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Top chefs at Harvest’s ‘Regional Dinner’

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Would you like to eat, in the one night, the food of some of the best chefs of the extended ‘region’: from Wasabi at Noosa Sound, Paper Daisy at Cabarita, Rick Shores at Burleigh, Three Blue Ducks at Byron and Harvest at Newrybar?

You’d normally need to borrow my helicopter, but I’m using it this week to fly to Harvest at Newrybar on Sunday night for a 5 course set menu featuring a dish from each of the above chefs, with matching wines (non-alcoholic options available if you don’t have your own pilot).

The third such ‘Regional Dinner’, it promises to be quite an event. The first course will begin around the Harvest Fire Pit, diners will move to the Old Bakery for the second course, then proceed up the stairs to the restaurant for the final three. Each course will showcase the passions and efforts of each individual chef.

Local wine producer Jilly Wines of Clunes will perfectly match each course, with options including Stone & Wood’s ales and lager, and the night promises to be both energetic and informative.

For more information phone 6687 2644 or email [email protected].


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