The easiest way to do Christmas lunch

QGSHQD-0304All I want for Christmas… is not to do the washing up.

If you’ve ever dreamt of turkey with all the trimmings, but your Martha Stewart game isn’t strong, throw down the tea towel and turkey baster. Make a beeline for Q Dining, Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour’s fine dining restaurant. The intimate dining room, tucked up against floor to ceiling windows with some of the best views in town, is pulling out all the stops to make sure your Christmas feast is fun, not frustrating. Did we mention the bottomless bubbles?

This Christmas Day, Chef Joshua Davidson’s three course menu will cover all the classics. This will not be your average Christmas meal – there’s not a jar of cranberries in sight or a frazzled relative behind the stove. Instead, expect king prawns to start, roast turkey dotted with chestnuts, confit heirloom carrots and almond cream and a spectacular mini Christmas pud for dessert! And you won’t ever want plain old custard again, when you devour a rich Christmas pudding that’s drizzled in brandy custard and paired with a fresh cherry sorbet we had to stop ourselves licking off the plate.

Forget the eggnog, free flowing Champagne will keep you all merry. And you might need that merriment. Q Dining takes care of the food shopping, the cooking, the cleaning and the washing up – but you still have to deal with your loved ones! Q Dining is the Pullman Quay Grand’s hidden gem, sitting just below our favourite watering hole, Hacienda, but we don’t think it will stay that secret for long – don’t wait too long to check it out!

Q DiningChristmas Lunch on the Quay
Q Dining
$299 per adult, $149.50 per child (non-alcoholic beverages included for 17 years and under)
Bookings essential, qdining.sydney@accor.com/ 02 9256 4044

 

About the author

Lisa used to use Sydney as a base to drop off souvenirs before heading off on the next adventure but these days she’s got her feet almost on the ground, with a desire to try every high tea in Sydney, and a cute cavoodle puppy at home. Travel writer, photographer and Kitchen Aid freak, she loves to eat, bake and write.

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