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
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