THE SERVE

The Weekend Australian - Travel - - Indulgence -

MORE­word­stoadd to the an­noy­ing culi­nary terms lex­i­con: Max Bren­ner has ap­pointed what it claims is the world’s first ‘‘chocista’’, which is an ex­pert hot chocolate maker, ap­par­ently. Al­most as ridicu­lous as the ‘‘seme­liers’’ be­ing in­tro­duced at some restau­rants to ad­vise din­ers on which salt to use Lon­don restau­rant ship His­pan­iola is host­ing a Fawlty Tow­ers Din­ing Ex­pe­ri­ence in which guests are served a meal by a cast recre­at­ing the hap­less hoteliers from the BBC tele­vi­sion se­ries. If De­tec­tive had known there was a liv­ing to be made from lousy food and slip­shod ser­vice, she’d have have started ad­ver­tis­ing her pri­vate din­ner par­ties years ago.

Michelle Rowe’s

Food De­tec­tive col­umn re­turns on July 2.

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