apart from tea and coffee on arrival, all conference meals are served in the Sheldon Dining Hall and weather permitting, may also be enjoyed outdoors in the Quadrangle.
The College has special menus to cater for buffets, cocktail affairs and three-course sit down meals for special occasions; such as weddings, baptisms, birthdays and anniversaries or for corporate meetings, conference social evenings/gatherings and any other celebration! Our friendly team including our Chef, is here to assist you and tailor a menu to suit your specific needs, just call the conference coordinator to discuss.
The College also has facilities for pre-dinner or drinks functions held in the Library or the Sancta Quadrangle.
Casual Accommodation Dining
Sancta Sophia College offers a complimentary breakfast included in the room rate and a continental breakfast is served in the Sheldon Dining Hall daily. May exclude Public Holidays.
The Sancta Student Buffet Menu for Lunch and Dinner is available for purchase by casual guests by pre-payment only to the Bursar or the Conference Coordinator, during business hours. Lunch is $16 per person and Dinner is $22 per person. Subject to availability during Christmas and New Year Period.
“Thank you so much for the excellent service. Terri was exceptional in her attendance to our needs, Jacqui’s welcome was warm, the chef served us a beautifully cooked meal and Bill the gardener’s floral arrangements were a superb addition to the decor and atmosphere. Even the guest speaker commented ‘That was a very good meal’. I especially appreciated the reception room for the welcome drinks as members were able to socialise in comfort before being invited into the dining room. Many of the members commented on a most enjoyable afternoon.”
Ivy, AFUW-NSW Function