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Celebrate Orthodox Easter with a Greek feast by Stokehouse

Stokehouse and Fish by Moonlite are teaming up to bring you a feast like no other

Written by
Rushani Epa

Celebrate Orthodox Easter with two seafood kingpins at Stokehouse on May 2. 

If you’ve taken a trip down to Anglesea recently you might have heard of Fish by Moonlite, the luxe fish and chippery taking the town by storm. 

Now acclaimed beachside restaurant's Stokehouse’s executive chef Jason Staudt is teaming up with owner and chef Matt Germanchis (Fish by Moonlite, Captain Moonlite) and putting on a one-off Greek-inspired feast at Stokehouse.

Guests can expect to sample generous share plates featuring the likes of cod head dolmades, raw Abrolhos island scallops with bottarga and orange, and charred Aquna Murray cod with avgolemono (Greek lemon soup) and rice. 

For mains, the duo will slow cook a lamb forequarter rack over the embers, and serve it with Roman beans and tomato, Andean potatoes with oregano brûlée, and village salad with housemade feta. 

Stokehouse Precinct’s new group pastry chef Ash Smith will also dish up a special dessert for the evening; his take on the classic dyed red egg which is enjoyed during Orthodox Easter. 

Tickets for the event are priced at $130 per head, with group bookings of eight or more people only and tickets can be reserved here. Stokehouse x Fish by Moonlite’s Greek Feast will take place at 6pm, Sunday May 2 at Stokehouse Precinct, 30 Jacka Blvd, St Kilda.

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