THE GREVILLE BRINGS DRINKS, FOOD AND DANCE TO GREVILLE STREET

The much-anticipated and multifaceted venue The Greville at 132-134 Greville Street, Prahran has opened, just in time for Summer. The Greville Restaurant and Bar is inspired by the glitz and glam of the South of France and Italian Riviera mixed with the urban sensibility of Greville Street’s landscape and historic Victorian architecture.

The Greville is super-chic with rounded mirrors, monochrome tiles and plush velvet horizontal channel booth seating featuring in the design, accompanied with steel coated bar stools and bistro style chairs. The Greville is comprised of 3 connected areas with the idea in mind that you start with a drink, and then move through for a dining experience then up a level to the dance floor!

 

Patrons can enjoy curated cocktails, top shelf spirits and fine wines amongst the pink velvet walls of the Champagne Bar on entry. Follow the emerald green, marble and brass surroundings of the Restaurant to enjoy modern Australian share plates then make your way up the stairs to dance the night away at Level 1 @ The Greville. What was once Boutique now lives Level 1 @ The Greville which will be open every Friday and Saturday nights making The Greville the perfect place for the whole experience – pre- dinner cocktails, dining and dancing!

From 9pm until 3am, patrons can enjoy cocktails at the bar, hit the dance floor with Melbourne’s best DJs spinning tunes or sit back and take it all in from the booth with bottle service. Alan Coop (ex-Katuk, Maeve Fox and Steer Dining Room) The Greville’s Head Mixologist and Bar Manager has curated a bespoke cocktail menu for The Greville’s opening summer season some of the new and delicious drops include Mid Summer Nights [Four Pillars Rare Dry, Blood Orange Syrup, Ginger Juice and Sambuca], Basil Rolling [Basil infused Belvedere Vodka, St. Germain, Lime juice, Sugar and Soda Water] and Smoke & Mirrors [Vida Mezcal, Honey, Laphroaig and Angostura Bitters].


Head Chef Casey Norman presents a modern Australian menu incorporating a collection of techniques established over 16 years as a Chef. Using her experience gained in famed restaurants such as Cumulus Inc. and Baby in Melbourne to Fable in Vancouver, Casey brings a strong commitment to local sustainable produce to the table. From the Gippsland beef to the Koo Wee Rup asparagus on the menu, a commitment to Victorian producers is Norman’s top priority. Having visited The Greville’s suppliers on the farm Casey is able to be confident with the knowledge of their ethical and sustainable farming practices. Norman’s menu is aimed at sharing with her stand out dishes being the Kobe Beef  Tartare [w. Capers, Radish, Cornichons & Croutons], the Grilled Calamari [w. Smoked Ricotta, Salmoriglio, Garlic Chips & Herbs], the Yellow Fin Tuna Tartare [w. avocado, potato crisps] and the King Prawns [w. Spicy Remoulade, Apple, Quinoa Crisp].

The Greville is located at 132 – 134 Greville Street, Prahran
Phone Number: 03 9070 3980
www.thegreville.com.au

Images by Lauren Sadler

 

SUSHI SUSHI EXPANDS MENU WITH AUTHENTIC JAPANESE SUMMER SALADS

Australia’s original Japanese-inspired sushi store, Sushi Sushi, is launching a range of freshly hand-crafted salads for those in search of light, healthy meals this summer. Developed from ancient flavours, Sushi Sushi’s Tasty Japanese Salads will reflect an authentic Japanese taste with a modern culinary twist – providing something delicious to suit every taste bud.

The Tasty Japanese Salads will be available in three variations from Sushi Sushi stores nationwide. Sesame Chicken Slaw, Teriyaki Salmon and Rice*, and Vegetarian Soba Noodle salads will be dairy free and range from 441 to 1,116 kilojoules. High quality ingredients such as red quinoa, koshikari rice, pickled daikon, inari, edamame, kale slaw and green tea soba
noodles will provide each salad with a unique Japanese flavour currently not available at any other sushi or salad QSR (quick-service restaurant).

In stores nationwide from now throughout summer for a limited time only, Sushi Sushi’s Tasty Japanese Salads are only $6.95 – making them an affordable-yet-healthy light lunch and dinner option.

To find your nearest Sushi Sushi store, please visit www.sushisushi.com.au.
*Teriyaki Salmon and Rice is also egg free.

About The Author

Katherine Ng

Katherine is not your typical Beauty Editor. Finance consultant by day and beauty and fashion addict at all other times, Katherine spends her hard-earned money helping the Australian and international economy with her never ending pursuit of everything pretty. A keen traveller, Katherine still holds dear her Melbourne roots with an overflowing wardrobe filled with black clothes, shoes and handbags. Katherine also has a deep love of food and wine, and you can find those adventures on instagram at @thegreedykat Email: [email protected] Twitter: @kath_couturing Instagram: @kath_ng

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