A pop-up feast is coming to Sydney this Friday to the delight of grumbling bellies everywhere. Coined the Tel Aviv Issue, which means all of the Israeli deliciousness you can handle.
It’s all happening at Darlo Country Club as part of their brank spankin’ new Dine and Dance series, where themed cocktails, décor and entertainment match the chosen cuisine—win.
Back to this week and that Israeli food we mentioned earlier. Two young Israeli Chefs, Jude Cohen and Tal Buchnik, have designed a modern Mediterranean menu, which will see you feasting on a mix of share plates and more substantial dishes. Menu highlights include the Bedouin’s lamb shoulder, a slow cooked lamb shoulder, with dried fruits and cinnamon on a bed of rice and nuts, as well as the Port Jaffa capriccio, a snapper carpaccio, with tomato seeds, yoghurt, marjoram puffed burgul and dukkah. We told you, all of the deliciousness.
It’s fairly safe to assume that you’ll leaved with a full belly and pants that are far tighter than when you walked in, but that’s more than okay by us.
What: Tel Aviv Issue
When: Friday 10 March
Where: Darlo Country Club
Cost: $65 pp
Head here to book your spot.
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Image credit: Darlo Country Club