The Good Food Society is teaming up with Treasury 1860 and Islander Estate Wines to deliver a four course degustation highlighting two of South Australia’s iconic destinations.
These three influential SA businesses have united for this exclusive event to prove that, in the culinary world, sustainability is far more than just a buzz word – it’s an opportunity.
Aptly titled the ‘Treasure Island Dinner’, this evening will be a true showcase of local produce gems sourced from Kangaroo Island and the Fleurieu Peninsula, two major forces for sustainability and minimising waste in SA.
Treasury 1860’s distinguished chef Nick Filsell is on board to provide guests with four unique courses, each incorporating a treasure trove of locally sourced ingredients that will truly delight the tastebuds.
Nick has been working diligently with local suppliers to develop a menu showcasing the gourmet quality of SA produce, whilst also emphasising the importance of reducing waste and prioritising the environment from a culinary perspective.
Islander’s Wine Curator Kate Giles will join forces with Nick throughout the night, providing wine pairings for each course.
Islander Estate Vineyards are also a champion of sustainability in their own right, always demonstrating a high regard for their native ecosystem’s care throughout the production of their world-renowned wines.
With only 30 seats available, this dinner is set to be a highly exclusive affair that just can’t be missed.
The Good Food Society Treasure Island Dinner will take place at Treasury 1860 on Friday October 4 from 7:00pm. Tickets are $120 per person.
To book your spot, click here.