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GUEST CHEF PAUL CARMICHAEL OF MOMOFUKU SEIŌBO AT YELLOW 14TH AUGUST
Our Yellow Presents Guest Chef series is back. We’re welcoming some of Australia’s leading chefs into the kitchen at Yellow for one-off special dinners over the coming months.
Monday 14th August we have Paul Carmichael from Momofuku Seiōbo, who’ll lend his creative kitchen artistry to an exclusive vegetarian menu for one night only.
Snacks and a five-course vegetarian tasting menu $110 per person.
** BRENT SAVAGE ‘CHEF OF THE YEAR’ – 2015 SYDNEY MORNING HERALD GOOD FOOD GUIDE AWARDS **
** NICK HILDEBRANDT ‘SOMMELIER OF THE YEAR’ – 2015 GOURMET TRAVELLER RESTAURANT GUIDE AWARDS **
Yellow is a vegetarian bistro from the award-winning team behind Bentley Restaurant + Bar. Chef Brent Savage and Sommelier Nick Hildebrandt have been inspired by the European dining scene where contemporary food and wine are served in an informal setting at affordable prices.
Recognizing a demand for vegetarian dining in Sydney, Brent and his team have created menus with a focus on interesting and heirloom vegetables, grown by local suppliers. By treating vegetables with the same consideration as protein they are demonstrating that vegetarian dishes are just as delicious as any other menu item. Nick’s eclectic wine list, featuring natural and organic vintages from passionate producers, is perfectly suited to the vegetarian menu.
Yellow is located in the iconic Yellow House building in Potts Point where acclaimed designer Pascale Gomes-McNabb has created a dining room that pays homage to the building’s history with a warm and contemporary edge.
Yellow is open for dinner seven nights a week from 6pm, breakfast on Saturday and Sunday from 8am-12pm and lunch 12pm-3pm.
On Saturday nights we offer tasting menus only, including a vegan tasting menu. See our Menu pages for details.
Reservations are recommended for lunch & dinner service. Breakfast guests are seated on a walk-in basis.
“To have such an intuitive chef cook meat-free at such a high level is new, exciting, and a real signpost for the industry.” Terry Durack, Sydney Morning Herald