Man­tarays serves up flavours of Gas­coyne

Pilbara News - - Lifestyle -

FOOD FES­TI­VAL Surf and Turf on Sun­rise Beach, Sun­day, Au­gust 13, $130 a per­son. Visit carnar­von.org.au/ taste/food­fes­ti­val.

Man­tarays Nin­ga­loo Beach Re­sort in Ex­mouth is host­ing a Surf and Turf on Sun­rise Beach din­ner this week­end as part of the Gas­coyne Food Fes­ti­val.

Guests will be treated to an ar­ray of gourmet food made from lo­cal pro­duce, amid the breath­tak­ing back­drop of Sun­rise Beach.

Perth chefs Melissa Palinkas and Peter Man­i­fis will be whip­ping up de­li­cious meals made from Gas­coyne pro­duce.

Man­tarays gen­eral man­ager Dar­ren Cos­sill said the event would be a great way to pro­mote the re­gion.

“I think it’s im­por­tant to pro­mote re­gional pro­duce and the re­gion as a whole,” he said. “The chefs get to ex­pe­ri­ence the lo­cal pro­duce that they can then bring to their restau­rants in Perth.”

The Gas­coyne Food Fes­ti­val, which started on Sun­day, will run un­til Satur­day, Au­gust 19.

While the fes­ti­val is based in Carnar­von, it hosts a se­ries of satel­lite events across the re­gion, in­clud­ing in Ex­mouth, at Dirk Har­tog Is­land and Mount Au­gus­tus.

The fes­ti­val aims to show­case and cel­e­brate the re­gion’s pro­duce.

Chef Peter Man­i­fis will share the taste of Gas­coyne pro­duce with pun­ters at the Gas­coyne Food Fes­ti­val this fort­night.

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