Cafe Paci’s Pasi Patanen will take over Yellow for a one night only vegetarian menu (Sydney)

  • Chris Singh
  • July 1, 2016
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Celebrated Sydney chef Pasi Petanen has certainly made a name for himself, last year closing what was perhaps one of the most well received residency restaurants the city has ever seen with Café Paci which sadly ended its Darlinghurst run in December. While Petanen hasn’t announced any concrete plans to start up another pop-up anytime soon, the experimental ex-Marque Chef has been tapped by Potts Point favourite Yellow for a one night only collaboration menu.

The team at Yellow recently switched up their menu to focus on inventive vegetarian dishes and has since enjoyed a new wave of acclaim, heading a culinary resurgence in Sydney and highlighting the versatility of different local vegetables. On Monday 11th July they will continue this ethos with Petanen taking over the burners for an exclusive five-course menu.

For $95, guests heading along on the Monday will be greeted with snacks before diving into dishes that include Sweet & Sour Carrots with tarragon and fresh cheese, Grilled Pomelo with turnip and hot mustard, Potato with truffle, mushroom, and coffee, and Silverbeet served with smoked butter and furikake. Dessert will be a dish of Pear & Parsley.

For an additional $65 per person, each dish will be matched with wines selected from Yellow’s list. You can make a booking by calling them on the number listed below.

Yellow

Address: 57 MacLeay St, Potts Point
Contact: (02) 9332 2344
Website: yellowsydney.com.au
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 5pm-12am; Saturday 6pm-12am; Sunday 6pm-10pm

Image supplied and used with permission

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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is an Editor-At-Large at the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.

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