Variety Lunch in Spring This Spring

Variety_Tracy-Katie featureVariety on King William, one of the hottest fashion tickets in town, has today released its anticipated fashion inspired four-course menu, designed exclusively by some of King William Road’s best restaurants.

Colin & Co, Faraja, Parisi’s, The Pot, Mulot’s Patisserie and By Blackbird are coming out from their kitchens and onto the road to present a menu oozing spring flavours. Expect to eat figs and prosciutto through to oysters and wasabi in this menu that draws on restaurant specialties and crowd pleasers from across the globe.

John Karran, Chairman of the King William Road Traders Association said it really was a credit to the chefs and restaurant owners who have come together to present this menu for the fashion conscious crowd.

“Our restaurants have worked collaboratively on this menu over the past four months, making sure the flavours and dishes complement each other to create a taste sensation for our guests who will enjoy a fine dining experience with all the trimmings,” he said.

To complement the food, every course has been matched with beautiful Tomich, Wicks Estate and Serafino wines.

“We are lucky to have Tomich Wine’s cellar door right here on King William Road. Tomich and our friends from Serafino and Wicks have been incredibly generous donating all wine for this event so that we can raise money for Variety,” he said.

Events like this couldn’t happen without the princely support of some other generous Adelaide businesses. Principal partners include: The City of Unley, Thoroughbred Racing SA, Australian Motors Peugeot, Fotobase Atmosphere Events, Antony Snape Photography and Renniks Hire to name a few!

Variety on King William is set for 11.45am – 3.30pm, Friday, 18 October 2013. Tickets are selling fast. $130pp or $1300 for a table of 10 and can be purchased online – Net proceeds will go to Variety SA – The Children’s Charity.

Variety on King William supports the local fashion industry, as such has partnered with The Adelaide Fashion Festival, hosted by the City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters and The Parade, Norwood. It also joins other great events on the road’s festive calendar such as the Unley Gourmet Gala and the Tour Down Under. Stay tuned for more as Spring Pops Up on King William when you will see the road literally bloom with decorations, events and special happenings. Connect with us:


Don’t forget, that if you can’t make the “Variety Lunch”, you can still see all the highlights including the fashion show, whilst enjoying a coffee or lunch at one of the road’s many cafes and restaurants* or join us at Parisi’s, Stumps or Faraja who will each be hosting an official after party. Visit one or all three – they will all have their own cool vibe. *Please note that only a small section of the Road is closed to traffic, the footpaths are open to all and the shops will be open as normal.

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