Image: Arras – co–owners/head chefs Adam and Lovaine Humphrey and sommelier Alon Sharman.
I was invited to sample Arras’ menu a few months ago, let me just say that you will not be disappointed! So I’m more than happy to let you all know about the exciting plans that the owners have for Aussie Wine Month.
On Friday 19 April, modern European restaurant ARRAS will be teaming up with family-owned local producers, Freeman Vineyards, for a beautiful four-course dinner with matching wines in celebration of Aussie Wine Month.
One-hatted ARRAS is run by young British chefs Adam and Lovaine Humphrey. The husband and wife duo bring with them a wealth of experience from top restaurants across Europe and Australia including the three Michelin-starred Michel Bras in France, Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck and the Castle Hotel in England.
The seasonally changing menu features an innovative interpretation on European dishes, served in the colourful surrounds of unique design features including a graffiti mural by Sydney graffiti artistAz One, aka Andy Steel, and bespoke Paul Smith suit-fabric dining chairs.
Freeman Vineyards is located in the Hilltops region of New South Wales. This small, specialist family wine company is run by Dr Brian Freeman, along with his daughters Marcelle and Xanthe. It is best known for its Italian inspired wines – Secco, Fortuna and Rondo Rose – that have been produced by the family since 2002.
The one-off dinner will include four courses and ARRAS’s famous petit fours matched to the Fortuna, Rondo and Secco wines for just $120 per person.
Friday 19 April, 7pm start
204 Clarence Street
Sydney, NSW 2000