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Table: nel. Restaurant

In the spirit of innovation, we are breaking all the rules and stepping out of our comfort zone (literally) and into a subterranean bunker for an inspiring culinary experience at Surry Hill’s own nel. restaurant. Chef Nelly and his team create unique dishes using the season’s finest ingredients, adding a twist to produce consumers are often not familiar with. Nelly and his team want you to have fun as you interact with the chefs during your five-course luncheon, this month featuring wild caught Barramundi from QLD with saffron gel, fungi mushroom, ginger and caviar. The main course will be lamb, dry aged for 7 days, served with borlotti beans, broad beans, baby eggplant and artichoke, and for dessert, a bee pollen dessert with lavender, lemonade fruit and honey mead. Join us for an unforgettable degustation experience!

When: Friday, October 6, 12:30pm at nel. Join us at 12:20pm in Reservoir and Paramount lobbies to walk over together, or meet us there at 12:30pm!

Where: 75 Wentworth Avenue, Surry Hills

Special instructions: nel. asks its customer to dress “smart casual,” and honor the time reservation. We also want to honor your time away from the office, so please meet promptly at 12:20pm.

Dietary restrictions: As the 5-course menu is pre-set, please let us know if you have dietary restrictions in your RSVP so nel.’s teams can accommodate.

Cost: $55. TOS will provide a glass of wine with your lunch.

RSVP with us: via email here by 5pm Tuesday, October 3rd Learn more about this innovative chef with our Profile interview on Nelly Robinson. Want more? Stay in touch and subscribe to our monthly newsletter here.

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