Spring Racing Carnival: Entertain guests with three impressive packs from Conservatory, Nobu and Bistro Guillaume
With trackside events being capped, we'll be celebrating Spring Racing a little differently this year. Whether it's having guests at home, or a dolled up picnic lunch, Crown has three impressive offer, from Nobu, Conservatory and Bistro Guillaume, that take the stress out of entertaining:
In celebration of International Seafood Day (Tuesday, October 19) the 2021 Great Australian Fish & Chip Awards, organised by Seafood Industry Australia (SIA), have launched, marking the start of the search for the country’s best fish and chip businesses.
“In every town, across every state and territory, people spruik their fish & chips as number one, so let’s put them to the test and crown Australia’s best fish & chippers,” SIA CEO Veronica Papacosta said.
It's exciting news that Great Ocean Road Gin has opened a restaurant – The Gin Kitchen – as part of their offering alongside their Tasting Room on the Great Ocean Road, Aireys Inlet. Great for the region and great for those of us from Melbourne keen to visit this foodie destination.
Red Pepper Indian Restaurant in the Melbourne CBD is famous for it's affordable and authentic Indian dishes, but it also boasts a quality Drinks Menu to complement the delicious food. As Red Pepper prepares to open up again on November 5th after lockdown, the dine-in experience will return with the same excitement and sensory offering that has delighted diners since 2006.
Negroni lovers rejoice, as the team at Vero (Italian for "real") have created the perfect classic Negroni in a bottle, that can be enjoyed without any mixing. Simply pour, garnish and serve. We were #gifted with Vero Negroni and were highly impressed with the high quality of the Negroni, using exceptional ingredients of Campari, Cinzano Rosso Vermouth, and Gin. The simplicity of enjoying a refreshing Negroni without having to worry about mixing the ingredients!
True Italian Taste Fresh Pasta Hands-On Class by @iccimelbourne was a sensational (sold out) and convivial evening, bringing the best of Italy to Melbourne. The perfect tonic in lockdown. I'm confident I can repeat the recipes we replicated, but also engaging with the Italian experts and personalities was a highlight of the event. A tip from us is that any event associated with ICCI Melbourne is always a hit. There were 3 main aspects to the masterclass.
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