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Bruno Loubet special dinner

After nine years in the UK, celebrated chef Bruno Loubet is back in Queensland and searching for a location to open a cookery school. But first, he joins Harvest for a one-off Wild Harvest dinner exploring and showcasing Australia’s native ingredients.

Head chef Alastair Waddell and forager Peter Hardwick are looking forward to commemorating his return in the humble village of Newrybar.

French chef Bruno Loubet had a successful career in London during the 90s before moving to Queensland in 2002. He is famed for his critically acclaimed restaurants Bruno’s Tables in Toowong, Berardo’s in Noosa, and Baguette in Brisbane (2002–2008), and more recently in London for Bistrot Bruno Loubet and the vegetable-focused Grain Store (2008–2017).

More info: Wednesday 16 May
4 courses for $75 per head
+ $45 with beverage pairing
Ph 6687 2644
www.harvestnewrybar.com.au
18–22 Old Pacific Highway, Newrybar


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