Dinner at Our House with Anthony Myint
Chef, author and restauranteur Anthony Myint is bringing his culinary expertise and sustainable practices to the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival this March.
Myint is the San Francisco-based chef and founder of influential US restaurants, including Mission Chinese Food, Commonwealth Restaurant, and the environmentally friendly The Perennial in his home city. He is also an author and co-founder of ZeroFoodprint, an initiative working to reduce the carbon footprint of the global food production system.
Dinner at Our House will see Myint showcasing his skills at the House of Food and Wine Hotel at the Hotel Lindrum, as part of the festival’s sustainable dinner series. Myint will collaborate with the chefs-in-residence Matt Stone and Jo Barrett (Oakridge Wines) to create a locally sourced and sustainable menu taking influences from Asian cuisine.
The heritage-listed Hotel Lindrum on Flinders Street Melbourne has been transformed for the festival to host a special program of menus and events showcasing Victorian produce. Over ten days both local and international chefs will collaborate in the kitchen and reflect the ZeroFoodprint ethos in all facets of their dishes, including how they source ingredients and handle waste.
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