Saturday, April 19, 2014

Easter brunch with lamb carvery at Wild Grass

There is nothing more than a perfect roast with potatoes!!!

At Wild grass, they are doing a great carveries which is served from 12am-3pm.
The Easter selection which is served until the 21st of April 2014 is slightly different to their Saturday and Sunday carvery.
It features a great range of fish and meat including fish, chicken, beef and lamb!

Fresh spring lambs were flown over from UK's Sandon Lodge Farm in Essex and butchered by a special guest from UK for this event.

The Easter brunch includes a choice of starters, meats from the carvery and an Easter edition dessert.

Easter brunch menu with some but not all photos:
A choice of starters:

Cream of Tomato Soup w/ Goat Cheese Toast
Marinated prawns w/ Steamed Potato Salad, Lime Juice & Zester

Panfried Smoked Salmon w/ Horseradish, Poached Egg & Salmon Eggs

Smoked Haddock Arrancini Kedgeree w/ Organic Poached Hen Egg & Hollandaise Sauce
Organic Poached Egg Benedict w/ Cured Bacon
Huevo Rancheros: Organic Egg Sunny Side Up Baked w/ Chorizo, Tomatoes & Avocado

Crown Onion Roasted Rack of Lamb


Lamb belly:

Sea Salt & Garlic Roasted New Zealand Lamb Leg w/ Rosemary

Roasted Organic Chicken w/ Rosemary & Garlic

Confit of Lamb Shoulder with Garlic and Thyme

Whole Oven Baked Wild Icelandic Halibut w/ Vermouth & Thyme

Swedes in Butter

Steamed Cabbages w/ Parsley Cream Sauce

Roasted Potatoes w/ Onions

Cauliflower w/ Cheese,

Penne w/ Tomato Sauce & Pecorino Cheese
A choice of desserts:

Selection of Cheeses w/ Fruits, Nuts & Homemade Fig Jam

Home baked Hot Easter Cross Bun with Dairy butter, Chocolate Egg filled with mascarpone topped with apricot sauce, anzac biscuits with pistachio and sour cream, coffee brownie and berry compote.

I loved the brunch because there was a meat for everyone, the lamb's belly was the best, it was soft and gelatinous. The belly was really interesting because the gaminess of it was actually really nice and not like the usual gaminess that doesn't taste nice.
The only thing I wished for would be mint sauce.
As well as the meat, the roast potatoes were divine, crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside.
Wild Grass is on Arburnot Road next to this wacky restaurant called Salon 10!!!

The restaurant environment is relaxing and great for gatherings with children.

The 3 Course Easter Brunch Menu cost $368/Person + 10% Service Charge

Add $238 for All You Can Drink for 3 hours: Prosecco, House Wines, Beer, Juices, Soft Drinks PP
Wild Grass:
1/F, 4-8 Arbuthnot Road, Central

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