Neil Perry is in rarefied air when it comes to his impact on the Australian culinary landscape. Read full article here: The Upsider
Tuesday, 2 April 2019: The Bavarian will open its doors at Westfield Woden in Canberra’s south-eastern suburb of Phillip on Thursday, 18 April, with 500 free hotdogs distributed from 11am. Located on the ground floor of the new Bradley Street restaurant precinct, The Bavarian Woden accommodates 300 guests, including 60 seats outdoors. Canberra residents, shoppers […]
Gourmet Traveller: Neil Perry is hosting two Chinese dinners, where native Australian ingredients play a shining role
Expect warrigal-greens dumplings and wallaby-tail soup at Spice Temple’s one-off events.. Read full article here: Gourmet Traveller
The National Indigenous Culinary Institute was founded in 2012 and offers apprenticeships to aspiring Indigenous chefs in some of Australia’s top restaurants, including Neil Perry’s Rockpool Bar & Grill in Sydney. AFR BOSS Magazine spoke to Perry and second-year apprentices Liz Lorente and Jayde Harris about what the program means to them. Read full article here: BOSS Magazine.