Culinary Masters 2019 – You’re Invited

We’re releasing a select number of tickets to our exclusive dinner series – celebrating the best young chefs in the country.

By Robb Report 22/10/2019

As part of our search for the country’s best young culinary talent – as nominated by true industry luminaries – Robb Report’s Culinary Masters’ dinner series is peerless.

This year the ultimate luxury dining experience entails exclusive dinners highlighting the incredible abilities of Josh Niland of Saint Peter, in Sydney’s Paddington and Hugh Allen, executive chef at Melbourne’s Vue De Monde.

Niland is the wunderkind forcing a necessary rethink with a unique and contemporary ‘nose-to-tail’ seafood philosophy, an approach that has rightly  seen him garner an impressive international following – Nigella Lawson referring to him, simply, as “a genius.”

Guests will have the opportunity to experience Niland’s lauded approach to sustainability with an exclusively-curated Robb Report menu driven by the man himself on the night. Wine will flow from St. Hugo’s formidable collection, with guests then taken via private cars to One Barangaroo for a pop-up Highball Bar and chance to indulge Sydney’s most luxurious new residence.

The Melbourne experience at Vue De Monde gives credence to Shannon Bennett’s anointment of 24-year-old Allen. To be leading the pass at one of the country’s most acclaimed fine diners speaks of Allen’s skills, with the ex-Noma chef bringing a curated menu punctuated by his unique use of Australian native flavours, paired to wines from Taylors Wines before a post-dinner event at the lavish venue high above the city.

We’re excited to release a limited number of seats for each dinner – be quick as this is an incredible opportunity not to be missed and the remaining spots will not last long.

Further details can be found here: https://www.culinarymasters-robbreportau.com/

Culinary Masters Sponsors
Eager to receive exclusive access and invites to events such as The 2019 Robb Report Culinary Masters before anyone else? Time then to subscribe to either the magazine or our weekly newsletter and enjoy the benefits that come with being part of the Robb Report family.
ADVERTISE WITH US

Subscribe to the Newsletter

Stay Connected

You may also like.

The 52-Year Old Royal Salute Is A Coveted Drop

The rare whisky spent 52 years in the barrel.

By Rachel Cormack

16/01/2020

Bar Totti’s Opens In Sydney’s CBD

The central newcomer isn’t just a carbon copy of Bondi – though the epic hot bread and burrata have made the trek (phew).

By Terry Christodoulou

14/01/2020

‘Luxury’ Surfing Is Officially Here

Inside Australia’s first (decent) artificial surf park – and what it means to a sense of natural stoke.

By Terry Christodoulou

09/01/2020

Drinking In Greatness With Help From Penfolds

What’s it like to sit and sample nearly every bottle of Grange ever produced – including a ‘unicorn’? We went along to Penfolds for four days to find out.

By Nick Ryan

07/01/2020

An Electric Hydrofoil Surfboard That Lets Your Soar Above The Surf

The Fliteboard can tackle any type of wave.

By Viju Mathew

06/01/2020

Buy the Magazine

Subscribe to Robb Report today!

Subscribe today

Stay Connected