5 Top Eats at The Village this Weekend

7 July 2023

The Village is a food-lovers paradise is a wonderland of mouth-watering food and drinks. Featuring an array of fresh and tasty bites, below are some top picks to expect across the weekend.

Prawn, Avocado & Butter Lettuce Sandwich – Paper Daisy

Paper Daisy is serving up their legendary Prawn, Avocado & Butter Lettuce Sandwich. No need to make the drive down to Halycon House to devour these heavenly filled sandwiches.

 

Korru Roti – Alba by Peter Kuruvita

Alba by Peter Kuruvita is bringing their Sir Laken version of ‘dubstep teppanyaki’ to Providore Park with Kottu Roti. Kottu Roti is delicious mix of flatbread, meat, vegetables, eggs and spices. Hear and watch on as the chefs chop, cook and mix together your dish in the theatrics of making Kottu Roti.

 

Atlantic Salmon Pearls Tasting Plate – Yarra Valley Caviar

Yarra Valley Caviar has your premium goods sorted! Treat yourself to a luxe picnic affair with their first harvest Atlantic Salmon pearls with dollops of Creme Fraiche served with Chappy’s Chips.

 

Cheesewheel Gnocchi – That Arancini Guy

Serving up gnocchi in a 40kg Grana Padano Wheel, That Arachini Guy has your pasta fix sorted! Served with cream, freshly cracked pepper and chives – you’ll be going back for seconds.

 

Cone-Cuterie – Church Mouse Cheese

We all know what a charcuterie board is, but have you ever tried of a Cone-Cuterie? Church Mouse Cheese is bringing their OG Cone-Cuterie to Providore Park. With a chocolate waffle cone, filled with cheese, charcuterie, skewers and a sneaky surprise at the bottom of the cone, it’s the perfect combination of sweet meets savoury.

 

After indulging your taste buds, visit Easy Times Brewing Co. for a Honey Saison brew, exclusive to Providore Park, made from honey harvested directly from Roma Street Parkland. Or if cocktails are more up your alley, visit the Fever-Tree Mixer Bar to pick up your favourite go-to festival drink.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Turrbal and Yuggera people, Traditional Owners of the land on which we gather and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.