Ging thai seafood sunday

Monday Munchies: April 11 – Seafood Sundays and Live Sessions

Welcome back to another edition of Monday Munchies. This week we’ll be covering a few of favourites from the harbour city highlighted by Il Pontile’s live music sessions in May and Butter expanding its at home menu to include a few more of our personal favourites – world famous ramen to your door? All that and more in this weeks edition of Monday Munchies. Let’s check it out.

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Live Music Hits Woolloomooloo Favourite Il Pontile

When: May 13th and 27th
What: Live music by Club Sol
Where: S2/6 Cowper Wharf Roadway, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011

One of our favourite Italian Restaurants in Sydney is bringing live music in May with Club Sol hitting Il Pontile on the 13th and 27th of May. Piloted by fourth-generation Naple born restaurateur and chef Mario Percuoco, the restaurant has become a Woolloomooloo Wharf favourite with fresh Italian staples such as seafood linguine and one of the best Tiramisu’s we’ve ever tasted. Come on down in May to check out the venue and enjoy live music, wine, and some of the best Italian in Sydney.

Related: Check out our full review of Il Pontile via this link.

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Butter at home

Image: Butter

Butter Expands at Home Dining Offerings

One of our favourite spots for Chicken, Ramen, Burgers and Boozy Cocktails in Sydney, Butter is expanding its at home dining choices with everything from Italian staples for the whole family to hangover cures that you’ll keep all for yourself. Beginning in the lockdowns of 2021, Butter began delivering their World Famous Ramen to your home, and today, they’ve made the full experience available from the seat of your couch with everything, including;

  • Butter’s Whole Fried Chicken
  • Butter’s OG Fried Chicken Ramen
  • Spicy Fried Chicken Noodles
  • Charred & Chopped Chicken Noodles
  • Hot & Numbing Impossible Noodle Soup
  • 9 Pac Crispy Fried Chicken Tenders
  • 6 and 15 Pac Crunchy Fried Chicken Wings
  • 2 and 6 Pac Butter x Impossible Burger Kits
  • Butter x Mumma Julian Impossible Lasagne
  • Butter’s Fire Hot Sauce 150ml
  • Butter’s Flour Spice Mix 450gm
  • Butter’s Togarashi Mix 80gm

Chef JVC has successfully proved frozen meals don’t have to be cheap, mass produced, stacked with unhealthy ingredients. Made with love in the exact same kitchens and by the same staff where all Butter goodness is created these meals are delicious and convenient. To pick up some Butter @ Home for yourself, click on the link below or head to a local stockist including; Ozharvest, Chefprep, ProduceDrop, IGA Thai Kee (Haymarket) or MilkRun.

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Providoor x three blue ducks

Image: Steven Woodburn

Three Blue Ducks is Now Available on Providoor

Orders available: Now
First delivery: 14th April 2022
Cities: Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne
Price: Banquets start at $140 and a la carte $12

Providoor is your secret date night delivery partner, delivering dishes and set menus from Sydney’s best restaurants to your front door where you can simply finish them at home. Nows the best chance to take advantage of the service as staple Three Blue Ducks has just joined the roster of restaurants with hero dishes that include;

  • Lamb Kofta, burnt eggplant yogurt, sumac onions, parsley
  • Braised beetroots, Persian feta, beet & macadamia crumb, Davidson plum
  • Steamed potatoes, shitake XO butter
  • Braised beef short rib, roasted pepper glaze
  • Kingfish pastrami, horseradish crème fraiche, pickled onions, herb salad, sourdough crisp
  • Burnt leeks, macadamia cheese, capers, macadamia

Check it all out via the link below.

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Tea and gin house

Image: EXAMPLE/ Samantha Rose

This Tea House Doubles as a Gin Palace by Night

What: Tea house that doubles as a gin bar.
Where: G&Tea, The Star Sydney.
Price: from $55pp

We’ll admit to living under the proverbial rock when it came to G&Tea in The Star Sydney. A tea room that doubles as a gin bar at night certainly sounds like our spot and with a decadent menu to accompany some of the best and rarest teas in the world we wish we knew about this place sooner.

Settled amongst the plush navy and rose velvet chairs, marble benchtops and golden lighting, diners can enjoy freshly-baked scones with housemade jam and chantilly cream (tick) alongside a carefully curated set menu of savoury and sweet bites designed to share. Other favourites of ours include cajun prawn remoulade with charred lemon served on a brioche bun and a delicate rye sandwich with smoked salmon, cream cheese, fennel and orange. For those with a sweet tooth, a vanilla bean panna cotta topped with gin-infused rhubarb and raspberry and a matcha & yuzu choux au craquelin.

The indulgent high tea menu ($55 per person) is served with a choice of tea or coffee, or can be upgraded to include sparkling wine (an additional $10 per person) or champagne (an additional $20 per person).

Once the sun sets, gin becomes the star of the show with a selection of Australia’s finest gins – served in classic gin & tonics or gin spritzes. You’ll also find innovative gin cocktails on the menu, like the G&Tea Martini with grown botanica gin, noilly prat & lishan tea, the Botanical Drop with grown botanica gin and lemon, and the Hummingbird Splice with roku gin, frangelico, pineapple and lime.

G&Tea is open seven days a week from 8:00am to 8:00pm, with high tea available from midday to 4:00pm Thursday to Sunday. For more information and to book, check out the link below.

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Ging thai seafood

Image: Crown Melbourne

Ging Thai Seafood Sundays

When: 13 March – 26th June 2022
What: Three tiers of Seafood at Ging Thai
Price: $160pp

We love nothing more than a seafood tower… and every Sunday until the end of June, Ging Thai will be selecting the finest locally sourced seafood and adding a contemporary Thai twist for ‘Seafood Sundays’ – a stunning three-tiered seafood delight to enjoy with friends.

Best shared alongside a few wines and good company, the South East Asian dishes will include cooked and chilled half shell scallops served with Thai style chilli fruit salad, wok-tossed blue swimmer crab cooked with scallions, heirloom tomato and sriracha sauce, as well as char-grilled half Panang marinated lobster finished with Thai basil and lime-infused oil.

This multi-tiered platter also comes served with a selection of seasonal Thai salads, jasmine rice, roti bread (yum) and betel leaf prawn curry sauce for happy dipping, so you will definitely leave more than satisfied. The restaurant recommends sharing between 2-3 people and matching the dishes with Wynn’s Reframed Cabernet Rose.

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JOURNALIST

Ben McKimm

Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Journalist position at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employing a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.