Mediterranean eats and beach-club beats – take a summer holiday to the French Riviera at The Star
Wouldn’t it be nice to laze around on a yacht sailing the French Riviera? Although we may have to wait a little bit longer before we jet to Europe, that doesn’t mean that we can’t enjoy all of the luxuries that an intercontinental holiday affords. Enter The Star Gold Coast, the Broadbeach favourite that is transporting revellers to the French Riviera this summer. Over one fun-filled month, The Lawn at Garden Kitchen & Bar will be transformed into a coastal paradise – think top-tier cocktails, classic Mediterranean eats and European beach-club vibes. Basically all of the fun without the pricey plane fare!
From Thursday December 17 to Sunday January 17, 2021, eager globetrotters will be able to experience the glamour, delicious bites and luxe beachside vibes of the French Riviera at The Star. It’s at this gateway to Saint-Tropez where you’ll be met with a salivation-inducing selection of eats inspired by the Mediterranean. From Thursday to Sunday, adventurers can take their tastebuds on a journey with elegant fare like Sydney rock oysters with apple cider mignonette, Hervey Bay scallops served with smoked garlic butter and sundried tomato tapenade, and a charcuterie board with air-dried wagyu bresaola, prosciutto, triple-cream brie, aioli and woodfired flat bread.
If you want to save some sweet cash (it might come in handy when international travel is on the cards again), then head to The Lawn on Thursday to take advantage of some $5 dining deals – you can grab the likes of crispy school prawns with aioli, duck rillette flat bread with quince mayonnaise, and pommes frites topped with truffle salt and aioli. It can all be washed down with a deluxe champagne cocktail (combining Grey Goose and Veuve Clicquot), a watermelon cooler or lychee spritz before you step onto the dancefloor to groove the night away to the tune of DJ beats and killer acoustic acts. This summer is shaping up to be a real trip.
This article was written with our friends at The Star. To learn more about the French Riviera event, head to The Star’s website.