$135 (booking fees may apply)
A Taste of Southern New Zealand with Mt Difficulty wines

A slice of the South is coming to Princes Wharf with Euro’s latest delicious degustation experience on Thursday 4 October.

A Taste of Southern New Zealand with Mt. Difficulty wines is a celebration of the South Island’s finest fare (as well as extravagant ingredients like 23k gold). At just $135 per person, the six-course menu is a road trip for the taste buds. 

It starts with all-time Kiwi favourite, the Whitebait sandwich (with a Euro twist of course), and journeys through five more creative dishes, including: Southland turbot with green grapes, nashi pear, yuzu oil and buckwheat, Canterbury duck, duck liver parfait, 23k gold, rotisserie pineapple and brioche; Te Mana lamb with tamarillo ketchup, beetroots, curds and whey; Wild shot red deer paired with macadamia nut, cacao nib, pickled blueberries; and Central Otago apricot upside down cake, rosemary, yoghurt and bee pollen.

Each course is matched with Mt. Difficulty wines.

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Last updated: 11 June 2019