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Sally's Garden Party

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Mon 16 May 2016, 6:00pm

Where: Saigon Sally, 2 Duke Street, Windsor, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Per Person: $65.00 ea
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Saigon Sally's head chef Adrian Li will host his very first vegetarian dinner, showcasing his passion for creativity, produce and Asian-inspired flavour combinations at ‘Sally’s Garden Party’.

Throughout the evening, diners will be taken on a unique and meat-free culinary journey, delighting in dishes such as grilled corn with spring onion and ginger; cauliflower with fermented tofu, chives, peanuts and Sichuan oil; and tempura pumpkin with persimmon ginger sauce, pumpkin curry, watercress and silken tofu.

All of the dishes served are new to Saigon Sally and will be served on this night only. The five course, gluten free dinner is includes one earth-inspired drink on arrival.

Saigon Sally will be taking reservations for groups of all sizes, with all bookings needing to be pre-paid online.

About Saigon Sally
Hidden in the backstreets of Windsor, Saigon Sally is a contemporary Vietnamese restaurant that embodies the vibrant, casual dining Melbournians have come to love. Chef Adrian Li’s unique contemporary Asian cuisine is a clever combination of traditional Vietnamese produce and classical technique, paired with a passion for fresh local market produce.