The Bank of Melbourne World’s Longest Lunch last Friday was the perfect way to kick off the  Melbourne Food and Wine Festival (16-25 March, 2018). This year the event left the city for the banks of the Maribyrnong River where 1700 diners sat on two 500 meter long tables for three delicious courses prepared by Adam D’Sylva (Tonka, Coda) and Jerry Mai (Annam, Pho Nom), who brought together their Vietnamese, Italian and Indian and Cambodian roots into a beautiful feast. Pastry Chef Kay-Lene Tan (Tonka, Coda) created a delectable dessert course to finish the wonderful meal that was accompanied by matched wines from Tahbilk, beer from Stella Artois, and still and sparkling water by Sanpellegrino and Acqua Panna. Followed by coffee from Lavazza.

See the lunch in photos below

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