Last Friday night saw us sitting above the hustle and bustle of the city, taking in a picturesque Adelaide sunset at the ever-hospitable 2KW. To make it all the more special, we were celebrating International Oyster Day and the launch of the Adelaide Oyster Festival along side Henschke Wines.
Out to taste from Henschke was their 2015 vintage Sauvingon Blanc - Semillon, paired with this was a variety of freshly shucked oysters from around the state. Whilst the naturally served oysters were phenomenal, the Bloody Mary style oysters stole the show and worth a try - even for those who don't usually fancy oysters.
So you know we've had our turn, but when is yours? Well you're in luck because on Saturday the 3rd of September 2KW will be holding their Adelaide Oyster Festival and it is going to be particularly amazing. 2KW Bar & Restaurant’s Business Development Manager Nick Finn said:
“The Adelaide Oyster Festival 2016 will be a seafood lover’s heaven. We’ll be serving oysters in over ten different ways.” "...In addition, there will be an array of delicate seafood canapes and an impressive and tasty seafood paella”. “We have also partnered with Arbeaumont Champagne, Sidewood wine & cider and Coopers beer to ensure the oysters are washed down in style.”
Tickets to the Adelaide Oyster Festival are very limited and come at a price of $90 per head, so securing yourself a ticket quickly is advised if you don't want to miss this flavourful event.
Buy Tickets: Ph: 8212 5511 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more Information visit the 2KW Bar and Restaurant Facebook page.
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