Inside Culinary Masters Sydney
Step inside our peerless, and debut, Culinary Masters dinner for 2019 – an exclusive chance to indulge the inventive skill and passion of young chef Josh Niland.
The Robb Report 2019 Culinary Masters dinner series launched in Sydney this week — with an exclusive evening heralding the unique and masterful talents of local chef Josh Niland.
Taking over Niland’s standout Paddington eatery Saint Peter for the evening, guests were treated to an exclusive menu and opportunity to engage with Niland, as he walked the gathered group through his approach to sustainable seafood use.
Niland’s exclusively curated menu proved a play across the senses – a showcase of inventiveness and what can be achieved with nose-to-tail dining. Arguable standouts? It’s hard to go past the opener of Mooloolaba yellow tuna eye chip, followed by striped marlin pastrami, line-caught trout and a closing caramel slice that also featured Murray Cod fat. That said – every course was worthy of attention and certainly drove highly complimentary conversation.
Each course came paired to impeccable wines from St Hugo – the 2018 Eden Valley Chardonnay a wonderfully robust number and one our firm favourites – before guests were whisked off to One Barangaroo Crown Residences in style, thanks to our friends at Harrolds.
Australia’s most anticipated new address, the incredible harbourside One Barangaroo Crown Residences suite was transformed into the High Ball bar – where a heady selection of IWC timepieces were displayed and drinks – including The Balvenie, Glenfiddich, Hendricks Gin, CAPI – kept guests hydrated well into the night.
As editor-in-chief- Richard Clune told guests: “Once you’ve had a taste what we do at Robb Report, of the elevated and unique experiences we regularly offer our readers, our friends – well, why would you go anywhere else?.”
Next Tuesday (Nov 19) the Culinary Masters dinner series rolls into Melbourne with an exclusive evening at fine diner Vue De Monde under the stewardship of young executive chef, Hugh Allen.
A strictly limited number of seats remain available as of today (Nov 14), though be quick as this event will, like Sydney, prove to be a sellout.
For more information and tickets — https://www.culinarymasters-robbreportau.com/
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