Glenarty Road will host their first long table dinner on Saturday the 16th and 30th of November.
This rare culinary farm experience will showcase their grass-fed Chianina beef and Glenarty Road farm produce.
A slow dining experience curated by chef Joaquin Diz that will celebrate the beast from nose to tail cooked over a custom made woodfire grill alongside freshly picked seasonal produce and Glenarty Road Wines.
Glenarty Road is a fifth-generation family farm, located in the southern reaches of Margaret River in Karridale.
It was recently named the 13th best casual dining restaurant in the 2019 Western Australian Good Food Guide Awards.
A massive achievement and praise for a small family run farm, restaurant and cellar door that has risen amongst the best in the state in just two short years.
The Chianina beef is the tallest, heaviest and oldest breed of cattle in the world, which originates from Valdichiana in Tuscany.
Owners Ben and Sasha McDonald purchased the Chianina from their neighbour who is a passionate breeder of the cattle.
Their inspiration came from an unforgettable dining experience of the finest Chianina beef cooked over a custom woodfire at Dario Cecchini's restaurant in Chianti, Italy.
Their intention for this event is to honour this incredible beast and bring people together to share, feast and celebrate.
Guests will be welcomed with sparkling and canapes on arrival and then sit down to a feast of entrées, mains and desserts featuring different cuts of the Chianina beast.
Each course will be accompanied by a flight of wines featuring museum and pre-releases wines.
This relaxed and casual evening is all about honouring seasonal and sustainable food cooked with passion.
This ticket event includes food - $155 available for purchase at glenartyroad.com.au
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