Like the seasons, the exquisite à la carte Heritage Collection menu changes every quarter so that we can capture each ingredient at its peak and introduce to our guests the exclusive new wines and spirits that will bring their evening to perfection.

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The seasons are changing, and the master craftsmen of Sirocco continue to celebrate our deep roots in Mediterranean cuisine with the exclusive new ingredients and extraordinary new ways to combine them that have made Sirocco the unrivaled fine dining destination it is today.

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Starters include:

• Carabinero red prawns with parsley emulsion, tomato comfit, a Campari gelée, an understated touch of young garlic, and lemon curd.

• Baby octopus and Spanish cod with pilaf rice simmered with almond, garlic and chili mojo, French beans, capsicum and peas.

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Mains selections include:

• Sirocco bouillabaisse-for-two with Catalan monkfish, Brittany lobster, red mullet, rockfish, mussels and a homemade rouille.

• Iberico pork rib cutlet with a grape mustard and wild mushroom crust, beetroot gnocchi, shallots, spinach and a Chimay black beer reduction.

Guests will also enjoy their elegantly smooth ‘Burrough’s G&T’ served with house-made oversized tonic ice cubes in which frozen cucumbers are encased to enhance its licorice and orange peel fragrance and prolong rather than dilute the signature oak-aged flavor and sweet vanilla finish of the drink.

During the Heritage Collection dinner, guests may choose the perfect wine pairing by the bottle or by the glass from the Saint Joseph Blanc, Etienne Guigal, Northern Rhone Valley, France, 2012, with its flavors of ripe peach and chamomile on the nose, palate of orchard fruits and zesty intensity with the finish, or the Crozes Hermitage Rouge, Etienne Guigal, Northern Rhone Valley, France, 2009, with its Indian spices, intense perfume, and well-balanced tannins through a rich dark red fruit and gamey palate – or the exclusive-to-The Dome Côte Rotie, Chateau D’ampuis, Etienne Guigal, Northern Rhone Valley, France, 2009, by the bottle.

Reserve your culinary journey at Sirocco today: