How much? $100
Pick-up or delivery? Collect from the venue between 3-8pm Wed and Fri
How to order? Call 02 9326 9745 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Potts Point wine bar is putting together hampers plied with provisions. What’s included each week depends on supply, but you can expect local vegetables, a loaf of bread, housemade pasta from CBD sister restaurant, Ragazzi, and other staples like rice, cured meats, cheese, tinned tomatoes, farm eggs and a roll or two of toilet paper. Just try not to blow the rest of your savings on a bottle of from the extensive natural wine list when you pop by.
There’s a reason dining out in our fair city is so damn good. Yes, a lot of it has to do with dynamite talent in the kitchen, but in the words of Neil Perry: “The cornerstone of good cooking is to source the finest produce.”
More often than not, chefs have access to remarkably fresh, hyper-seasonal vegetables and fruits, in addition to just-caught fish and livestock that have been raised with a great deal of care – and these are things you just don’t find roaming the aisles of the big retailers.
We’re all spending a lot more time at home these days, but that doesn’t mean we should be sacrificing quality when it comes to what lands on the dinner table. In fact, there’s never been a better time to get creative on the pots and pans while supporting your locals at the same time. Some of our favourite places to get watered and fed are doing their part to ensure the livelihood of their suppliers by supplying us with the highest quality ingredients. These are the best of the bunch.
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