Last night we experienced a sensory explosion at Emporium. To celebrate the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Emporium Melbourne organised a degustation journey through its various eateries to feature what the centre has to offer for food lovers.
Our journey started on the rooftop, set against a sunset city backdrop with Aperol Spritz, Veuve Champagne and the freshest prawns from Tank. Next, head chef Tomohiro Suzuki of cult classic Tetsujin served a stunning selection of nigiri and sashimi. We loved the quality of ingredients showcased here.
From there, we progress to Din Ta Fung, previously anointed by the New York Times as one of the Top 10 restaurants in the world. There we devoured a selection of exquisite dumplings include the world renown Xiao Long Bao. Think paper thin dumpling pastry encasing juicy pork mince and rich broth. Just yum!
Next on the menu was Pinchy’s, bringing sustainable and delicious lobster from Maine to Emporium Melbourne. The lobster and crab rolls were absolutely delicious and went down a treat with champagne.
To end the journey, we were treated to the most sublime tasting plate from Godiva, official chocolatier to the Belgian Royal Court.
Find out more about Emporium Melbourne here.