Variety on King William has today released their Asian inspired menu for this year’s
event, coinciding with the announcement that 10 additional tables have been released to the popular event which sold out a few days ago.
John Karran, Chairman of the Variety on King William steering group said that on behalf of the whole team behind this event, he was delighted to announce the extra tables that went on sale today.
“This event is now in its fifth year, and despite being a tricky event to pull off, the uniqueness and wow factor that the event delivers for the road has meant that it continues to grow in popularity year on year. We are confident we can service the extra demand and hope these additional 10 tables will be snapped up fast,” he said.
Not only will guests be treated to a runway show featuring the best spring/summer trends but they will also enjoy a four course Asian inspired menu from some of the road’s best restaurants.
The event will bring Ichitaro Dining, Light Bulb Café, Parisi’s, Stumps Bistro, Mulots Patisserie and By Blackbird out from the kitchen and onto the road to showcase their Asian inspired menu which features crowd pleasers to delight the fashion savvy crowd.
John went on to say that it was a credit to the chefs and restaurant owners who have collaborated closely this year to present this delicious menu which reflects the Escape to the Orient theme paying tribute to Adelaide’s love affair with China. “Our key point of difference is that an event of this size has restaurant quality food. Behind the scenes that process has taken months and it really is a testament to our traders who have worked so closely together to make this happen,” he said.
This year’s menu will be matched with fine SA wines from Fox Gordon, Wicks Estate and Tomich Wines which have all been generously donated for this event.
Events like this couldn’t happen without the princely support of some other generous businesses. This year, Mercedes-Benz Adelaide is joined by Singapore Airlines as well as other principal partners like: The Adelaide Fashion Festival, The City of Unley, Fotobase, LB Events, Novatech, Haley Renee Photography and White Marquee to name a few!
Variety on King William is on Friday 21 October 2016, 12pm – 3.30pm. Tickets costs $150pp or $1500 for a table of 10 and can be purchased online – www.kingwilliamroad.com.au.
Variety on King William proudly supports Variety SA – The Children’s Charity.
Don’t forget, that if you can’t make the “Variety Lunch”, you can still see all the highlights including the fashion show, whilst enjoying a coffee or lunch at one of the road’s many cafes and restaurants.
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*Please note that only a small section of the Road is closed to traffic, the footpaths are open to all and the shops will be open as normal.
2016 VARIETY ON KING WILLIAM MENU
Canapés Matched with 2012 Wicks Estate “Pamela” Sparkling
Itchitaro Dining Soy poached tuna, roasted garlic ponzu dressing
Avocado, tomato & onion salad sushi with yuzu miso dressing
Light Bulb Cafe
Matched with Tomich 2015 Woodside Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc and San
Soy and mirin glazed chicken with grilled la vera haloumi, pickled shiitake
mushrooms, beetroot and crispy shallots salad
Sponsored by Hyde Park Fruit and Veg
Main Course One Matched with 2016 Wicks Estate Sauvignon Blanc
Parisi’s Petunia “king reef” NT barramundi fillet marinated with sumac and coriander,
topped with seasonal bok nee mushrooms (black fungus) blended with fresh
spring onion, carrot and capsicum salad, served in a seafood bouillon
Main Course Twoi Matched with Fox Gordon 2013 By George Cabernet Tempranillo
Stumps Master stock pork belly, rice noodle salad, nahn jim, salted caramel peanuts, fish floss and crispy lotus root Sides Hyde Park Bakery roll served with olive oil and balsamic Seasoning Murray River Salt Alternate Drop Dessert Matched with Tomich Wines NV Woodside Vineyard Sparkling T
Mulot’s Patisserie Lychees encased in mango and passion fruit mousse with diced mango and a strawberry and passion fruit coulis By Blackbird The Red Empress – an Asian themed dessert much like a fortune cookie, made from shoux pastry… see what fortune it may bring you
Sponsored by Murphy’s Crossing Free Range Eggs, BD Paris Creek Milk,
Tony n Mark’s Direct and Bidvest Direct
Complemented by Cotto Espresso coffee
Guests will also enjoy Acqua Panna still water and McLaren Vale Beer