No it’s not a murder mystery or serial crime thriller you’ll spend months trying to solve – a Barossa Butcher’s Cellar is coming to Left Bank on Melbourne’s Southbank for one month only, and it will be a serious crime to miss out!
Starting September 26, Left Bank will transform the north-west corner of its iconic venue into a 1940s themed Barossa Butchery, bringing to life a long history of red wine and red meat for St Hallett. The concept is a celebration of the winery’s history as one of the Barossa’s first butcheries, established over 50 years before the iconic winery was founded.
Left Bank Melbourne will provide the perfect atmosphere for St Hallett’s celebratory Butcher’s Cellar, with Executive Chef Stan Delimitrou producing a list of creations that will pair with St Hallett Shiraz.
“Every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday we will be serving a different Butcher’s Cellar inspired menu,” Stan said. “We tasted through all of the St Hallett wines and crafted a menu to perfectly match them.”
“It’s a varied menu with everything from Sweet Chilli Ginger Squid, Spiced Mint Gremolata Lamb, and Teriyaki BBQ beef skewers, to Aged Black Angus Scotch Fillet, and Peppered Hopkins River Eye Fillet served on the Hot Stone.” Stan said.
The Butcher’s Cellar will be live at Left Bank Melbourne from September 26 until October 26.
When: September 26 – October 26
Where: Left Bank, Southbank