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Forget boring British food. The Commoner takes traditional British cooking to a whole new and delicious level using local ingredients. For the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival's The Roast Collection, Warialda Belted Galloway Sirloin will be the star every Saturday in June. This dry aged and grass fed sirloin will be slow roasted and served with smoked bone marrow, pine mushrooms, roasted slippery jack potatoes and Yorkshire pudding at $35. You can add a choice of entree or dessert and main for $45 or $65 for the amuse & 3 courses 'Feed Me' menu.