THE ULTIMATE CELEBRATION OF CULINARY EXCELLENCE

Forget the ‘chef’s table’ - because at Robb Report we take you one better.

As part of our search for the country’s best young talent - as nominated by industry luminaries - our Culinary Masters dinner series is peerless.

 


This is the ultimate luxury dining experience - and this year we’re holding two immersive dinner experiences in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Josh Niland, a chef rightly making international inroads - Nigella Lawson simply refers to him as “a genius” - will host an intimate Sydney dinner at his standout restaurant, St Peter, on November 12.  Guests to our Sydney dinner will then transferred (in VIP luxury) to our exclusive pop-up, The HighBall Bar at One Barangaroo.


Melbourne, meanwhile, means an elevated evening heralding Vue De Monde’s incredible young executive chef, and Noma alum, Hugh Allen - to be held the night of November 19. 
An indulgent post-dinner drink will take place 55 floors up.

 

See below for further details on how to be part of these two incredible experiences.

And be quick, as these dinners will sell out.

 

THE 

EVENINGS

NINETEEN

SYDNEY, NSW

12.11.19

ADDRESS

362 Oxford st, Paddington

TIME

6 PM

HIGHBALL BAR

ADDRESS

'ONE' Barangaroo

TIME

8.30 PM

Josh Niland is one of the most exciting figures to emerge on the local food scene in decades.

 

His ‘nose to tail’ and sustainable fish philosophy makes for incredibly inventive menus - a play of the senses that has made a meal at his Paddington eatery St Peter truly unforgettable (and hard to secure).

 

As part of this year’s Robb Report Culinary Masters, we’re excited to have Josh host an unforgettable dinner experience bound to an exclusively curated RR menu.

 

Drinks at exclusive pop-up, HighBall Bar at One Barangaroo, follow dinner.

AFTER HOURS EXCLUSIVE

MELBOURNE, VIC

19.11.19

ADDRESS

Rialto Towers, 525 Collins St

THE SOCIAL HOUR

AFTER HOURS EXCLUSIVE

ADDRESS

Rialto Towers, 525 Collins St

TIME

8.30 PM

The fact Shannon Bennett this year anointed Hugh Allen as Vue De Monde’s executive chef speaks volumes of the skills and focus of this young gun.

 

He may be only 24 and at the helm of the country’s best fine diner - though Hugh wouldn’t have it any other way, able to play and perform with native ingredients and push diners to rethink what such words mean on a plate.

 

Oh, did we mention he spent three years at Noma, arguably the world’s most famous kitchen, alongside the famed Rene Redzepi?

 

This will be an intimate evening to experience the best in Australian cuisine and is not to be missed.

 

Dinner will be followed by exclusive drinks overlooking the city.

TIME

6 PM

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