Burma Lane's Best

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Burma Lane dish
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The Little Collins Street restaurant is hosting a birthday banquet

[Sponsored content] Burma Lane will be marking four fabulous years of cooking, sharing, dining and celebrating with a shareable banquet feast that highlights some of the restaurant's best dishes. Rather than focusing solely on South East Asian cuisine, Burma Lane is all about slicing, spicing and dicing local produce, while embracing Melbourne's multicultural background. 

Executive chef John McLeay has devised a colourful menu, starring his favourite dishes from across the years. Starters include beef tartare with kohlrabi cream and quail egg, served on paratha flatbread; and Burmese tofu with a peanut, tomato, radish and herb salad. To freshen things up before your mains, you'll be served two salads: a spiced prawn, smoked eggplant, peanut and coriander number; and a tea leaf salad with shredded cabbage, crispy beans, tomato and toasted sesame. The main event will showcase a rich chicken aloo curry with potato, tomato, spices, lemongrass and coriander; and slow-cooked lamb served with green pea and tomato biriyani rice. Finally, you'll finish the evening with lemongrass cheesecake served with grilled pineapple, almond crumble and coconut meringue. 

The full feast will only cost $69, or you can enjoy it with matching wines for $99.  

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