Chocolate margaritas, a luxe new Dragon Egg and Sydney’s ultimate 2UP destination
Wednesday, 20 March 2019: Rockpool Dining Group restaurants are unveiling a fantastic line up of chocolate-coated festivities, in honour of Easter and ANZAC Day.
Saké Restaurant & Bar has given its signature Dragon Egg dessert a makeover. This elegant chocolate egg is the ultimate Easter indulgence, featuring flavours of almond, passionfruit, milk chocolate and white chocolate.
Available at Saké in The Rocks and Double Bay, the Dragon Egg ($23) is decorated with colours of silver and rouge and served with a hot, salty-sweet miso caramel sauce.
Meanwhile, El Camino Cantina in Manly and The Rocks is adding a decadent, chocolate-infused margarita to its drinks menu, which is available throughout April. The “Easterita” ($16) comprises of chocolate liquor, white chocolate syrup, tequila, triple sec and is topped with Cadbury mini Easter eggs.
Munich Brauhaus, The Bavarian and The Bavarian Beerhaus’ special Easter offering is a soft and chewy cinnamon doughnut-pretzel ($11). This sweet special is served with a hot, chocolate dipping-sauce and Cadbury mini Easter eggs, and is available from Friday, 19 April to Monday, 22 April.
Gather your egg baskets and round up the kids, Munich Brauhaus and The Bavarian are inviting the entire family to take part in an egg-cellent Easter egg hunt on Sunday, 21 April, from 1pm. The restaurants’ Easter bunny helpers will scatter chocolate eggs throughout the restaurants, leaving them for the little ones to find.
A generous kids eat free menu is another draw card on Easter Sunday. The fantastic kids’ menu, which entitles one child under 12 to eat for free with a paying adult, features a range of Bavarian classics and modern favourites for even the fussiest of eaters.
Boys and girls can choose from dishes such as crispy mac n cheese balls, kids’ cheese burger, chicken schnitzel with mash or fries, the little brat frankfurter hotdog, grilled wraps, sandwiches and gelato in a trio of flavours: chocolate crumble, vanilla and strawberry. The full menu can be found here.
The Argyle opens its doors at 8am on ANZAC Day, Thursday 25 April, firing up the barbie for breakfast. ANZAC Day parade goers will be treated to an all-day BBQ menu featuring bacon and egg rolls ($5), lamb chops ($10), steaks ($10) and classic sausage sangas ($5).
R&B trio Gang of Brothers perform from 11am, before The Argyle’s iconic cobblestone courtyard is transformed into one of Sydney’s biggest and best 2UP arenas. Punters can try their luck at the much-loved ANZAC day game between 1pm and 3pm. Entry is free, and The Argyle’s usual menu items will still be on offer. More information can be found here.
Media inquiries: Rockpool Dining Group PR Officer Georgie Meredith | 0477 508 066 | firstname.lastname@example.org.