Get ready for a gooey good time at the Melted Cheese Festival, kicking off this February.
Cheese. It’s the food group Sydneysiders universally adore. From a dedicate grazing plate loaded with every cheese under the sun to a creamy carbonara, cheese is that magic ingredient that elevates every meal. And for Fromage lovers, this upcoming festival is set to tick all your boxes.
From February 1st 2020, the crew from Mosman’s The Fernery are playing host to the Melted Cheese Festival. For one epic month, The Fernery’s rooftop will be transformed into a destination for cheese lovers across the city. Soak in this leafy rooftop oasis with panoramic views of Sydney with a limited-edition menu of cheese-focused treats and paired beverages to enjoy. The best bit? You can gain access to all the cheesy goodness for FREE.
So, what’s on the menu at this unmissable cheese festival? In an ode to the silkiest, stretchiest cheese dishes, the Melted Cheese Festival delivers six bespoke dishes for punters to enjoy. Kick-off with a serve of Cheesy Aranchinis ($17) before diving into a plate of Haloumi Cheese Sticks ($17). Dining with a group? Don’t miss the Baked Camembert ($17) drizzled generously with honey, roasted nuts and served with crunchy flatbread baked from the in-house Josper.
Looking for something more substantial? Make sure to try the New York Cheesy Cheeseburger ($24) with grilled beef, tomato, mustard ketchup and smothered with melted, oozy cheddar cheese. Plus diners can cap off their cheese experience with a serve of unmissable Cheesecake ($16), served with a smooth cream cheese filling and side of fresh seasonal berries.
Ready for a drink? The Melted Cheese Festival is set to serve a selection of paired wines to complement each dish. Guests can enjoy flowing Lanson Champagne, Quatier Pinot Noir or the zesty Paxton Pinor Gris alongside their epic cheese feast.
The Melted Cheese Festival at The Fernery’s Rooftop kicks off February 1st 2020, running for the entire month and open from 11am daily. Entry to the festival is free and walk-ins are welcome. To find out more, click here.