Greco-Roman Affair - sold out
Discover the luxurious cuisine of an empire that was able to pick and choose the best of regional fare across its expansive borders.
Good Food Month brings you the Greco-Roman Affair, a collaboration between Mario di Natale of Perth’s hatted Garum, and Stefano Marano of Sydney’s celebrated The Apollo restaurant. Over an extravagant four course menu, served shared-style with matching wines, you’ll taste the refined excellence of the province.
Marano brought modern Greek to a new level in Sydney with The Apollo restaurant, this year ranked 30 in Australia’s Top Restaurants, and is Italian by birth. di Natale is also Italian – and knows great produce having come from a long line of Sicilian farmers. He honed his craft under Melbourne’s legendary Guy Grossi, and now focuses on contemporary Roman cuisine at Grossi’s only restaurant outside of the Victorian borders, Garum.
Join these two incredible chefs as they pioneer the food of the empire in an evening that shouldn’t be missed.
General admission tickets have sold out but you can join the wait list.
Perth Good Food Month presented by Citi returns this April. In association with City of Perth, this year’s program celebrates Perth’s talented newcomers and industry greats, as well as inviting over some of the country’s top chefs from interstate for ground-breaking local kitchen collaborations.
4 April, 6.30pm to 10pm
$150 + transaction fee