A Moveable Feast: This Week In Food – April 22, 2017
THIS WEEK IN FOOD
HOLE IN ONE
Holey Moley has opened in Little Bourke St, it’s mini-golf meets bar, $15 for a round of golf, you can play pinball, fussball, and there’s a groovy little bar at which to buy the drinks that may just improve your performance. It’s very pop-culture, holes are themed with things like the Simpsons, Game of Thrones and Luna Park; Brioche says it’s a good night out. http://holeymoley.com.au/
KEEPING IT IN THE FAMILY
Scorchy checked out the new CBD outpost of St Kilda favourite ‘Uncle’. On entry there’s an assault on the senses with a colourful staircase and the aroma of fresh Vietnamese flavours. Some of Scorcher’s favourite dishes were the Beef Tongue and Cheek wrapped in Bean Curd; Burrata, tomatoes and pickled papaya; and Zucchini Flower Steamed Rice Rolls. http://www.unclerestaurants.com.au/
HAPPY BEER DAY
Good Beer Week on the way of course, and one Melbourne venue putting on a special event is The Arbory, right on the banks of the Yarra. On Sunday 14th May Executive Chef Nick Bennett will team up with Matt Stone, Troy Wheeler and Renee Trudeau to deliver ‘Good Beer Kitchen’ where each chef will be allocated a brewer to then create a dish using beer as the special ingredient. Each dish created will be served with the beer that’s been used as the special ingredient, highlighting the characteristics of each product. Tickets are only $80 for the lunch which is inclusive of 4 specially curated courses and a beer from each brewery.
St Kilda standard Uncle has opened up in the city.