You must try the Crab Carnival at The Morrison Sydney
It’s time for the Sydney Crab Carnival again the that means the institution that is The Morrison on George St is hosting it’s annual crustacean celebration that you cannot miss.
Think all the seafood and crab-related dishes you can imagine and then some – these guys are doing it all.
Hosted by The Morrison Bar & Oyster Room and Culinary Director chef Sean Connolly, The Crab Carnival has become an icon in the Sydney foodie scene.
From Monday March 26 – Sunday April 16, everyone is welcome to delve their claws into treats such as crab filled doughnut holes, Crab Mac & Cheese and Typhoon Shelter Mud Crab alongside a slew of oysters from the NSW coast and surrounds that will reshape your level of respective for Australian shoreline crustaceans.
A spin on traditional cocktails will also be on offer throughout the carnival– with Crab Apple Sangria’s and Crabby Mary’s doing the rounds. If that’s your thing; worth a shot.
Even if all things under the sea aren’t your go, fear not, The Morrison will be doing all manner of other dishes from their classics menu like slow-cooked free range lamb shoulder that melts off the bone with a raspberry vinegar,rosemary and star anise gravy, and salad caprese or local tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, basil and extra virgin olive oil.
See more at The Morrison’s website.
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