Published on 21st of April 2017
by Stephanie Allen
Anything involving endless amounts of Rosé has our vote.
Contemporary Lebanese restaurant Nour in Surry Hills is making dreams come true for lovers of rosé and Middle Eastern food, offering a ‘Bottomless Rosé’ small plate menu to share when guests arrive between 5pm and 7pm, Monday to Friday.
Aligning with the restaurant’s beautiful interior colour palette of dusky pinks and salmon hues, unlimited house rosé will be flowing for two hours when diners choose to order the early menu to share.
The menu, developed by Nour’s executive chef Roy Ner (ex-Aria), features six of Nour’s inventive Lebanese bites. The signature small plates include dishes such as Nour’s celebrated baby prawn falafel with smoked black tahini, as well as the camel sambusak with charcoal bull horn and lime salsa.
Whether it’s an after work catch up with friends, or drinks and a light dinner before the night ahead, Nour’s Bottomless Rosé is bringing a new sophistication to happy hour.
Bottomless Rosé at Nour is available from Monday to Friday, when you arrive between 5-7pm (two hours of bottomless rosé).
NOUR’S BOTTOMLESS Rosé Package:
Two hours of bottomless rosé for the table
Wood fired olives and smoked almonds
Baby prawn falafel with smoked black tahini and coriander
Hummus, pomegranate, Persian lime and pickles
Old City Mix – chicken bits, target radish and pan fried pastry
Camel Sambusak with charcoal bull horn and lime salsa and smoked labneh
Twice cooked potato, smoked garlic, coriander and chili
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