Swiss delights at Shute Harbour event
SHUTE Harbour is set to come alive again this Saturday night with their Taste of Switzerland night beginning at 6.30pm.
The restaurant’s new chef Bruno Annen is a Swiss national and learnt his trade there, which makes this a night not to be missed.
Annen’s cooking has been an instant hit with locals and he will be putting his home country on the plate this Saturday night.
Guests will enjoy an entree of a gruyere, bacon and leek tart, with a rocket-walnut salad and apple cider vinaigrette dressing.
The main will be an organic chicken breast wrapped in air dried speck, Swiss brown mushroom ragout along with a crispy fried potato rosti and garden fresh greens.
Dessert is a toblerone chocolate mousse with crispy nougat pieces, macerated strawberries and pistachio dust.
As always there will be live music to accompany the exquisite food and talented duo David Flower and Caroline Trengove will ensure this is a night to remember.
Flower learnt his trade on the Sunny Coast and has earned a healthy reputation in these parts with performances at many festivals in recent years and has generally learnt to call the Whitsundays his second home.
He sings a mixture of his own material and some popular covers.
Caroline Trengrove hails from Sydney with a long history of musical talent in her family.
She plays multiple instruments and is a singer songwriter of great depth and talent.
The two singers complement each other extremely well and will have the crowd bopping along all night ling.
For more information contact Rob Turner on 0411 725 775 or visit www.whitsundaytickets.com.au to book tickets.
CROWD FAVOURITE: Sunshine Coast based musician David Flower is playing at this Saturday's Taste of Switzerland event at the Shute Harbour Cafe and Bar.
SMOOTH VOICE: Multi-talented musician Caroline Trengove is also performing at the Taste of Switzerland event at the Shute Harbour Cafe and Bar.