A Hundred-Mile Fish Tale
Dive into a four-course feast heroing wild-caught Victorian seafood — and paired with live funk and soul.
March 22, 2023
Come Sunday, March 26, Melbourne's CBD is set to be the place to be for local seafood lovers, as Taxi Kitchen reels in diners for a one-off Melbourne Food & Wine Festival lunch celebrating some of the state's best wild-caught ocean-fresh goodness.
Top Victorian fisheries will be thrown into the spotlight across a four-course feast featuring plates like freshly shucked sea urchin roe with sour plum and fried nori; San Remo octopus starring coconut, ginger and lemongrass; and crayfish rice finished with shiitake, lup chong and a son-in-law egg.
There'll be snacks and a cocktail to kick things off, while the lunch is set to be paired with a curation of Victorian wines from the likes of Paringa Estate and Leura Park. You'll also be treated to tunes from a live funk and soul act as you dine.
Tickets to the feast come in at $184, including matched vino, plus a glass of local sparkling wine and a cocktail on arrival.
Top image: Carmen Zammit
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