Charley Noble fuses local ingredients, natural wine and craft beer with a menu influenced by its wood-fired oven.
Ground Floor, Huddart Parker Bdg,, Post Office Square, Wellington CBD
This venue is NOT wheelchair accessible
Chef Louis Tikaram was raised on a 110-acre farm in Mullumbimby, on the north coast of New South Wales in Australia. At an early age, he began exploring his Fijian heritage in the kitchen beside his Fijian-Chinese grandmother. This love of food saw him pursuing a career in food and has worked in prestigious restaurants such as Tetsuya and Longrain where he eventually became the executive chef and was awarded Josephine Pignolet Young Chef of the Year by the Sydney Morning Herald. This lead to opportunities in the USA, running the kitchen at E.P & L.P and making regular appearances on “The Today Show”, CBS “This Morning” and features in “Food and Wine magazine”, “Vice” and most recently starred in a EMMY award winning episode of “The Migrant Kitchen” showcasing Louis and his unique culture and food in Los Angeles.
Louis was drawn home in 2019 to the area he grew up by another multi-venue offer and recreating what he achieved in West Hollywood though this time focusing on his Chinese heritage at the newly opened Stanley Cantonese Restaurant.
In association and with support from Lumina Lamb, Louis teams up with Charley Noble's Executive Chef Darren Shead for a relaxed and fun filled Saturday long lunch. Wear you stretchy pants or let out a few notches on your belt as this will be a leisurely celebration of this top notch grass-fed lamb. Combining Louis' style of cooking with his bright bold flavours with the beautiful wood fired finish from the Charley Noble grills.
May 20, 11:30am - 3:00pm
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Dish Description: Beef Wellington in Arobake puff pastry with scampi, Parkvale Mushroom duxelle, carrot puree, braised red cabbage, and Ata Rangi Pinot Noir jus.
Charley Noble is sticking a knife in the known classic mould and surfing things up. Rolling hills meets harbour city, they are dishing up a surf 'n' turf take on a classic.
Ata Rangi, 2019 Pinot Noir: $30