Having won over the hungry hordes with his recent takeovers of (the now-closed) Bar Brosé and Casoni, Ételek chef Adam Wolfers (ex-Yellow) is now set to move into Enmore's The Gretz.
Running the kitchen for one day only, he'll be teaming up with owner-chef Gregory Llewellyn to create a cornucopia of Jewish Hungarian bar food. "Expect to see lots of fun snacks with a main focus on vegetables and seafood," Adam says.
Look out for storm clams with crushed potato and bay oil, as well as barbecued oysters with walnut, fennel and red wine. Then, of course, there's the mighty lángos: a Hungarian fried bread snack that Wolfers will serve with smoked sour cream, dukkah and caviar. As expected, it goes damn well with beer — and The Gretz offers a good selection of local craft drops, including Yulli's blood orange pilsner and Willie the Boatman's Corn Ale.