Valentine’s Day Dining With a Purpose at Folonomo

Valentine’s Day has become rather commercial and perhaps lost a lot of its meaning, so what better way to add a little something with meaning this Valentine’s Day then to dine with a purpose at the newly opened Folonomo in Sydney.

 Folonomo announced a special set menu for Valentine’s Day created by chef Michal Siudeja (ex-Mecca, The Farmed Table) featuring ethical ingredients and seasonal produce.
Folonomo will give 100 per cent of all profits from bookings to three charities with diners able to choose from Eat Up, an organisation that provides school lunches to Australian children who would otherwise go without, Blue Dragon which rescues children from slavery and human trafficking in Vietnam, and Rural Aid which supports rural Australian communities.
6 Course Sharing Menu 
2 Glasses of Blanc de Blanc
$95 per person 

Double Date?
There’s a complimentary bottle of Blanc de Blanc for groups of four or more!

Sharing banquet menu:

Evoo, smoked aubergine

Sydney rock oysters
Verjuice, finger lime, shiso

Heirloom tomato, fig, dehydrated olives, aged balsamic

Fremantle Octopus Carpaccio
Black garlic, preserved lemon, fennel

Torched Tasmanian salmon
Avocado, pickled cucumber, almonds, lemon balm
Lime and lemongrass granita
Maple Beef Brisket
Smoked Dutch carrot, chimichurri
Charred broccolini
Zucchini, spiced pepitas , kefir ranch
Dark chocolate delice 
Cherries, hazelnut, salted caramel
So this Valentines Day change things up a little put some meaning into your date night, and help out some amazing Charities by dining at Fonomo, Sydney’s newest Philanthropic delicious dining experience.

Words by Editor Arrnott Olssen