Melbourne Racing Club to Open Black Caviar Restaurant

by | 08.13.2013 | 10:23am
Black Caviar, shown winning the Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot
Black Caviar, shown winning the Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot

Caulfield Race Course, the site of many of Black Caviar's most memorable races, will honor the great mare in a unique way this Saturday when the new Black Caviar Restaurant opens at the facility.

The Melbourne Racing Club has hired celebrity chef Ian Curley as the venue's chef-in-residence. Curley has high hopes for the new restaurant, telling the Herald-Sun that like the racehorse, he plans for the restaurant to also be an ‘Australian leader'.

“I want people to come to the restaurant and the races as a whole package,” Curley said. “I want it to be the best food you can possibly get at the races.”

Read more in the Herald-Sun

  • MA

    That’s a perfect name for a fancy restaurant.

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