Enjoy two hours of complimentary drinks and menu favorites every Saturday this month on the award-winning venue’s heated rooftop terrace.
Celebrated Peruvian chef Alejandro Saravia’s Farmer’s Daughters restaurant is a love letter to Gippsland produce — and he now serves it in brunch form.
Enjoy free-flowing drinks for two hours with dishes inspired by the region, sitting against a backdrop of mountain pepper trees on the restaurant’s heated, weatherproof roof terrace.
Products from the venue’s lush native herb garden are incorporated into the dishes and cocktails, including signature Farmer’s Collinses, Mimosas, and Bellinis. You can also order beer and Gippsland wine.
Dig into venue favorites such as thick soda bread, homemade terrine, and salted Baw Baw alpine trout rillettes. Finally, there is lemon verbena and white chocolate macarons, and chocolate from Twenty Degrees.
There are two places available: at 11:30 am and at 2:00 pm. The brunch costs $90 per person.