Celebrate Christmas in July at Pure South Kitchen.
If your Christmas is anything like mine, it involves copious amounts of good food, a few (or many) tipples and of course, quality time with your nearest and dearest. And while dreaming of a white Christmas might be a bit of a stretch, living in the Southern Hemisphere doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a Christmas in the cooler months. This month you can get into the Christmas spirit with a special feast with Stella Artois and Pure South Kitchen for Christmas in July.
Pure South Kitchen have partnered with Stella Artios to offer a special shared Christmas inspired menu for just $50 per person (for bookings of 8 or more). With three courses and a complimentary Stella Artios Belgian brew on arrival, ’tis the season to be jolly.
To start, tuck into fresh Tassie lobster and chilli dumplings in a flavoursome mushroom broth will have you and your dining companions vying for the last delicious morsel.
Enjoy fresh citrus-cured Huon ocean trout, crème fraiche, wakame and puffed rice, which makes for a delightful combination of flavours and textures.
The Robbins Island wagyu pastrami served with kimchi pancakes, apple and coriander allows you to construct your own dish just the way you like it that’ll satisfy your tastebuds. Though it’s tempting, don’t be over zealous with the delectable pastrami. After all, no one wants to be on Santa’s naughty list!
No Christmas feast would be complete without a Pure South Christmas ham and a crispy roast Tasmanian Scottsdale pork. But don’t fill up on the meat – save some room for the sides which include tasty braised red cabbage, roasted kipfler potato and chestnuts.
And while at this point you’ll be bursting at the seams and giving Santa’s girth a run for its money, make some room for dessert. The finale is of course, a Christmas pudding, served with Pyengana Dairy ice-cream and it’s utterly delicious.
Get in quick though, this event is only being held throughout the month of July, with spaces filling up fast. After all, no one wants to be like Kevin McCallister, home alone for Christmas in July.