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This Week In Food – July 22

Kate Stevenson / A Moveable Feast

FANCY TRUFFLES: Rockpool Bar and Grill are going to showcase exquisite Australian truffles and an exclusive seven-course menu designed by Head Chef Zac Nicholson on Saturday, 29 July.

It’ll feature fine, fresh black truffles from Manjimup, WA, and some of the world’s great wine styles to go with them.

Ingredients that will get the truffle treatment include Port Phillip Bay Scallops, Greenlip Abalone; and fresh Lobster.

The price tag matches the expectations, at $400 a head, it’s bound to be an indulgent night! To book, call Rockpool Bar & Grill – 03 8648 1900


ON THE DOWN-LOW: Those in the know are award that Peter Gunn has been running his “Sample Tables” on the down-low at IDES for a while now.

Just two tables per week were able to enjoy a $65 menu showcasing 4-courses of new, yet to be released dishes.

Well, stand by, because we’re all invited. The Sample Table concept will now be available for everyone who dines at IDES on a Thursday night until the end of winter.

Bookings are essential and the Sample Menu is pre-paid.


YOU’VE COME A LONG WAY – Well, not so long – from Queenscliff to Geelong, former Vue Grand chef Jesse Hughes is opening his new restaurant, Alma, in Geelong this Friday.

Expect contemporary Australian with the flavours of South America, with plenty of local produce, wines, and beers.

Kate Stevenson / A Moveable Feast