Our third lunch with The Golden Dawn takes a meaty turn – last month, we went all vegetarian, which means there’s every excuse for a bit of excess to celebrate the last days of summer. But this is no mere backyard barbecue. As usual, it’s a multi-course, shared feast with some particularly special touches including Brussels sprouts and skirt steak. Instead, it’s a celebration of unusual cuts and eating the whole animal – and as always, we’ll be cooking over an open fire in the courtyard. Vegetarians need not apply.
Harissa lamb ribs w labneh
Rabbit rilette , bread and butter pickles & charred bread
Cumin, garlic & black pepper rubbed skirt steak, avocado & baby radish salad
Whole free-range pig: roasted head, slow braised pork belly, legs cooked on coals
(Details to come on treatment of each cut and accompaniments)
Crispy cider & sage Brussels sprouts
Coal-roasted new potatoes, bacon, tarragon butter
Shaved fennel, apple, cabbage salad, lemon aioli
Peach cobbler, clotted cream
The important stuff: tickets are $62 a head and available from Under The Radar.