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Members' Dining Room
Festive Menu order two courses from the select dishes for $42.00, or three courses for $52.00*
Two course menu served within the hour. *$5.00 additional for premium dishes Individual items are available at a la carte prices.

entrée soup of the day 11.00

main course roast turkey breast with kassler ham baked vegetables, sage and onion stuffing chestnut, cranberry sauce 31.50 grilled chicken breast with potato purée shiitakes, porcini sauce market fresh catch of the day with complementary garnish green and white asparagus risotto truffled pecorino, basil foam gippsland striploin (280g) green peppercorn compote emmental baked field mushroom *baked whole pacific flounder (700g) crispy fries

wood smoked salmon with shellfish gelée golden citron caviar 19.00 ham hock and savoy cabbage terrine with saffron potatoes, apple purée sauce gribiche 19.00 handmade pappardelle with a ragout of artichokes palm hearts shaved manchego coffin bay, south australian oysters natural or sherry vinaigrette (½ dozen)

33.50

32.50

17.00

28.00

20.50

35.50

37.00

dessert brandy custard, berry compote spice shard soft meringue with raspberry biscotti berry compote, limoncello drops gianduja parfait with puff squares rhubarb foam, honeycomb crumbs chocolate swirl *premium cheese selection served with nuts, quince paste lavosh

*beer battered king george whiting fries, tartare sauce 13.90

35.00

13.90

side dishes corn cobbettes baby caesar salad 7.90 7.90 7.90

13.90

roasted potatoes with garlic and thyme

18.50
Special dietary requirements catered for at your request. Prices inclusive of GST. Menu subject to change.

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