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Head chef Chris Hagan from The Long Apron will be joining Harvest’s head chef Alastair Waddell and wild-food researcher Peter Hardwick for a one-off dinner using Australia’s underutilised native ingredients. The Long Apron is a chef-hatted restaurant on the Sunshine Coast with a well-earned reputation for refined, innovative, and unexpected dining experiences. Expect Australian country elegance with a touch of modern French influences.

Book in advance if you want to join the dinner as Harvest’s last event sold out in 24 hours!

Wednesday 12 June

$95 for 5-course / $50 matched wines

harvestnewrybar.com.au Ph 6687 2644


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