The House Of Food & Wine, Melbourne Food & Wine Festival 2017 Hub

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MELBOURNE | The House of Food & Wine is the hub of this year’s Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, and for the 10 days of the festival, the space, which you might know as 1000 £ Bend, has been transformed into a lounge x gallery x bar x dining x events space, unrecognisable from its usual state. The House of Food & Wine is open from midday each day and offers guests sit-down dinners, parties, and tasting sessions.

Chef Morgan McGlone (Belle’s Hot Chicken) is in charge of the concise food menu, which features dishes inspired by chefs who have run Melbourne Food & Wine Festival MasterClasses in recent years. We tried the Venison scotch egg, inspired by Brett Graham’s Harwood Arms Michelin Starred pub creation, and the Barramundi ceviche with snow peas, and lemongrass, inspired by Alex Atala (D.O.M, São Paulo). Both were delicious.

On the drinks side, an assortment of Victorian wines has been curated by sommelier Mark Protheroe (The Recreation), including two of Patrick Sullivan’s low-intervention wines, crafted especially for this year’s festival. Hawkers Pale Ale is available for beer drinkers, and an assortment of spirits is also on offer. While enjoying a drink, make sure you check out the upstairs gallery, which features artwork by designer-illustrator Anna Vu of “Good Food Crap Drawing”, who will be creating an artwork each day inspired by the dishes she’s eaten.

The House Of Food & Wine

When: 31 March – 9 April 2017, 12:00pm to late
Cost: Free entry
Where: 331 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

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