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.