The female force behind Victoria by Farmer’s Daughters show off their excellence
Victoria by Farmer’s Daughters is participating in its first Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, while also celebrating three of the restaurants, and its sister venue Farmer’s Daughters, talented female chefs.
On Thursday, March 30, from 6:30pm to 10:30pm, Fed Square’s renowned venue will host a special dinner titled Victorian Female Excellence.
The evening will consist of a five-course dinner, with the menu created by chefs Iman Mohamed, Daniela Martinez and Raina Kadar, and will be accompanied by wines produced by Victoria’s leading female winemakers.
As to be expected, each dish will focus on Victorian ingredients, and for this one-night only special the ingredients will be provided by female producers.
There will be Forge Creek eggs from Forge Creek Free Range, Amber Creek Pork from Amber Creek Farm, mushrooms from Wattle Bank Farm and goat nectar from Holy Goat Cheese.
Included in the menu will be Fried Spud Sisters potatoes, Guiso sauce and goose fat; Forge Creek egg, curried carrot and mushroom croquette, tamarind jam and curry leaf; Amber Creek pork served with preserved tomato, crisp potato and rocoto chilli and a dessert of white chocolate, lemon myrtle, finger lime and beeswax.
To accompany the divine dinner, the Sommelier team has curated a selection of accompanying wines for purchase, which include Avani wines (Shashi Singh), Bird on a Wire and Zonzo (Caroline Mooney), Billy Button wines (Jo Marsh) and Yeringberg Winery (Sandra de Pury).
Tickets are $150pp for food, with drinks available to purchase.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased from victoriarestaurant.com.au.
Groups of over 15 are encouraged to email [email protected] to secure their booking.
Photo credit: Thom Rigney