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Taste two courses of decadence at St Honore Bakery, known for their "fascinating, complex menu that is still accessible"
92% rating on UrbanSpoon with gushing reviews warning you to "be prepared to get wobbly knees and rampant tastebuds"
Start with an entrée to share – perhaps the crumbed blue swimmer crab with raspberry vinaigrette or the spiced sweet pork belly with green tomato chilli jam and balsamic caramel?
Select any main each from exquisite menu, featuring roasted black angus sirloin with Congo potato onion puree, slow-cooked lamb rump with kipfler potatoes and pomegranate puree, seared tuna with pickled daikon, chia seed and wasabi heirloom carrot veloute and more
Complement your meal with a glass of red or white wine each
What We Like
Dinner at St Honore is an exclusive affair – it’s only served three nights a week, so as a voucher-holder, you’ll be one of the lucky few!
True to European tradition, the St Honore chefs try to source produce locally from fresh food markets and farmers
Offer expires on 8 July 2013 (bookings must be made by 24 June 2013).
Bookings are absolutely essential and subject to availability
Valid for dinner Thursday-Saturday 5.30pm-10.30pm (dine-in only)
Voucher valid for two people
Member can purchase and redeem multiple vouchers for themselves and buy multiple vouchers as gifts for different recipients
24 hour cancellation policy applies, non-attendance and late cancellation voids voucher
Not valid on conjunction with any other offer and not redeemable for cash
Offer is only valid for Mossman location
Redemption instructions can be found on your voucher
Recommendations (or view full menu here)
Fumet king prawns, sea scallop, salmon, creme fraiche chanterelle
Roasted quail, quinoa, fenugreek lemon, capers, toasted almonds
Vanilla butter poached scampi, salmon caviar, taleggio kale
Slow-cooked pork tenderloin, quince puree, broccoli blueberry sauce
Baby snapper, baby corn, young zucchini, kale gojiberry
Roasted black angus sirloin, cipolle agrodoice, Congo potato onion puree
Don’t let the ‘bakery’ name fool you, Ashraf Saleh serves up a fascinating, complex menu that is very accessible. While the presentation is stunning, the food is no less impressive.www.noodlies.com/2012/07/st-honore-bakery-mosman