Feb 3 2018
6pm - 10pm

Summer Twilight Dinner - Celebrating the Wild Foods of the South East Qld Region

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- Support sustainable local fare - sample produce from small farms and producers in the region - mingle with friends and locals - meet and listen to the stories of your local producers - all with the back drop of local jazz musicians

- Come and enjoy the summer twilight evenings, mingle with friends and locals and enjoy our amazing meals showcasing the best of local organic and/or sustainable producers from our beautiful region.

- Meals are designed as share plates and share platters and will be served to you as a series of 6 delicious mini courses through the evening.

- We have long large tables and your group will be seated alongside other diners on the same table.

- This menu celebrates all the amazing wild foods the south East Qld is abundant with .. It will be a great night to bring a along your international visitors.

- The wild foods theme for the February Twilight Dinners is also recognising the role sourcing wild foods can play in supporting Indigenous owned businesses and reducing our carbon and farming footprint.

Menu for February 3rd

Local fresh Oysters direct from Moreton Bay with finger lime salsa

Salt and pepper crickets .. yes crickets!

Grazing boards of rosemary and salt damper, Bush tomato relish, local smoked goats cheese, local organic olives and lemon myrtle dukkah

Warrigal greens, mango and bunya nut salad

Wild Stuffed Zuchinni

Thinly sliced kangaroo fillet with native rie berry jus

Barramundi baked in lemon myrtle leaves and macadamia mash

Sweet potato and yam pie with native mint

Macadamia and wattleseed icecream served with native rasberries

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Our Musician for the night is Dorian Dowse

Submersed in music all his life, D. Dowse was propelled into a smooth jazz love affair following a Billy Holiday album purchase. His band roles over the years includes Living With Cyclones (guitar/ vocals), Blue Electric (front of house), She (synths/ drum machines), Hodzelmusic (synths) and Ebony (bass).