Melbourne Food & Wine Festival – Urban Hāngi

Saturday 28 March

“Community can be created anywhere if you think outside the square.”

This Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, we’re celebrating Māori culture with a hāngi.

What’s a hāngi? We’re glad you asked. It’s a traditional Māori method of slow-cooking food using heated rocks buried in an earth pit. But when you’re located in a concrete jungle, you need to get a bit creative – Head Chef Tony Moss will create an urban hāngi in a skip!

On Saturday the 28th of March, join us to experience this beautiful ritual. Enjoy delicious local Victorian produce and native Australian infused with a stunningly earthy taste. Menu coming soon!

Tickets are $103, includes a three course menu with matched wine and All Press coffee and can be purchased via the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival website.