Thursday, December 3, 2009
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney Serves Up a Festive Feast
Let Kable's do the Christmas day cooking with a five-course selection of Australian favourites for lunch and dinner at $209* per person. Menu highlights include potted duck rillette, twice-cooked pork belly, baileys sorbet, Rangers Valley 'Steak Diane' tenderloin and a delicious dessert of baby chocolate-cherry Yule log.
No Christmas gathering is complete without traditional roast turkey served with cranberry compote, spicy stuffing and all the trimmings, followed by home-made Christmas pudding, vanilla and clove ice-cream and brandy cream.
Ring in the new year at Four Seasons and spoil your loved ones with a special New Year's Eve six-course menu for $240* per person in Kable's, before taking in the fireworks display just a few steps from the hotel at Circular Quay.
Start the evening with a glass of French champagne on arrival and woo your tastebuds with Australian-themed specialties including Tasmanian lobster, kingfish tartare with snow crab salad and slow-cooked White River veal tenderloin. Conclude your meal with a selection of three enticing desserts featuring a liquid centre chocolate cake and passionfruit sorbet.
Located on level two of Four Seasons Hotel Sydney and accessed from the hotel lobby's grand sweeping staircase, Kable's Restaurant offers an elegant, contemporary setting and a relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere.
Known for its award-winning retrospective cuisine and impeccable service that anticipates your every need, Kable's enjoys the reputation as one of Sydney's best fine dining experiences.
For Christmas and New Year's Eve bookings contact Kable's Restaurant on (+61 2) 9250 3226.
*Children between 6 and 12 years old dine for half price.
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