In the case of Lorida Greek Taverna, all that glitters is gold. Main Street Mornington - one of the Pen's most lively eat streets - has come alive with this new edition to the food and bar scene.
27 July 2019, 7:00 PM to 27 July 2019, 10:30 PMJoin us as we celebrate the magic of truffle season. Chef Simon Tarlington has created 5 truffle inspired dishes matched with wines grown and made onsite at Pa...
Celebrate Valentines day with a 6 course degustation in our chefs hatted restaurant. Head Chef Adam Beckett will guide you on a culinary journey through the season and the Mornington Peninsula. $145pp including a glass of Champagne Pol Roger and a rose for your loved one.
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Brad and Roong Holtz of Finesse Catering Group are a formidable team. Passionate, creative and classically trained, their worlds collided when Brad attended one of Roong’s cooking classes in Chiang Mai in northern Thailand, where Roong taught tourists and professional chefs the art of traditional Thai cooking. At the time Brad was working as a chef on small private yachts in Alaska and Mexico but they found a way to be together, moving to the Mornington Peninsula in 2007.
Adhoc offers a quality restaurant experience in a relaxed dining environment. The family friendly atmosphere is evident upon arrival. Carefully designed to allow privacy for intimate dinners and with communal tables for larger gatherings, couples sit alongside parents with children in a harmonious and relaxed space. It’s light, bright and welcoming, yet stylish and sophisticated, so you can enjoy a casual coffee and cake, or celebrate a special occasion. The staff are excellent, offering table service with an efficient but warm attention to detail.
When chef husband and wife team Jim and Melanie Houston got married at the Portsea Hotel, little did they know that 10 years later they would buy a business across the road from the Portsea Hotel and live in it with their three children for the best part of a year. That business is now known as Essence Food for the Soul. As chefs, life for Jim and Melanie was busy, particularly with three young children. The long hours took a strain, and they were ready to make a lifestyle change within the food industry. Sometimes everything falls into place and you find the ideal scenario, and this wholesale food business was perfect for the chef team. Essence Food for the Soul is all about the best quality produce made into delicious, heat and serve meals that help the time poor to eat well.