[Sponsored] This Sydney institution is serving you drag queen realness with a side of dinner
Get ready to gear up for Sydney's most flamboyant and fabulous dinner show, Priscilla's Drag'n'Dine. Taking place in the recently refurbished Imperial's restaurant (aptly named Priscilla's) the evening turns the spotlight onto some of Sydney's top drag and LGBTIQI+ performers only to be matched by a plant-focused, forward-thinking dinner menu.
You can go totally meat-free and order up crabless crab cakes (made with pulled tender jackfruit, palm hearts and spices) or cauliflower and broccoli hot 'wings’ with chipotle mayo, ranch and celery. Guests can also get around the specialty Ceviche Bar, which includes coconut meat ceviche with coconut curry, radish, pickles and blue corn chips; and kingfish tostadas with cucumber, pickled turnips and roasted jalapeno oil. You can also get around whole grilled achiote chicken with tomatillo salsa, herbs and pickles; seafood laden paella; slow roasted pork with peach chutney; and roasted snapper with fennel and salsa verde.
While there's a whole lotta action on your plate, the stage (or bar top) will also be the life of the party. Whip smart and hilarious resident queens include the likes of Farren Heit, Krystal Kleer, Felicity Frockaccino, YazQween, Ruby Slippers and April Fools, plus there are regular special guest queens. If all that's not enough, once you've wrapped dinner you can keep the party going in the basement bar, which is home to some of Sydney’s best queer parties.