Underground bar and eatery Castlerose arrives in Melbourne – hospitality

Hospitality operator Glen Bagnara (Hemingway’s Wine Room, Clementine, Bar Bianco) and developer Fortis are behind Melbourne’s newest culinary addition Castlerose.

The 40-seat underground bar and eatery is positioned under its sister venue Clementine on Palmerston Crescent in South Melbourne.

Head Chef David Yuan is behind Castlerose’s meals providing which stars traditional European dishes designed to share.

Among the highlights embrace a ratatouille tarte tatin; roast rooster with black garlic and lemon gravy; tinned duck rillettes with fig jam, cornichons, and baguette; plus a wagyu rump cap 6+ Yorkshire pudding.

Visitors may anticipate a classic cheese trolley doing the rounds at Castlerose, with as much as ten types of native and worldwide cheeses.

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Castlerose’s wine record spans throughout Previous World areas reminiscent of France, Germany, and Italy with famend bottles from areas reminiscent of Champagne and Burgundy.

The bar can be serving six bespoke home cocktails alongside the classics performed in what Bagnara describes because the “Melbourne means”.

“We would like Castlerose to be the place the place visitors can take pleasure in a glass of wine, or two, after work, and keep to graze upon charcuterie and cheese in addition to bar snacks, ought to they so need,” says Bagnara.

“It’s a spot the place you may take pleasure in an off-the-cuff meal with pals or impress and entertain over a working dinner, or for locals to name their very own.”

Castlerose is now open at 67 Palmerston Crescent, South Melbourne, Victoria.

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