As a part of the increasingly popular Sydney International Food Festival in October, Sails on Lavender Bay is proud to announce two ‘world dinners’ featuring Peruvian cuisine at the restaurant. For gastronomic lovers, this foodie experience is a must!
“A taste of PERú” with Guest Chef Alejandro Saravia will definitely heighten your food awareness and knowledge on Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th October.
Chef Alejandro Saravia introduces Peruvian gastronomy concepts in the form of a special 6 course tasting menu with matching wines for $135 per person. Saravia’s cuisine style is a fusion of Peruvian recipes using traditional and haute cooking techniques, which have been tailored to the Australian palate by combining local seasonal produce.
Saravia started his career working as a chef in Lima, then travelled to the United States and Europe to broaden his culinary experience working in recognised kitchens such as The Fat Duck (UK), Les Ambassadeurs (France) & La Gorda (Barcelona) to name a few…and after arriving in Australia in 2006, worked for the Opera Bar, Pier Restaurant and Salon Blanc.
“A taste of PERú” – 6 course tasting MENU with matching wines
Drawing inspiration from his native country Peru and array of fine dining experiences, Saravia’s “A taste of PERú” at Sails will be most educational. Both dinners start at 7.00pm and bookings are essential (due to limited seats).
‘We’re delighted to have Chef Alejandro Saravia onboard at Sails, and feel this will be a special treat to our regular diners and food lovers of the Sydney International Food Festival’ said Greg Anderson, owner ‘Not only will guests learn about Peruvian cuisine, but get to experience this special menu with matching wines at a great price!’.
Only an 8 minute ride from Circular Quay will tempt anyone to make the journey by ferry, as Sails is located next to McMahons Point wharf…otherwise this north shore restaurant is easily accessible by taxi, car, public bus, or water taxi.
Sails on Lavender Bay, 2 Henry Lawson Avenue, McMahons Point NSW 2060
Bookings essential: (02) 9955 5998