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What is it?

Experience the festival’s signature event – the exclusive pop-up seafood and wine restaurant, Tastes of the Bay hosted by one of Queensland’s most respected chefs, Andrew Mirosch, Executive Chef at Sirromet Winery’s Restaurant Lurleens.

The four course of local wild caught seafood is matched with award winning Sirromet wines.

Numbers are limited at this sought after seafood experience. Bookings can only be made only online. Bookings open 9 am 1st May 2016.

Seating begins at 11.15 am

SOLD OUT

 

TICKETS GO ON SALE 9AM SUNDAY 1ST OF MAY

ONLINE SALES ONLY
Tastes of the Bay costs $110 per person.

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Meet the team

Andrew Mirosch
Executive Chef, Sirromet Winery

Leading the Tastes of the Bay team is Sirromet Winery’s Lurleens Restaurant Executive Chef Andrew Mirosch. With a string of American Express Awards and Best Restaurant in Queensland and over his 30 year career Andrew remains passionate as ever when it comes to Queensland’s seafood and produce.

A mad keen fisherman Andrew combines the best of both worlds with Andrew, a licenced commercial fisherman out on the ocean catching seasonal fish and back on shore - into the Chefs whites creating magnificently fresh seafood dining experiences..

Victor Marmysz
Head Chef, Sirromet Winery

Victor is a head chef from Lurleens Restaurant at Sirromet Winery. He and Andrew are long time colleagues and together present the QR Masterclass tours… and the Tastes of the Bay.

Adam Chapman
Chief Winemaker, Sirromet Winery

Sirromet’s chief winemaker Adam Chapman’s career spans more than 20 years and was one of the first academically qualified winemakers on the Queensland wine scene.

Adam has worked in South Australia’s Barossa Valley, along with Burgundy and Ardeche in France before making his mark in Queensland’s Granite Belt. Here he has been influencing many Queensland producers with modern winemaking and viticultural techniques, accompanied by traditional methods.

Damien Symes & Urangan State High Students
Teacher & Chef, Urangan State High School

Teacher Chef Damien Symes and the senior Hospitality students assist during the lunch, gaining real life experience.

TICKETS GO ON SALE 9AM SUNDAY 1ST OF MAY

ONLINE SALES ONLY
Tastes of the Bay costs $110 per person.

Buy Now