Where can you try Alpaca?
The Hungry Duck
THE HUNGRY DUCK IS THE CREATION of David Campbell. Taking the skills he acquired while working at Wockpool, Tetsuyas (London) and Billy Kwong he has opened his own modern asian restaurant in the heart of Berry on the south coast of NSW. The Hungry Duck features a landscaped kitchen garden which is a source of organic herbs and vegetables for the restaurant. It treads lightly on the earth by using local organic meats, vegetables, sustainable seafood and composting all kitchen waste. The Hungry Duck has been named in the top ten green eateries in the SMH Good Food Guide in 2010, 2011 & 2012.
The Berry Hotel
SITUATED IN OUR OWN TOWN, The Berry Hotel exudes ambience and the history of the region. Whether it’s an intimate dinner, big celebration or just a quiet beer with friends the Berry Hotel is the perfect venue. Plus they serve award winning cuisine in all of their three venues: The historic Coachhouse, The Courtyard and The Cafe. Add to this, your opportunity to taste the lauded Alpaca Burger, voted by Keith Austin as one of the ‘Top 6 Pub Burgers in NSW’ in the 2014 Good Pub Food Guide. Drop in and say g’day to Matt, Steve and Jef and you might even catch us there for a quiet ale and good meal.
ENCOMPASSING ART CLASSES, live music and creative fare, The Glass Café on Main Street in Mittagong is the place to be seen. This fun, quirky café features local artists’ work on the walls, a bright pink tiled counter, mismatched colourful furniture and comfy couches, creating a chilled out vibe where friends gather for coffee and a good time. A work hub is also available for those who want to meet on the job and savour an all-day breakfast and lunch menu, with choices like zucchini and halloumi fritters with semi-dried tomato, avocado, labneh and dukkah. Guests with more adventurous tastes may be tempted by a wrap with shredded alpaca shoulder, pickled vegetables, fresh pecorino, coriander and chilli mayo; followed by freshly baked treats such as a hazelnut torte, or upside down pear cake.
Chan Chan Peruvian Cantina
CHAN CHAN WAS ESTABLISHED in 2014 by the same team from Bocados Spanish Kitchen in Newcastle.
“This is our take on Peruvian food, on a Peruvian cantina. We aim to create food that brings back memories and creates new ones, the music and celebrations that make us feel alive. We want this restaurant, just like Bocados, to be your place to catch up with friends and family. Where the food and wine aim to contribute to vivid conversations and simply to enhance the experience of the time spent with the people you love.
THE LANE SYDNEY brings super-popular in dining right now to a literal laneway in the heart of Sydney’s CBD. The food philosophy here is uncomplicated: It is all about very technically trained chefs setting their sights on simple food, with a good dash of originality and at affordable prices.
The Lane Sydney is open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner; Tuesday through to Friday. When you are planning your next adventure to the city of Sydney, whether it be a trip to the theatre, or just a night wandering around, make you plan to include a wonderful dinner with us at The Lane Sydney.
NESTLED JUST SOUTH of the Parliamentary Triangle, one of Canberra’s most exquisite dining experiences is waiting to be discovered.
Established in January 2000, Rubicon was built on the belief that unforgettable food doesn’t have to mean sacrificing an enjoyable atmosphere, and amongst our cosy, informal décor, you’ll find some of the city’s most sophisticated modern Australian dishes.
WHARF ROAD RE-WRITES what it is to be a South Coast restaurant, with its mighty wood-fired parilla (grill), the contemporary detail of its ship-shape caramel and blonde dining room, and its confident air of doing its own thing and loving it. The confidence is well placed, with David Campbell turning out seriously attractive food with a fresh, local and organic bent, and partner Nicole (both of Berry’s Hungry Duck) running a snappy service team.