A Touch of Spice this Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is a very special day on the calendar. It’s a day where we should spoil that special person in our lives just how much they mean to us. But this year, instead of the chocolates, wine or flowers, do it differently and go for an experience gift with a little bit of spice.
Frankie Bar is located in Geelong and specialises in cuisines from all parts of Asia (Pan-Asian).
Set with an uber-trendy interior, the menu prides itself on using local Geelong ingredients that are changed on a constant basis to reflect the season.
From the seafood Pad Cha to the Thai Vegetable Salad, Frankie Bar has a mouth-watering menu that is sure to create a night to remember.
Whilst the menu is to die for, let’s not look past that Frankie’s staff make one of Melbourne’s best cocktails, so sit back, take in the vibe and make it a Valentine’s Day to remember.
Located on the waterfront at King Street Wharf, Kobe Jones dishes up a Californian twist on a traditional Japanese restaurant. The menu offers a wide array of choice from A La Carte, to Sushi and Sashimi through to a range of quick bites.
To help you settle into the award-winning menu is a sake menu for the brave or a range of gorgeous whiskies, ports and cognacs to turn your mean into a true experience to remember.
The best way to enjoy these wonderful award-winning restaurants is with the Gourmet Traveller Gift Card. Don’t forget to come online at gourmettravellergiftcard.com.au and book you Valentines Day dining experience.
An exotic cocktail menu & a unique wine list. With a wine cellar that can be used as a space for wine tastings, our wine list is a selection from local and Australian producers along with a touch of French, Spanish and Italian. Our carefully renovated space is a sophisticated, elegant arrangement of banquet seating, booths and soft, comfortable chairs. Our two smaller rooms dedicated to functions will feature the same seating which will be moveable to suit anybody’s event needs. Opening Monday to Friday from 11.30am serving lunch and dinner with some menu items available all day. While Saturday and Sunday, we will open from 12 midday for food, to be served right through until 9pm. With DJ’s featuring on Friday & Saturday nights for those who would like to sip cocktails post dinner and beyond.
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