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Champagne weekends

Saturdays and Sundays are made for Champagne at Black Bar and Grill

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Black Bar and Grill is serving up a new autumnal long lunch menu showcasing fresh produce and Champagne. You can enjoy three courses accompanied by free flowing NV Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut for $135, or with NV Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé for $150. 

Kick things off with freshly shucked oysters with caramelised red wine vinegar dressing; prawns with avocado, zesty mango, coconut and roasted chilli dressing; beef tartare with heirloom beets, herb mayonnaise and mustard ice cream; or ox heart tomatoes with buffalo mozzarella, Wagyu bresaola, greens, a rye crumb and white balsamic dressing.

The main event is all about hearty meals – think handmade semolina gnocchi; a lamb rack with smoked eggplant puree, tomato chutney and salt bush; or snapper with salsa verde and fennel salad.

Feel like a steak? Black Bar Grill know how to cook one up, and you can choose from a grass fed Angus fillet, a 30 day dry aged rib eye or a 450 day grain fed Wagyu striploin, all of which come with cauliflower, pearl onion salad and a herb gremolata. 

Finish on a sweet note with homemade sorbets or a warm chocolate ganache; or try a cheese platter. And if all that and free flowing Champagne isn't enough, don't forget that Black Bar and Grill also has some excellent views of the harbour.

Find out more about Black Bar and Grill's Champagne Weekend.

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