Picture this: you and your friends being chauffeured around town to one of the city’s best restaurants, where a reserved table laden with food and drinks awaits. The next night, the same experience at a different restaurant. Every night for a week.
For one lucky Broadsheet reader and three of their friends, such a preposterous fantasy is about to come true. In partnership with the new Honda HR-V, we’ve arranged a full week of back-to-back dinners at some of Melbourne’s best restaurants.
The itinerary includes dinners at the Town Mouse’s little sister Embla; Andreas Papadakis’s latest Italian offering with a worldly twist, Osteria Ilaria; Andrew McConnell’s new menu at the Cutler & Co bar; Long Chim, where you can experience a mix of sweet, spicy and salty – that’s including in the cocktails; Tulum, the place to eat modern Turkish-Anatolian fare; Chris Lucas’s new Japanese fine-dining restaurant, Kisume; and South Yarra’s aptly named offering with an ever-evolving menu, Atlas.
We’ve sorted the venues, you choose the company. Ensure lifelong best friends by keeping the same crew each night, or mix it up with a rotating cast. It’s up to you. Honda will take care of the transport for the evening and be designated driver, ferrying you from table to table in a brand new Honda HR-V, so everyone can have the night – or nights – off.
Seven Dinners in Seven Nights will run from September 11 to 17. Don’t miss this one. Fill in the form below by September 4 for your chance to win.
Seven Dinners in Seven Nights is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with the new Honda HR-V, the perfect partner for exploring the best dining destinations around town.