May
02
2012

Nowhere else, but Tasmania

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Foodies are known for their love of all things gourmet, but along with fine wines and vintage cheese it seems that seafood is now a regular fixture on the diners menu.

And what better way to indulge in a delicious meal than at what is set to be the island state's number one degustation event of the calendar year.

It is also a chance for some of the country's top cooks including celebrity chef Kylie Kwong and Michelin-starred Philippe Leban to get together and talk about their love of food, eating well and, most importantly, preserving marine life.

"With seafood, it is now well known that the number of fish in our seas has declined enormously and it’s important that as chefs, we prioritise food that is sustainably sourced and supports local communities," The Source Restaurant Head Chef Leban stated.

Leban also said that one of the most important aspects of making truly exquisite food was sourcing the best ingredients, which means learning more about how they are grown and caught.

The Nowhere Else on Earth Dinner will take place on Friday, May 25 at MONA and showcase the best in local, sustainable seafood. You can contact the venue for more information on ticket prices and availability. 

Nowhere Else on Earth Dinner

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