In Honour of the Mighty Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

 In Sustainable

Fish & Co MSC certified wild caught Alaskan salmon cured with beetroot Watercress and horseradish dressing

Wild caught Alaskan sockeye salmon has the MSC certification for being sustainable.

The fish is deliciously rich in omega 3 with sumptuous red flesh.

The salmon is prepared five different ways.

Each course will be matched with a different organic or biodynamic wine.

Join us at Fish & Co

Tuesday 25th November from 7:30pm $125 per person

Five Courses of wild caught Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

Organic/Biodynamic matched wines

Raw Dessert Cakes by Sadhana Kitchen


layers of strawberry, vanilla and chocolate creme on a vanilla biscuit base

Salted Caramel & White Chocolate Banoffee

layers of white chocolate, banana and salted caramel creme on a vanilla biscuit base

Book quickly, only limited seating available

A night of amazing food and wine and inspiring conversation with Tom Kime and Marioul ‘Maz’ Pugoy from Sadhana Kitchen,

Sydney’s First Organic Wholefoods & Raw Foods Cafe

“Eating kindly and consciously unlocks the doors to an abundance of sustainable health and happiness for all beings, our environment and our world”

Maz Pugoy



Potted Alaskan sockeye salmon with preserved lemon & dill

served with watercress & herbs

Chalmers Organic Vermentino Heathcote, Victoria

Seared Alaskan sockeye salmon, ginger and sesame seeds

with chilli and sesame dressing

Heart of Oak Dry Biodynamic Chenin Blanc Mornington Peninsular

 Salad of aromatic tea smoked Alaskan sockeye salmon with pea shoots

baby broad beans, peas and mint

Rock Gully Organic Riesling Frankland River Region Western Australia

Harissa grilled Alaskan sockeye salmon

with spice roast beetroot  & orange salsa

Howard Park Flint Rock Shiraz Margaret River, Western Australia

 Raw Dessert by Sadhana Kitchen

Rosnay Sparkling Rose Canowindra, New South Wales

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