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Where to spoil mum this Mother’s Day

Need some last-minute ideas on where to spoil mum this coming Mother’s Day? Here we’ve compiled a list of special and unique experiences on your doorstep:

Mother’s Day Gin and Painting Class

Sydney’s premier painting class Pinot & Picasso has teamed up with Silent Pool Gin to host a boozy gin and painting session for Mother’s Day, held at the Sailor Bar and Kitchen in

Hosted on May 7 on the eve of Mother’s Day, this one-day-only painting experience will give loved ones the opportunity to pamper their mum with an afternoon of luxury; including free-flowing cocktails from the award-winning Silent Pool Gin Distillery, gourmet antipasto platters and of course, beautiful artwork to take home, to commemorate the day.

Tickets to this class will cost gift-givers $150.00, which includes two tickets for the 2-hour
painting session (one for you and one for mum), a Silent Pool Gin cocktail each upon arrival, a grazing platter for two, and all the artwork and materials needed for you to participate in the painting experience.

Tickets to the Pinot & Picasso X Silent Pool Gin Mother’s Day Painting Class are
available to purchase here.

Gourmet Degustation Lunch

Let award-winning chef and cookbook author Ash Saleh take you and your mum on a culinary journey set to awaken the senses at an affordable price tag at Coya based in Cromer. For just $85 pp, you can enjoy a four-course meal which will probably be one of the most delectable meals you’ll ever taste.

Chef Ash is known for his creative and clever flavours which have won him several industry awards. Enjoy an exotic blend of Middle Eastern, French and modern Australian food, beautifully presented to perfection.

63/61 Carawa Rd, Cromer

Bookings: 9981 7053


Some of the amazing food served at Fuel Expresso

Funky tasting menu for dinner

Does your mum appreciate a buzzing atmosphere complete with amazing soul food? Take her to Fuel Expresso for an impressive six-course tasting menu.

Chef Liron Mayer will take you on a culinary journey as they gradually serve their tasting menu, introducing the guests to the influences, herbs and spices that highlight each dish.

Reasonably priced at $88 per person you’ll be treated to dishes like homemade gravlax, lamb shank, beetroot soup and Jewish dumplings.

Fuel by Night, 674 Pittwater Rd Brookvale (heaps of council parking on Chard Rd car park)

Time: arrive 5:45 for 6pm start

Tables are limited, bookings essential.

Book your table here.  

Or call: 0455 554 828

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