Sample the best restaurants on William Street with a long lunch

Food lovers will welcome the news that the William Street Long Lunch returns this March.  Local establishments Sauma, Bivouac, No Mafia, La Cholita and Shadow Wine Bar have joined forces again to bring back the ultimate roving lunch – 5 venues, 5 courses with drinks to match. Running every Saturday afternoon during March.

Spend the day weaving between the different venues sampling a little bit from each of their menus. This collaborative community experience begins at Indian restaurant Sauma, where foodies will whet their appetite with a Sunset Spritz and Tandoor roast chicken tikka, mint, pomegranate.

Bivouac will offer up Baby eggplant sabich, served with amba, tahini gribiche, herb and pickle salad, then cleanse the palate with a refreshing Mistelle Mule.

Then it’s across the road to No Mafia for Beetroot cured salmon with watercress, sea leaves and Campari, and an accompanying drop of Rosé.

After a short walk down William street, lunch-goers will arrive at Mexican joint La Cholita for a Mexican Lager or La Paloma, and Spicy duck taquitos, red onion, tomato, feta, avocado paste.

The roving lunch is capped off with Shadow Wine Bar’s dessert – Almond sponge, burnt butter creme and roasted grapes with an Amaro.

The William Street Long Lunch begins anytime between 11.30am – 1.00pm at Sauma. No bookings required, patrons can just stroll in and go at their own pace. 5 courses, 5 venues, $75 per person ($15 to be paid at each venue).

Between each course you could fit in a spot of shopping, a few extra drinks or sit and watch the world pass by.

Source: Media Release