Freshly shucked oyster, red chilli, lime juice and crisp eschalots / Image courtesy of Longrain Melbourne
Longrain opened the doors of a 100-year-old converted warehouse-style building in 2005, offering scrumptious blend of Thai and Southern Chinese influenced cuisine in Melbourne. With the vivid memory of its hot and sour prawn dish for Melbourne's Look.Stop.Taste food festival still on my palate, I caught up with Natasha Firman to find out what the restaurant had in store for Christmas.
The long and round communal tables in this contemporary restaurant will enable customers to dine in Xmas banquet style. Executive chef Martin Boetz has designed a banquet menu with generous main-dish portions perfect for sharing among 4 people or larger groups for Christmas celebrations.
Filled eggnet, pork, prawns, peanuts, caramelised coconut and cucumber relish / Image courtesy of Longrain Melbourne