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NTF : December 6th 2010
around town Satisfy your cooking addiction with an action-packed culinary experience filled with tastings, stalls, classes and demonstrations at MasterChef Live,December 10- 12. Learnnew tips and tricks as Gary,Matt and George take the stage with your favourite contestants. Tickets from $55. Visit masterchefliveaustralia.com. Cook fine food with chef Andy Ball at Bel Mondo’sthree-course masterclass, December 15, from $77. Visit belmondo.com.au. Wine, dine and relax to amix of funky house tunes and chilled beats from Bondi’sToasted DJ, Natasha Chamberlain at Fort Denison’s Sunday’s‘til Sunset,throughout December.fortdenison.com.au Fightpoverty with Oxfam’srange of fair trade coffee.FromOxfam shops, selected Colesand Woolworths supermarkets.Visit oxfamshop.org.au PA RTYDROP Put some sparkle in your party with the new slimline Passion Pop ready-to-drink cans, $11.99 (4 pack). It still delivers the familiar fruity taste balanced with the perfect amount of fizz. Available from selected independent stores. Visit passionpop.com.au. Spread Christmas cheer with Polli’sEco Deco Kit ($19.95), acollection of uniquely designed, 100 per cent recycled card decorations that are perfect for hanging on the tree or as quirky gift tags. The new homestead-style dining room is up-market and cosy and offers amodern Australian menu created by chef Adam Spencer.Our entrees of ravioli with goats cheese, tomato, pickled eschalot, $15, and scallops with crisp chicken wing and pollen caramel, $15, were exquisite and left plenty of room for our mains of gnocchi with zucchini, lemon, goats curd, hazelnut and olive oil, $24, and ameaty kingfish with baby calamari, mussels and chorizo, $28. Not ones to miss out on dessert, we squeezed in jelly with moscato, macerated berries and yoghurt sorbet, $12, and petit fours with coffee $8. We found the staff friendly and the extensive wine selection, asignificant drawcard. Highly recommended. Naomi Rossdeutscher THE VILLAGE RESTAURANT •234 PALMER ST,EAST SYDNEY •PH: 9331 5457 Festive Season Buffet Lunch! Great news! Yo udon’t have to wait until Christmas foryour favourite festive food.Grace Brasserie is hosting asumptuous Christmas Buffet Lunch throughout December. $42 perperson (including aglass of sparkling wine on arrival) Bonus Offer: 1freeticket forany group booking of 10 people (food only) When: 12pm, Monday -Friday 29th November -24th December Christmas Day at the Grace! Get together with your family and friends fora fuss free Christmas Day! Relax and indulgein alavish Christmas celebration with live music, scrumptious Seafood Buffet and adivine dessert selection plus unlimited drinks for3hours*. $150 perperson $70 forkids (6-12 years old) Free forkids under 6years old When: 12pm, 25th December *Selected wines, beers and softdrinks Forbookings, call 9272 6636 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org ‘Superior Hotelofthe Ye ar -2010 AHA (NSW)Awardsfor Excellence.’ Celebrate Christmas at the Grace! 45
December 13th 2010