Posted by The Events Editorial Team
16. Mar, 2012
|March 15, 2012 10:00 pm||to||March 17, 2012 10:00 pm|
Janet DeNeefe knows what the real taste of Balinese cooking is and has been sharing her passion for more than 20 years. She is the founder of Casa Luna Restaurant and Cooking School where guests are educated about Balinese food, cooking and culinary myths. Her school was recently named “one of the top cooking schools in the world” by The Australian. DeNeefe wants you to go beyond Peanut sauce and gado-gado and will be presenting a feast from her cookbook “Bali – The Food of My Island” at Wantilan Restaurant this week. Expect elegant curries, golden seafood broths, wok-tossed greens, banana-leaf specials, sambals and an array of traditional and contemporary desserts.
WHERE: 571 Burwood Road, Hawthorn
WHEN: Thursday 15th – Saturday 17th March from 6:30 pm
PRICE: $75.00 per person for 9 dishes (minimum of 2 people)
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