The last Queen of France; the initially popular Marie Antoinette eventually came to be disliked, accused of being profligate & promiscuous. In November, we introduce the 'Marie Antoinette'. This complex yet comforting cocktail is as decadent, disobedient and mischievous as its namesake.
The scandal, the decadence, the history, all pave the way to a complex cocktail that is artisanal, small batch and delightfully delicious.
The cocktails champion, Gin, didn't used to be so appealing. William Hogarth’s Gin Lane (four years before the birth of poor Marie Antoinette) depicted the evils of the consumption of gin. A lot has changed for the spirit leading the craft distilling movement.
Tattersalls Club brings you the Marie Antoinette, made with Archie Rose Gin, Campari, & lemon juice. Don’t let its refined look fool you or it will be off with your head!
Speaking of decadence...well look no further, Tattersalls Club is serving the delicious Balmain bugs; a dish the Chef cites as his favourite meal to accompany this equally exquisite cocktail.
There’s something about bugs that place them in the higher strata of the fish world, whether it’s their lazily majestic movements, colour-changing shells or succulent flesh, we have come up with a recipe that not only looks impressive but it’s packed with flavour too.
For food that’s guaranteed to impress and a cocktail to die for, you can find it all here at Tattersalls Club!
To book in to try our monthly specials, please contact the food and beverage team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 9263 9216.