The Weekend Australian - Travel - - Travel & Indulgence - SU­SAN KURO­SAWA

CROWNE­PLAZA Ter­ri­gal’s sig­na­ture res­tau­rant, Seasalt, over­looks the Nor­folk pines­tud­ded name­sake Nsw­cen­tral coast beach and of­fers a fine­din­ing de­gus­ta­tion menu that reads like a fish­er­man’s haul, with the meaty bonuses of slow­braised pork cheek and white Pyre­nees lamb loin ($105; or­der in ad­vance). Seasalt also has a two-course menu for $40, with choices such as an en­tree of beet­root tart tatin, salad of roasted fen­nel, red shal­lots, radic­chio, wal­nuts and ri­cotta and, for a main, king salmon risotto, enoki and shimeji mush­rooms and as­para­gus and pea salsa. More: crowne­plaza­ter­ri­ ARM­CHAIR TRAV­ELLER Ne­fer­titi and the Lost Dy­nasty: State-of-the-art sci­ence ar­rives in Egypt’s his­tory-rich Val­ley of the Kings near Luxor to in­ves­ti­gate a leg­endary fam­ily of pharoahs who ruled 3000 years ago. Are the re­mains of Queen Ne­fer­titi among pre­vi­ously uniden­ti­fied mum­mies? Tonight, 7.30pm, His­tory Chan­nel. The Res­tau­rant In­spec­tor: Fer­nando Peire from the suc­cess­ful Ivy in London tries to sort out strug­gling restau­rants but with­out the ex­ple­tives of Gor­don Ram­say in Kitchen Night­mares; tonight he’s at a woe­ful ‘‘Greek-themed’’ eatery in Som­er­set. Tues­day, 8.30pm, Life­style.

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