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The new chef at the Brunswick Picture House, Dan Kellie, is differentiating himself by offering Nordic, Scandinavian and northern European cuisines.

Dan, who went to school and grew up in this area, believes his food fits perfectly with the Brunswick Picture House: ‘My food is like the Picture House, a mix of old and new, modern dishes inspired by really good historic recipes and classic dishes of the lesser-known cuisines of northern and eastern Europe. The winter brunch menu for our free Sunday Homemade Jam music event offers a new take on Welsh rarebit, with gruyere cheese and White Rabbit dark ale served on a thick slice of baked rye sourdough, with a selection of house-made pickled vegetables. Fresh soft German pretzels are also served hot out of the oven, along with organic locally roasted coffee and an ever-changing selection of fresh-baked sweet pastries cookies and cakes.’

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Dan can be found serving food  at the Brunswick Picture House one hour before every program event. Photos supplied. 


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