A Night in Lebanon is Barzaari Chippendale‘s final dinner of their series that explores the little known flavours of Eastern Mediterranean regions. It is these regions and flavours that have inspired the menu at Barzaari Chippendale. On 14 August, for one night only, diners will taken on an in-depth and delicious journey of the tastes and culture of Jordan with a five-course meal (plus snacks to start).
Chef Darryl Martin will serve dishes such as Druze Koosa – Braised zucchini stuffed with walnuts, raisins, sumac, olive oil from Azraq, 100km’s east of Amman. Sayadiyah – Baked Garfish, aromatic rice, onion & pine nuts from Aqaba, Jordan’s only coastal city. Qatayef – Crisp pancake, fruit n’ nuts & blossom cream from Madaba, 30km’s South-West of Amman.
Wednesday, August 14th
Barzaari Chippendale, 3 Kensington Street, Chippendale
Price: $75 per person. Beverages by consumption
Reservations are recommended and can be made through https://barzaari-chippendale.com.au
Aged shanklish in olive oil
Azraq, 100km’s east of Amman
“Druze Koosa”- Braised zucchini – walnuts, raisins, sumac, olive oil
Irbid, 20km’s south of the Syrian border.
“Markouk, Galayet bandora’’- Flatbread, braised tomato, pepper & olive oil
Aqaba, Jordan’s only coastal city, far south west on the shore of the Gulf of Aqaba, meeting the Red sea.
“Sayadiyah”- Baked Garfish, aromatic rice, onion & pine nuts
Al Karak, 140km’s south of Jordan’s capital Amman.
“Mansaf”- Camel Chuck- slow cooked, Jameed, bulgur, accompaniments
Madaba, 30km’s South-West of Amman.
‘’Qatayef’’- Crisp pancake- fruit n’ nuts, blossom cream