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$95 for 5-courses + $50 for matched wine

Jerry Mai, owner-chef behind Melbourne’s Pho Nom and Annam restaurants will be joining Head Chef Alastair Waddell and wild food researcher Peter Hardwick for a one-off dinner using Australia’s underutilised native ingredients. Chef Jerry Mai throws back to her restaurant roots under chefs like David Thompson, and pulls on her personal history as a Vietnamese-born Australian with her personality packed cooking: taking flavour cues from Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia.

Bookings: [email protected]
02 6687 2644. www.harvestnewrybar.com.au

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