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“Banksia Path”

Rowena Keall Walsh

           

During her “Kings Park” exhibition, West Australian artist Rowena Keall
Walsh invites you to her long table to attend a three-course sit-down
dinner, with guest speaker, eminent botanist,

Professor Kingsley Dixon

Immerse yourself in the gallery vibe amongst Rowena’s paintings.
Savour food prepared by Black Pearl Catering with essences of the Australian
bush, paired with Rockcliffe boutique wines.

Friday the 7th of September 2018, 6h30pm drinks, for 8pm dinner served

Cullity Gallery, School of Design, University of Western Australia.

Corner Clifton Str & Stirling Hwy, Nedlands

$130 per person – paired with  wines

$95 per person – without wine


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Canapés

Emu chorizo & sea scallops mini kebabs

Shark Bay tiger prawns with lemon aspen drizzle

Grilled lamb cutlets with bush tomato relish

Avocado & goat cheese crostini with finger lime caviar

Entrée

(choose one of the following)

Pan-fried trout with saltbush dukkha served on a bed of thinly sliced

Jerusalem artichokes & flat beans

Pan-fried chicken fillet with saltbush dukkha served on a bed of thinly

sliced Jerusalem artichokes & flat beans

Braised aubergines with saltbush dukkha served on a bed of thinly sliced

Jerusalem artichokes & flat beans – v

Main

(choose one of the following)

Grilled Harvey beef tenderloin with pepperberry jus served with new potatoes

& celeriac purée topped with shredded Manjimup Truffle

Crispy skinned barramundi with lemon myrtle beurre blanc served with new

potatoes & celeriac purée topped with shredded Manjimup Truffle

Lemon Myrtle roasted vegetables risotto with shredded Manjimup Truffle – v

Dessert

Wattleseed infused crème brûlée served with macadamia biscotti

Other informations

This event is for 18+

Smart casual attire

Strictly no BYO

Minimum seats availability.

Refund policy: tickets are transferable but non-refundable.

Select your entree and main items at time of booking.

We will cater for special dietary upon written request at time of booking.

 

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