GOOD & UGLY 


The Truffle Edition

Thurs 8 August

 

We're back with another collaborative producer dinner. This time it's Good & Ugly, The Truffle Edition. 

 

Lead by our Head Chef Ethan Robinson and The Erko Team alongside our good friends at The Truffle Farm Canberra, we're coming together to celebrate our combined passion for local produce and home-grown ingredients, resulting in a night dedicated to the delicacy of the season - the truffle.

 

Your $75 ticket will include a shared style meal that showcases delicious seasonal ingredients infused with the earthy delicacy in its various forms and a variety of wines to sample, sip and savour from our friends at Unico Zelo, with discounts on selected bottles of wine purchased on the evening. 

 

So, are you ready to treat yourself to a night of amazing wines, delicious produce and great company? Come join us! 

Food Menu

 

 

Erko flatbread Confit garlic and herb butter

 

Steak tartare eschalot, caper, parmesan, grated black truffle, egg yolk

 

Mushroom and truffle arancini truffle pecorino

 

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Pan roasted bone in sirloin truffle butter

 

Barramundi en papillote kipflers, leeks, truffle

 

Cauliflower gratin black truffle, gruyere

 

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Pear crumble Black truffle caramel, vanilla ice cream 

 

 

The Truffle Farm Canberra

Our Chef Ethan Robinson embarked on the extraordinary experience of black truffles at The Truffle Farm Canberra, nestled in the serene Majura Valley. We took part in the pursuit of a truffle hunt, learning all about the rare and delicious back truffle by accompanying the highly skilled truffle dogs in action. We have prepared a selection of truffle-laden dishes especially for Good & Ugly producer dinner, using freshly harvested truffles from The Truffle Farm. 
 

Unico Zelo

Unico Zelo are passionate winemakers who care about the soil and produce we have in Australia. From their sister distillery, Applewood in Adelaide Hills they produce and showcase products to the rest of the world that embrace Australian native ingredients and pay homage to the indigenous custodianship who maintained the land for thousands of years.