The return of the Evergreen Chef Series with Alejandro Saravia and Peter Kuruvita

At last, the highly anticipated Evergreen Chef Series has been locked in for 2022, with Peruvian chef Alejandro Saravia and Alba Noosa’s Peter Kuruvita (ex-Noosa Beach House) taking over the Evergreen kitchen at Crown over the next two months. You can find the details below, including two decadent degustation-style dinners and High Tea but not as you know it:

Peter Kuruvita | Feb 10 – 12 | $195pp for 7 courses including cocktail on arrival

Internationally renowned chef, restaurateur, television presenter and author Peter Kuruvita joins the Chef Series presenting a seven-course dinner menu that showcases the flavours of his Sri Lankan childhood. Each dish tells a story in which Peter will share with guests in this one of a kind culinary experience paired with an exceptional selection of Victorian wines and single-origin Dilmah tea.

High Tea presented by Peter Kuruvita | Feb 12 & 13 | $90pp including a cocktail on arrival

Peter’s High Tea event will showcase a remarkable pairing of flavours with tea-infused sweet and savoury delights, uncovering the versatility of tea as an ingredient. Guests can expect Sri Lankan fish cutlets, roasted duck hand rolls and pumpkin scones with black tea cream alongside an array of Dilmah teas to match.

Alejandro Saravia | March 17 – 19 | $250pp for 6 courses including vermouth and paired wines

Peruvian chef Alejandro Saravia of Farmer’s Daughters will be hosting the Evergreen event from March 17 – 19, showcasing his passion for Victorian produce over six delectable courses featuring Apollo Bay lobster, Wagyu striploin and Tambo Valley honey and lemon cheesecake.

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