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Caterer: Middlebrook Estate.
Original Winemakers Breakfast.
A selection of local bacon, continental
sausage, black pudding, bean cassoulet,
grilled tomato, sautéed mushrooms &
potatoes, free range eggs (scrambled or
poached) & a warm Al Forno bread roll
served with a complimentary glass of
sparkling or orange juice ($15).
Feature dish: Winter vegetable risotto
topped with grilled red snapper & drizzled
wi th basil infused olive oil ($15).
Also available: Middlebrook Estate
Antipasto Trilogy Hamper; A wonderful
selection of meats, vegetables, cheese
& house made delicacies proudly
constructed using the finest hand selected
ingredients to produce this antipasto
experience that Middlebrook is renowned
for and you could only experience in our
restaurant, all packaged in a beautiful
hamper box ready for you to take away ($30).
Vegetarian option: Breakfast & Seafood
Dish available as vegetarian (both $10).
Desser t: Raspberry & Pine Nut tart served
wi th housemade vanilla icecream ($5).
Wine: Middlebrook Estate “Contessa”
Sunday entertainment: Russell Morris
Live - with 5 Top 10 singles in the 70’s,
Russell Morris is one of Australia’s premier
singer song writers.
Oliver’s Taranga Vineyards
Caterer: Chef Todd Steele.
Feature dish: Swell Beer battered flathead,
hand-cut chips with tartare sauce &
lemon wedges ($15).
Also available: Wagyu beef Burgers ($15)
OR Wood oven braised Fleurieu lamb
shank, Cabernet Sauvignon glaze & herb
mash ($20) OR Cone of chips ($5).
Vegetarian option: Chickpea, spinach &
vegetable curry with mint raita ($15).
Dessert: Chocolate croissant bread &
butter pudding with vanilla anglaise &
Willunga almond praline ($10).
Wine: 2011 Small Batch Vermentino OR
2009 Small Batch Cabernet Sauvignon.
Sunday entertainment: Swap Sides -
funky acoustic duo to get you up
Master Chef ’s Marion Grasby –
Cooking demo and book signing
12.30pm & 3. 00pm.
Caterer: H.Q . Cuisine.
Feature dish: H .Q. Souper Bowl – Roast
pumpkin, saffron & snapper ($10).
Also available: The Lamb burger – 200gm
pure Suffolk lamb pattie, hummus, greens,
tomato, our kasundi relish & herb mayo on
a toasted damper bun ($13). H .Q . dips.
Vegetarian option: H .Q . Vegelicious
burger- as above but with a chickpea,
zucchini & sweet corn fritter ($13).
Dessert: Top Deck Brownie – Warm white
chocolate & almond brownie, hills berry
coulis & Alexandrina Cream ($8).
Wine: Cabernet Sav. 2008.
Sunday entertainment: Silver Hair playing
hits of the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s.
Caterer: The Victory Hotel.
Breakfast dish: Ellis smoked bacon & egg
in sour dough with house-made tomato &
chilli relish ($10).
Feature dish: Coopers battered Kangaroo
Island King George Whiting, crisp chips,
lemon & homemade tartare sauce ($15).
Also available: Coorong Angus Beef
Ragout with porcini mushrooms &
parmesan gnocchi ($15).
Vegetarian option: Madras style
cauliflower & chick pea curry with pilaf rice
& saffron raita ($14).
Desser t: Sticky date pudding with
butterscotch sauce ($10).
Wine: 2011 Shiraz Rose.
Sunday entertainment: Etypejazz – a great
mix of soulfully smooth compositions,
big bluesy numbers plus arrangements of
contemporary popular songs. Alternating
throughout the day with Suzi & Johnni–
who will be playing all your favourites.
Caterer: Serafino Restaurant.
Feature dish: Baked Barramundi with
grilled asparagus, spicy tomato relish,
olive oil and sticky balsamic ($18).
Also available: Serafino Antipasto –
Prosciutto, Veneto salami, Bocconcini,
Sundried Tomatoes, Olives, Provolone mild
and marinated vegetables – ser ved with
a Ciabatta roll (Vegetarian option also
Dessert: Serafino Hazel nut cake with
whipped cream and hot chocolate sauce ($8).
Wine: Serafino Semillon Sauvignon Blanc,
Serafino Chardonnay & Serafino Shiraz.
Sunday entertainment: Live Band –
‘ NO 2 WAYS’ 11.30am to 5pm. Take
a step into the classic swing tunes,
with huge emphasis on the legends
of Motown...a few more modern
songs thrown in for good measure.
Pop songs from Madonna, Rob Thomas
and Robbie Williams.
Wirra Wirra Vineyards
Caterer: Two Brothers Catering.
Feature dish: Cassoulet of confit duck leg
& pork, sausage & white bean ($17).
Also available: Thai peanut crusted
chicken, jasmine rice, cherry tomato and
shallot salsa ($17).
Vegetarian option: Italian winter vegetable
soup, Rubric Olive Oil, parmesan ($9).
Dessert: Spiced pear and date pudding,
caramel sauce, vanilla cream ($9).
Wine: 2010 Church Block.
Sunday entertainment: Velvet.
NO BYO ALCOHOL OR FOOD.
RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL.
In compliance with laws for responsible
service of alcohol, wine will not be served
to intoxicated guests. Drunk or disorderly
patrons will not be permitted entry to
venues or remain on premises.
Experience Sunday 10th June 2012
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