Ngarku'adlu (Let's eat) - Fine Dining Experience
Next Occurrence : 13 Mar 2021
This fine dining feast — two, exclusive four-course dinners (with accompanying South Australian wines) on the last nights of the Adelaide Festival — is unlike anything you have experienced. It’s a chance to awaken your taste buds to extraordinary new sensations, and your mind to a whole new understanding of how spectacular Australian food can be — unencumbered by imported ingredients and imported knowledge.
These wonderful festival events are curated and prepared by this country’s finest First Nations chefs, including Clayton Donovan, Australia’s only Indigenous hatted chef, and Warndu, an Indigenous-owned Australian Native Food business with a mission to inspire curiosity about our native plants, nuts, seeds and proteins and regenerate culture, community, tradition, health and our soils.
Strictly available for only 240 diners, guests will experience the South Australian Museum at night, surrounded by its unique collection, and experience the contemporary flavours inspired by our diverse landscapes, unique plants and animals, interwoven with stories and knowledge shared by cultural leaders, the culture and traditions of Kaurna, Adnyamathanha, Ngarrindjeri, and Narungga nations spanning tens of thousands of years.
All products on offer are made in Australia from 100% locally sourced, seasonal and wild harvested produce with an emphasis on supporting Aboriginal enterprises.
Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids
Caters for people who use a wheelchair
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Caters for people with allergies and intolerances
250 to $
Ticket price includes food and beverages. Bookings through BASS attract an $8.95 transaction fee.