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Book in for Stoked Lunch

The beachfront diner just upped its lunch game

Stokehouse dining room
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Stokehouse St Kilda has just launched a fresh new lunch menu that's all about dishing out a snapshot of the restaurant's best seasonal plates. Head chef Ollie Hansford will devise a new menu regularly, from which you can choose an entree and a main. For example, you might get to enjoy a wild mushroom-and-hazelnut risotto with shallots; crisp salted cod brandade with Port Lincoln mussel escabeche; slow-cooked smoked Robbins Island beef brisket with a fresh Warrigal green puree and baby turnips; or grilled Cone Bay barramundi tail with salsa verde and celery. 

Each two-course lunch is based around the best Victorian produce available, and it is only available for a limited time. The menu is a snapshot of the full menu, and it is available for $40. 

If you want to make it into a long lunch, you can peruse Stokehouse's wine list of over 500 wines different drops, curated by sommelier Gavin Cremming. You can also add a dessert made by group pastry chef Lauren Eldridge. And of course, the sweetest thing of all might just be the dining room's stunning views of the ocean.

Stoked Lunch is available Monday to Thursday for $40 at Stokehouse. 

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