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Networking lunch takes to the water

25 Oct 2016

Numbers are building quickly for the last Docklands Networking Lunch for 2016.

On Friday, November 11, the lunch takes to the water for a 1.5 hour cruise down towards the bay on Melbourne’s Showboat, the Lady Cutler.  Get there by noon for a 12.30pm departure.  The cruise returns at 2pm.

This lunch is not to be missed, particularly if you haven’t seen this part of Melbourne from the water.  The Port of Melbourne is a fascinating place to see from the river.

Captain Jeff’s hard-working crew have put together a cracker of a menu. It is:

Entree:  Share platter with trio of Japanese panko prawn; shiitake, mushroom and mozarella arancini; and salt and pepper calamari – all served on crispy coleslaw with kewpie mayonnaise.

Main:  Porterhouse steak, green beans and roast vegetables served with beef jus;  OR bacon and brie chicken supreme, broccolini and mashed potato served with mushroom sauce. (NB: Dietary requirements catered for).

Dessert: Triple chocolate mousse cake; OR mixed berry cheesecake.

As always, lunch is served with house red and white wine, full-strength and light beers and soft drinks.

Bookings must be received and paid before November 4.

The boat leaves Central Pier (northern side) at 12.30 sharp.  So don’t get left behind!

Email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or phone the office on 8689 7979 to book and pay.

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