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Beef tendon and mountain pepper, Salt and vinegar potato, Prawn, nasturtium, finger lime, Wallaby and flax, lemon myrtle and wattle, Burnt pretzel, treacle and pork.

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Dan Hunter

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Chewy pistachio petit fours

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Brae dining room and bar

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Brae Guest Suites

Something to Brae About

Chef Dan Hunter's restaurant Brae has just been rated one of the world's best. It's also one of Australia's most upscale boutique properties.
May 20, 2017 5:50 AM

IN a perfect culinary universe, all chefs would have their own farms. They would grow and harvest their own produce, and know other friendly farmers down the road who will supply them with other vegetables they need, and the occasional happy, pasture-raised lamb, pork or beef. Sometimes, a

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