Fleurieu Brings Its Best To The Seaside

Fabulous foods of the Fleurieu will be celebrated in the simply stunning seaside location of Victor Harbor at the first ever Long Tables By The Sea luncheon this March.

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Fabulous foods of the Fleurieu will be celebrated in the simply stunning seaside location of Victor Harbor at the first ever Long Tables By The Sea luncheon on Sunday, March 10.

Long Tables By The Sea brings together the very best of Victor Harbor with fine food, great entertainment and five fabulous chefs bringing the feasts to the table in the heart of this stunning seaside setting.

Mouth watering two course menus from the five participating venues have been revealed, bringing the very best from the sea and land of the diverse, high-end food bowl that is the Fleurieu Peninsula.

Vibrant Mexican cuisine venue Loco will deliver an entree of Loco whole corn cob, Hindmarsh Valley goat’s curd and chorizo soil; followed by mains of house smoked Najobe beef cheek, green mojo, archoite and baby root vegetables.

Nino’s, as expected, brings together the loves of Italian and Australian dining in its menu with Australian lobster ravioli for entree and a special Fleurieu Calamari Ripieni featuring suffed local baby squid, Goolwa Pipis and Coriole Olives.

A regional tasing plate of South Coast pork terrine, Fleurieu beef, Coorong hot smoked mullet, regional cured meats, Alexandrina Blue Cheese and Willunga walnut quenelle is the flagship meal being served on the Hotel Victor’s Long Table by the Sea.

This will be followed by a dessert of Pampelle berries and meringue with custard, whipped cream and a seasonal berry coulis.

The Grosvenor  Hotel starts its feast with Escabeche of Coorong fish, Goolwa pipis and toasted ciabatta, followed with locally sourced braised lamb, fennel skordalia and a pickled beetroot salad.

At The Crown, looking across to the sea and Granite Island, they could not go past a banquet of the finest hot and cold seafood the State, and further afield, has to offer for diners to peruse and pick from followed by a chance to graze on a setting of South Australian charcuterie, cheeses, fresh fruits, breads, preserves and marinated vegetables.

But it is not just the food that’s set to excite at the Long Tables by the Sea luncheon, with fabulous entertainment featuring nationally renowned, award winning blues band Lazy Eye, local legend Billy February and Lily and the Drum, a blues, roots, rock and soul duo.

Tickets at $99 plus a small booking fee – includes two drinks and entertainment from 12 noon to 4 pm are available at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/long-table-lunch-by-the-sea-sunday-march-10th-2019-tickets-53718062170

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