Inner west Sunday sessions are in full swing after the launch last weekend of ReccoLab’s L’ Aperitivo Italiano Sunset Sessions. It’s bitter and twisted with the unveiling of their Aperitivi cocktail menu, designed in collaboration with Campari Australia.
As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, The Ternary Restaurant on Darling Harbour is now offering a trio of hearty winter warmer dishes to be enjoyed against the spectacular backdrop of the iconic Sydney Harbour.
The first offering is perfect for sharing with a friend, partner or colleague; a cheese board and bottle of red. The board is adorned with a selection of local and imported cheeses, including a variety from France that sit alongside quince paste and walnut bread. This is paired with a beautiful bottle of the McWilliam’s 480 2015 Shiraz Wine for just $49. McWilliam’s 480 wines are grown at an altitude of 480 metres to develop deep flavour and tannins whilst the cooler temperatures at higher altitudes promote freshness and aroma, which match perfectly with the richness of the cheeses.
The Ternary Bar & Restaurant
(Novotel Darling Harbour)
100 Murray Street, Pyrmong NSW 2009
They’ve mastered the art of Peking Duck using non-smoky open ovens fueled with dates, peach and pear to subtlely flavor their poultry. It’s history steeped into the Qing dynasty with its inception in 1864. An international chain used as the benchmark for many dignatory and celebrity events, they serve more than 2 million ducks, cooked in over 400 styles feeding more than 5 million customers each year and now we can add Sydney to that list of very lucky diners!!!
Quanjude in World Square: meaning – Quan ‘perfection, without flaw’, Ju ‘gathering’ and De ‘supreme’. A union of perfection in benevolence.
The Long Stout tea ceremony performance is a way of brewing tea and an art in itself. A focus on the spirit, the ideology behind it being – how to become a better moral-person. This can be a reached consciousness in movement, focusing oneself only on the brewing of tea. The real essence of this is to become aware of the ‘cha qi’ (tea energy), so that tea is experienced beyond just taste, aroma, and appearance, and also how it affects one’s body and mind.
It’s one of the entertainment highlights together with the ‘Changing Faces’ dance which has its roots in Sichuan Opera, raising @quanjudesydney to a whole new level within the stable of destination dining options in #sydney
Shop 10.41, 644 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Ph: +61 2 9267 7288
NEW AT BLUE MOUNTAINS BOTANIC GARDENS:
Destination dining at The Potager Mount Tomah with a menu curation by Head Chef Alex and Head Chef Justin. Complementing the breathtaking scenery of the The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah, they’ve refined old classics into an integrated Modern Australian breakfast or lunch. Available Wednesday to Sunday, it’s fully licensed has an extensive kids menu and vegan/gluten free options!