June 19 - 25, 2016: Issue 268

Club Palm Beach: Fish Fridays

Club Palm Beach Bistro: Fish Fridays

If you like delicious food cooked perfectly and served with the best seasonal ingredients, as part of a regular menu or choice of Specials, also t suit the season and weather, then Club Palm Beach’s Bistro is for you.

Exhausted after yet another big week Friday meant time to not cook but have something dished up – and not cleaning up afterwards either.

One had Crispy Skinned Salmon with steamed broccolini, mash & basil cream sauce 27.00 for Members 29.00 – part of the always available Menu. Wonderfully fresh fish, just pure bliss.

The other had a 300 gram Scotch Fillet topped with avocado, grilled King Prawn and Hollandaise served with a red wine jus, and a bacon and potato salad - $32.00. 

Other favourites such as Beer Battered Flathead Fillets with chips, salad & tartare sauce ($25.00) or Polenta crusted Risotto Cakes with roquette, parmesan, walnut salad and chilli jam ($17.00) or the ever popular Schnitzels, Steaks and Roasts and a Children’s Menu are always available.

Club Palm Beach is also offering a special ‘Summer Bay Tour and Meal deal’ if visitors from overseas wish to see the sights and then tuck into something delicious. This includes a half hour tour in the Club Palm Beach mini-bus and a choice of the Roast of the Day, Chicken Schnitzel with salad or Fish and Chips with Salad, all for $12.00 should be popular.

Club Palm Beach also list regular one-off seafood Specials, such as their Lobster mornay or fresh Sydney Rock Oysters - you usally have to be quick to get these though.

With an extensive Wine List, a sheltered outdoor eating area, and a relaxed laid-back Palm Beach atmosphere, this local club is for residemnts and visitors alike.

The Bistro is open for lunch from 11:30pm to 2:30pm daily with extended hours during the summer months and open for dinner from 6:00pm to 8:30pm every evening. 

Phone 9974 5566 to book or go online to www.clubpalmbeach.com.au
1087 Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach

Recipe Ideas - Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables

Apricot - January Summer Fruits  

Artichoke – The Flower Vegetable that Crops in Spring  Australian and Native Cherries (Summer Fruits) - the Duntroon Connection - Marrianne Collinson Campbell Autumn is Apple Season 

Broccoli - Early Spring Crop

Cabbage - Winter Food 

Cherry - Australian summer Fruit  

Chick Pea Burgers with Homemade Hummus 

Easter Feast - modern and historic  

Edible Weeds  Eggs: Five Ways - Savoury 

Fennel - Winter Vegetable  

Figs - Late Summer Fruit  

Fresh Herbs for Health

Green Beans - Spring Vegetables

Hogmanay (New Year) Dinner - Australian Style  

Kale: for Pure Energy

Make Your Own Treats For Christmas Gifts - Jaffa Rum Balls, White Christmas, Gingerbread People, Spicy Nut Mix, Strawberries Dipped in Christmas, Scottish Shortbread, Spanish Polverones, Melomakarona (Greek Christmas Honey Cookies), Kourabiedes (Greek Butter Biscuits), Italian Lemon Shortbread Squares (Shortbread con crema al limone)

Mandarins Spring Fruits  Mandarins Winter Fruits  

Mangoes - Summer Fruits  

Mum'€™s Vegetable Soup with Macaroni 

Mushrooms Autumnal Shifts

Nectarines - Summer crop Nicoise Salad: An Autumn Salad

Packham's Triumph Pears - The Australian Pear  

Parsnip - Winter Vegetables  Pear - Autumn Fruits  

Perfect Summer Picnics  

Potato Gnocchi    Pumpkin  Pumpkin Season 2015

Sage - the 'saving' herb Remembrance Day 2012 Food  

Self-Saucing Winter Puddings  Silverbeet - Winter Vegetable  

Spring Salad Season  Spring Strawberries Spring Salads  

Summer Lilli Pillis  Summer Passionfruit  Summer Peaches, Quandongs (Wild Peach) - Marian Rowan Ellis Summer Raspberries Native Ones - Adam Forster

Ten Minute Spring Salads   - fresh Spring Fare  Tomato 

Vegetable Bhaji

Winter Crops Winter Vegetable Pies   Zucchini 

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