Amazing fine dining in your own home brought to you by chef Nelly Robinson of nel.
Looking to impress at your next dinner party? Enjoy a full restaurant dining experience at home and have chef Nelly Robinson of award-winning nel. restaurant cook and present a delicious dinner, including matching wines, to you and your guests.
Head chef and owner of nel. restaurant in Sydney, Nelly Robinson, began his career at Michelin-starred restaurant Northcote Manor in the UK when he was 15-years-old before being named head chef at Stanley House in the UK at the age of 22. After moving to Australia, Nelly opened nel. restaurant in 2015.
Setting Sydneysiders’ tastebuds alight since its opening, nel. offers diners a global-infused culinary experience and has seen Nelly and his team widely celebrated for their contemporary interpretations of modern Australian cuisine. It has notched up a seriously impressive list of award nominations, including Time Out Sydney’s 2015 & 2016 People’s Choice Award, Dimmi People’s Choice of Australia 2015 and Delicious Magazine’s Top 100 in 2016.
For your next dinner party or celebration here’s your chance to wow your guests with Nelly as your chef for the evening. Bringing with him the high standards of nel. in the comfort and exclusivity of your own home, you’re in for one amazing experience.
You and your guests will be treated to a degustation menu (of either six to eight-courses) featuring premium, seasonal produce cooked and presented to you by Nelly, along with beautiful matching wines. His fun and innovative approach to cooking is bound to win all of your guests over, so all you’ll have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the evening (compliments of the chef!).
For further details about this exciting experience, enquire now.
All Lime&Tonic vouchers have five years’ validity. The voucher for this experience is valid for 6 months, after which point your voucher value will turn into credit to use towards any Lime&Tonic experience during the remaining 54 months.
Not available on special event days (including, but not limited to, Valentines Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Melbourne Cup, Christmas Day and New Years Eve).