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Wild Harvest with Monty Koludrovic

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Monty Koludrovic

Executive chef Monty Koludrovic, from Bondi’s legendary Icebergs Dining Room & Bar, and Surry Hills hot spot, The Dolphin Hotel, is returning to his Northern Rivers homeland and joining Head Chef Alastair Waddell, and wild-food researcher Peter Hardwick for a one-off dinner exploring Northern Rivers native ingredients.

‘I am super excited to get back to my homeland for what looks to be an amazing event – exploring the region and learning about the forageable goodies on offer. It is always a pleasure to bring our take on modern Australian/Italian food to new faces’, said Monty.

Harvest. Wednesday 9 October from 6pm.
$120 for 5 courses, $55 matched wine.
Bookings via: [email protected]
or 02 6687 2644


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