Mother’s Day felt really different last year and it’s only fitting that we can celebrate this year – bigger and better than ever.
That is why Head Chef/Owner Natasya Soetantyo of Salt & Palm restaurant in Glebe has decided to change up her usual lunch format and has developed a bespoke and authentic Indonesian High Tea experience for customers to enjoy.
For $40 per person, guests will be treated to a selection of over 10 house-made small Indonesian traditional snacks with the perfect balance between sweet and savoury.
Playing to the nostalgia of a childhood favourite snack in Indonesia, Kue Cubit is a bite-sized sweet pancake topped with chocolate sprinkles or cheese. DadarGulung, a traditional pandan crepe roll filled with caramelised shredded coconut and palm sugar filling, is also included on the menu.
It’s no secret that Australians love avocado so it’s only fitting that Es Teler gets a shoutout – an iced coconut cream with avocado, jackfruit, young coconut flesh and coco pandan syrup.
From the savoury selections, Salt & Palm favourites including Sate Ayam (chicken satay skewers served with their house-made peanut sauce and pickles) and Bakwan Jagung (Indonesian corn fritters seasoned with garlic, spring onion and parsley) will be available.
All high tea is offered with a selection of T2 Tea or single-origin coffee beans from Toraja, Indonesia – which are roasted by Natasya’s good friends at The Q on Harris.
Mother’s Day High Tea at Salt & Palm | Sunday, 9 May, 12pm–3pm22 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037
02 8068 7310
Cost: $40 per person ($45 for a glass of prosecco to be added)
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