Jacob’s Creek hosted Australia’s Longest Reserved Table at the Australian Maritime museum with more than 550 people enjoying a long lunch
Being such the multicultural country, Australia and its people are rich with stories of provenance; whether you’ve come from a different country, state, town or even suburb to Sydney.
In celebration of Sydney’s rich cultural provenance story, Jacob’s Creek and celebrity chef Pete Evans hosted Australia’s Longest Reserve Table on Saturday, 27 July 2013 featuring a long table of hundreds of guests
The lunch took at the Australian National Maritime Museum guests were invited to prepare and bring a dish that represents their culture and to share their provenance story with hundreds of other food and wine lovers.
Antipasto platters , salads and dessert platters were provided by Laissez Faire catering
and this is what the client had to say......
"Just a quick not to say a ginormous THANKYOU to you and your amazing team for our Jacob’s Creek lunch on Saturday.
You were both a pleasure to deal with, and very accommodating..you were both amazing to work with and got all our million requests done quickly and professionally..you ensured each guest received the right meal to their very specific requirements, which I know was a challenge in itself!
Thanks again for helping us to create such an amazing event, we would never been able to do it without your team.
Thanks so much and look forward to working together in the future"