West Beach Bathers Pavilion dusk
Join world-renowned chef Greg Malouf at West Beach Bathers Pavilion on Friday 8 November for a Middle Eastern food adventure to coincide with Melbourne’s Spring Racing Carnival.

The evening will kick off at 7:00pm with a Turkish delight martini and a camel race on the sands of St Kilda at West Beach Bathers Pavilion followed by Malouf’s Middle Eastern banquet feast.

West Beach Bathers Pavilion
330A Beaconsfield Parade, St Kilda VIC 3182

$135 per person or $1,500 for group booking of twelve ($125 pp)
Price includes Middle Eastern banquet feast, cocktail on arrival and entertainment

Bookings: unwind@westbeachstkilda.com.au or via Try Booking (note: booking fees apply) at www.trybooking.com/64304

For more information call 03 9593 8833 or visit www.westbeachstkilda.com.au.

Greg Malouf is one of Australia’s leading chefs.  An Australian of Lebanese descent, in 2012 Greg left Melbourne’s award-winning MoMo restaurant to take over the reins at the UK’s iconic Petersham Nurseries Café.  By the end of the year his Middle Eastern take on seasonal dining had earned the restaurant a Michelin star. This year Greg has once again taken on an exciting new challenge, moving to Dubai to take his innovative cuisine to the Middle East.  His new restaurant in Dubai’s financial district will open in late 2013.

West Beach Bathers Pavilion (Westie to the locals) was once one of three changerooms built in 1928; it’s a part of bayside Melbourne’s history.  It began as a hub for Melbourne’s colourful and burgeoning bathing population, but by the turn of the century had slipped into disrepair.  In 2009, after seven years of careful restoration, it was re-opened as a tearoom, bar and function venue.