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Culina et Vinum opens in Elizabeth Bay

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English-born chef Naomi Lowry brings sophisticated European Cuisine to Sydney with the opening of Culina et Vinum in Elizabeth Bay.

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Former Biota and Popolo chef Naomi Lowry opens new restaurant

From working for Irish restaurateur Oliver Peyton in the UK to stints in Aussie restaurants Biota Dining and Popolo, Lowry has a wealth of experience behind her as she embarks on her new restaurant.

Culina et Vinum opens in Elizabeth Bay

Lowry assures Culina isn’t a fine dining restaurant, instead she describes the menu as a finessed range of seasonally influenced dishes.

“It’s going to be at the mid-price range and everyone and everybody is welcome,” she said.

Abhi Mahadevan and Naomi Lowry.

“You’ll never get bored, as the menu is a rolling one. But if a dish comes off and there is uproar, it will make a reappearance, we will listen to what our guests want.”

The menu showcases share plates with dishes ranging from pepper-cured mackerel and roast spatchcock to a deconstructed take on Lowry’s grandmother’s scones.

The menu at Culina will feature share plates and new twists on old family favourites.

The drinks menu will range from locally roasted coffee to a wine list curated by her business partner and long-time friend Abhi Mahadevan, the son chef Kumar Mahadevan (Abhi’s and Aki’s restaurants).

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