Our 2019 lunches are a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of a unique experience that celebrates South Australian people and produce – combining fascinating personalities, incredible food and an exclusive insight into festival program highlights – only on The Palais. We’re blending some of SA’s most famous chefs and personalities with extraordinary Festival inspired entertainment, creating a Long Lunch series you’ll never forget. Stories, songs, music and performance all drawn from the festival program, served up with great SA food from our favourite cooks.
This is food and festival taken to the next level, so be quick – there are only three lunches and tickets are limited.
We’re delighted to welcome one of Australia’s culinary icons to The Palais for a unique food and music experience. Maggie Beer is one of our best known and most celebrated cooks and she’ll bring her special blend of delicious flavours inspired by seasonal local produce to her Long Lunch menu. Joined by the incomparable Robyn Archer, performing songs from her Festival show Picaresque, this will be a truly memorable event from these two SA stars.
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Maggie Beer hardly needs an introduction, her cooking and products are known universally and she has earned her reputation as a “food icon” through decades of serving and promoting delicious, seasonal driven, local produce. Synonymous with the Barossa Valley, Maggie and her husband Colin established the now legendary Pheasant Farm in the 1970’s and continue to operate a food empire with a product range and some ten cook books being just some of her numerous career highlights. Maggie is a much-loved TV personality on popular programs such as The Cook and The Chef (with Simon Bryant), Masterchef and many others.