Shared Dining Experiences Are All The Rage In Adelaide

With South Australians dining out more and more, we’re also turning to shared dining, family-style.

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Lots of Adelaideans like eating out – who would’ve known!? There has been some research into the area which has discovered dining out is on a continual increase as well as some serious growth in significant family and social moments taking place out of the home. Come to think of it…this is so true! Birthday plans nowadays usually mean “let’s go out and order a grazing platter” – usually with a glass of wine to match!

So with South Australians stepping into dining establishments on the reg, this means those beautiful dining table moments are being left out! Which is why restaurants are popping up with some amazing dining experiences to fill the void.

General Manager of Food and Beverage at Adelaide Casino, Todd Roydhouse said, “shared experiences are not only an on-trend style of dining, but also an important part of the experience provided by restaurants today.”

“There definitely seems to be an emphasis on shared dining at the moment. Not just group bookings, but people genuinely wanting to have a collective and intimate experience,” says Roydhouse.

The two flagship dining outlets of Adelaide Casino have recently launched a new range of sharing experiences, designed to give families and groups memorable dining experiences over which to reconnect, celebrate or just enjoy the company of one another.

The award-winning restaurants, Sean’s Kitchen and Madame Hanoi, are now providing curated sharing menus with carefully-chosen beverage packages, specifically designed to encourage intimacy and connection.

The most decadent of which is the Sean’s Kitchen Chef’s Kitchen Table, seeing up to six guests hosted in the heart of the action for four courses of food and wine indulgence at the New York-inspired eatery.

Both restaurants are also offering VIP sharing experiences–long lunches or dinners with signature dishes from acclaimed chefs Sean Connolly (Sean’s Kitchen) or Nic Watt (Madame Hanoi)–or ‘platter’ experiences, for a communal grazing affair.

The experiences will be offered throughout the festive season. Bookings can be made via [email protected] or through the website.

If you haven’t given either of these places, take it from us it is well worth the try. And a share experience is the perfect start.

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