Guests dine out on great food, music

July 15, 2017

Multicultural chefs Gina McvGrath, Seema Sha, Marisol Zegarra and Shelagh Logg.

Good music and great cuisine was enjoyed at the monthly Muso Night at the Deniliquin Club last Friday.

Guests enjoyed a delicious Indian buffet, which was provided by the Deniliquin Multicultural Group as part of an ongoing series of monthly ‘pop-up’ restaurants.

Group founder Martin Wilmshurst said it was a very successful evening.

‘‘Over 50 people turned up and many more missed out,’’ Mr Wilmshurst said.

‘‘For just $20, patrons enjoyed authentic butter chicken with yoghurt, vegetable curry, chick pea curry, rice, poppadoms and samosas — many came back for top-ups.

‘‘Everyone expressed how much they enjoyed the buffet before the evening of music commenced,’’ he said.

Seema Sha, Gina McGrath, Marisol Zegarra and Marisol’s mother, Susana Vidarte — who is visiting from Peru — were the talented cooks behind the buffet.

Mr Wilmshurst said the Multicultural Group plan to hold similar evenings in the future, with a different nationality’s cuisine featured each month.

The group was inspired to launch the pop-up restaurant following the success of its now annual Multicultural Festival, which was first held in August last year.

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