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Melbourne’s first Mauritian wine bar to open soon

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Chef Nagesh Seethiah (left) Photo Credit: Alex Kelaart / www.goodfood.com.au

The first Mauritian wine bar will open its doors in North Melbourne in late September.

“Presenting Mauritian flavours in a slick and contemporary package, the 25-seater is from Mauritius-born Nagesh Seethiah, Osman Faruqi and Jason Phu,” Australia’s leading foodie e-magazine, Good Food, reports.

Writer Emma Breheny says the new spot would be called ‘Manzer’ – Eat, in Creole.

Photo: Alex Kelaart

“Seethiah, a chef with experience at Bar Liberty, Capitano and Canberra’s Bar Rochford, plans to take cornerstone dishes of his childhood, such as vindaye, seafood pickled with turmeric and mustard seeds, and transform them into a style of eating he and his friends know and love,” Breheny writes.

At Manze, the menu will be veg-forward, with seafood the dominant protein.

Original article at Good Food

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