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FEAST: This Week In Food, July 15

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I GOT TRUFFLES OF MY OWN: Now an annual event, Danny Pasta will hold his 3rd annual Truffle Dinner on Saturday August 5th at the unique Mission to Seafarer’s domed event space ‘Norla Dome’.

He’s teamed up with Regina Vino, for some award-winning wines to match with each expertly-crafted dish – you’ll get canapes and four courses with matching drinks and plenty of truffle for $165 per person.

More info HERE

I DUMPLING DO: Melburnians do love their dumplings, and Oriental Teahouse is happy to oblige – they’re running a Dumpling Degustation event on Thursday 27 July.

They’ll be serving up 25 different dumplings – think wild mushrooms and lobster, black bean Angus beef or green curry lamb dumplings, as well as some of the classics.

It’s $80 for the dumpling degustation and $120 inclusive with a drink pairing, more info at

LIKE GETTING NECTAR OUT OF A STONE: Social media darling Nectar and Stone is back for a second consecutive year in the form of a high tea pop up at Aria Bar and Lounge at The Langham, from Monday 24 July until Friday 4 August.

For that fortnight, N&S’s 393,000 Instagram followers can feast on Caroline Khoo’s pretty and pink edible art – like pink ombre cupcakes lemonade macarons or popcorn chocolate with Murray River pink salt flakes.

More info:

WINTER BY THE RIVER: Don’t write off outdoor venues in Winter, sometimes they are some of the best places to be. At Arbory Bar and Eatery, which sits between Flinders St and the Yarra River, you’ll sit outside, but there are gas heaters, fire bins, merino wool blankets, and for the month of July you can enjoy the Arbory Road Collection – featuring rotating beef dish and glass of Barossa red for just $25. Think braised beef cheek, with potato Dauphinoise, beer pickled onion and leek, matched with a glass of Palmetto Shiraz.

For more info:

Ross and Kate