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Stillwater's Tasmanian Truffle & Pinot Celebration Dinner on Saturday 26 July will be a memorable dining experience. Each year people from all over the country clamour for tickets for this gala event, featuring Tasmanian black (Perigord) truffles. The first Tasmanian truffle was found in 1999 but only relatively recently have Tasmanian truffles been harvested in commercial quantities. The quality of Tasmanian truffles is lauded among Australia's chefs.
All Tasmania's producing trufferies are in the north of the state, truffles for this dinner come from Tamar Valley Truffles (see below).
Through six tantalising courses (including dessert!) taste how versatile truffles can be, especially in the talented hands of the Stillwater team led by Chef Craig Will, elegantly served by the experienced Stillwater waitstaff led by James & Bianca Welsh.
Tasmanian wines, pinot aplenty of course, will be chosen to match each dish.
As usual we have timed the Pinot Showcase to finish at 4pm, allowing a rejuvenating breather, or snooze, before the dinner starts at 6.30pm
What: Six course Tasmanian truffle degustation menu with matching wines
When: Saturday July 26, 6.30 for 7pm
Where: Stillwater Restaurant, Ritchie's Mill, 2 Bridge Road (right near the Trevallyn bridge) Launceston. Phone 03 6331 4153
Price: $240 per person