Icebergs Dining Room and Bar is turning Japanese for October (Sydney)

For four nights – every Tuesday – in October, Bondi icon Icebergs Dining Room and Bar will be doing things a little bit differently. As part of their participation in the annual Good Food Month program, Executive Chef Monty Koludrovic and his handy kitchen team will be blending their Italian influence with Japanese cuisine, even going so far as to bring in a special Sake trolley from Black Market Sake.

Each Tuesday, the ticketed Ramen Ragazzi dinners will see the Icebergs kitchen fire up to offer a special Japanese menu that explores the expansive palate of Japanese dining, shifting their approach from localised Italian food. Some of most remarkable sake on the planet will help wash it all down, sourced by Group Wine Director James Hird and Black Market Sake from some of Japan’s most sought after artisan producers, showcasing rare bottlings that have each been selected to provide insight into traditional Sake making.

Monty’s Ramen Ragazzi menu will start with the likes of Raw Tuna wit uni, caviar, and ginger, and Warm Crab with local Koshihikari rice, sesame, and Wagyu fat. The offerings will move to steaming bowls of Pork Neck Ramen with papanui egg, laver, and pickles, and Blackmore Wagyu Rump Cap with wasabi and mash. Miso Caramel will be served as the dessert to cap it all off.

Icebergs Dining Room and Bar – Ramen Ragazzi Dinners

Where: Icebergs Dining Room and Bar; 1 Notts Ave, Bondi Beach NSW
When: Tuesdays – 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th October 2016
Tickets and more info: $130 (+ beverages on consumption) || idrbevents.com/ramen-ragazzi.

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Chris Singh

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