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"The Noma Australia menu will cost AUD$485 per person (plus 1.65% CC fee). We will also offer an all-Australian beverage pairing or non-alcoholic pairing, as well as a short wine list.
Details on Noma Australia Reservations:
- Noma Australia will only run for ten weeks offering a menu of Australian produce, served only during this residency
Cost of menu is required to be paid in full at time of booking
Drinks will simply be offered at lunch and dinner, and do not need to be prepaid
Reservations are non-refundable
Reservations are transferable only where guests are no longer able to attend, and must be registered online with the Noma Australia team
Reservations can only be made for one table at a time
Full terms and conditions will need to be agreed to upon confirming a reservation
Sign-up to the waiting list if you’re unable to get your desired reservation. From our experience in Copenhagen, sometimes diners can’t make their reservation and we often call on people who have registered their details on our wait list.
Please note that we will be closed on 25 March (Good Friday) for both lunch and dinner.
The last service at Noma Australia, dinner on Saturday 2 April, won’t be available for reservations at the moment. We are working on something special and will be releasing details very soon."
Pilu at Akuna Bay is now taking reservations for Sunday lunch from 3rd January 2016.
'Pranzo della Domenica' - A Sharing Feast will begin on Sunday 3rd January. Giovanni Pilu and Matteo Zamboni have created a perfect menu for a long, leisurely lunch to be shared with family and friends, just like their families do in Italy.
Be seduced by the simplicity and honesty of authentic Italian flavours whilst enjoying the tranquility of the surrounding Ku-ring-gai National Park. Enjoy an apertivo whilst gazing over the marina of Akuna Bay, followed by a glass of wine from a list which is concise and includes Italian and NSW Italian varietals and a selection of summer cocktails and non-alcoholic jugs to share.
Cost is $65 for an antipastino and three shared courses, $25 for children under 12 years.
Please click HERE to see the sample menu and make your reservation.
Liberator General San Martin Drive,
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
Terrey Hills NSW 2084
Zeko Mediterranean Cuisine is a family owned restaurant located in the Seven Hills area, corner of Best Road and Mackenzie Boulevard Seven Hills, Seven Hills NSW.
The good range of prices and menu items. Entrée & salads $14-$17, mains $17-$25. They accept EFTPOS and credit cards and offer a takeaway service. There are plans to get a liquor licence in the future.
See their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ZekoMediterraneanCuisine
Trading hours are:
monday & tuesday - closed
Wednesday - Friday: 5pm - 9:30pm
Breakfast: 7am - 11am
Lunch: 12pm - 3pm
Dinner: 5pm - 9:30pm
Lunch 12pm - 3pm
DOCTOR Who fans — Whovians to those in the know — are an obsessive bunch. So it’s hardly surprising that a huge industry has sprung up to exploit their love for all things Tardis related. From clothing to jigsaw puzzles to books to homewares ... even restaurants are feeding their fever.
Here are seven Doctor Who themed bars/restaurants/cafes around the world for Whovians who love to travel (even if it’s — sadly — not in a time machine)
5. Tardis Cafe — Glasgow, Scotland
One of the New York's hottest new restaurants has neither Michelin stars nor menus, but it’s already fully booked until Christmas — when the eatery’s owner and chef, Jonah Reider, will close up for his semester break from college.
“I didn’t expect it to be so popular,” says Reider, 21, a Columbia University senior who opened a New American restaurant called Pith in his dorm room two weeks ago.
Four nights a week, he serves four diners a five- to eight-course dinner prepared in the common kitchen in his suite at Hogan Hall. Reservations, which he takes via Yelp, are open to both students and “randos” — of which he’s had a few. The dining room is the communal space he shares with three roommates, and the decor is classic dorm-minimalism — unframed art, old pizza boxes and halogen lamps.
“My roommates are chill with it,” says Reider, who studies economics. (New York Post)
"Come to my apartment for an inventive but relaxed meal. Meals are prix fixe however dietary restrictions will be accommodated.
Make reservations for any Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday night. There will be a maximum of four people accepted for each seating. Making reservations as a group of three or four is strongly suggested.
The cost of dinner varies from night to night, but will generally be $10 to $20 per person. Contributing to cost may be an excellent appetizer board of cheeses, olives, and house made pickles. This is a supper club, not a restaurant, so the cost is directly related to the cost of ingredients."
For more information foodinmymouth.com