Delve into the mind (or the belly) of Van Gogh, by lunching like Van Gogh at No.35 Restaurant located at Sofitel, Melbourne. This one-of-a-kind experience allows guests to imagine themselves dining as Van Gogh did in the South of France, during the late 1800s. Available from now until the 9th of July 2017.
Best dish of the day was a mind-blowing amazing beetroot dish. Say what? Yes, Chef Aaron Turner has returned with a blast, this time in the City of Geelong, with Igni.
Melbourne is getting pretty good with its pop-up options. One notable Pop-Up in the month of April 2016 to watch out for is “Chandon in the City” on The Emerson Rooftop, showcasing the finest food and wine in Melbourne’s hottest night club venues. Get in quick!
Noma Australia! Who would have thought that one of the top chefs’ in the world would uproot his entire team and bring them halfway around the world to set up a 10 week pop-up restaurant with a 30,000 wait list? Rene Redzepi, that’s who. This is our review from their first weekend service in Barangaroo, Australia.
Press Club Projects is The Press Club’s creative space and test kitchen, where the Press Club team develop new dishes and play around with high tech scientific equipment. We recently attended a secret cheese aficionado event hosted by Press Club Projects and Harper and Blohm. Buckle up, as this is going to be cheesy.