W Brisbane’s celebrated Three Blue Ducks restaurant will jet set their signature paddock-to-plate ethos to W Bali – Seminyak and W Maldives. W Hotels set the stage for curating unique culinary and travel experiences for guests, and will have global foodies making waves to attend the two social dinners on 30 August in Bali and 6 September in the Maldives.

Three Blue Ducks chefs, Darren Robertson and Mark LaBrooy, have designed menus inspired by their passion for travelling the world to share great food, with a more sustainable approach to living. The chefs will take over each island kitchen for one night only at a vibrant dinner at both Starfish Bloo, W Bali – Seminyak and Fire on the Beach, W Maldives. A selection of dishes from each menu will then be available for guests to experience at these two locations from November 2019, giving guests a taste of Three Blue Ducks all season long.

W Bali – Seminyak x Three Blue Ducks Dinner at Starfish Bloo – Chef Darren Robertson will take the helm at W Bali – Seminyak’s Starfish Bloo plating up fresh, tropical flavours with locally caught, sustainable seafood, such as lobster, oysters and raw swordfish.

Date: Friday 30 August 2019
Price: Starting at 1.1M IDR (Approx. AUD$113)
Bookings: Visit wbaliseminyak.com

W Maldives x Three Blue Ducks Dinner at Fire on the Beach – Chef Mark LaBrooy will steal the scene when he takes over W Maldives’ Fire on the Beach for a rustic-yet-natural beachside BBQ dining experience. Guests will dine under the stars and feast on a menu showcasing local produce, including charred occy, Maldivian chilli lobster and coal cooked green jobfish.

Date: Friday 6 September 2019
Price: Starting at $425 USD (Approx. AUD$606) – including beverage selections
Bookings: Visit wmaldives.com

Local food lovers wanting a Three Blue Ducks experience closer to home can head to the Ducks latest residence at W Brisbane. Mixing Queensland’s vibrant yet laidback culture with their ‘real food’ philosophy, The Ducks have created a culinary destination through an ever-evolving seasonal menu and epic views across the Brisbane River. Being their only Queensland restaurant, they have guests coming back time again craving their fresh, local inspired dishes, including Moreton Bay bugs with charred cavolo nero and XO butter.

Source: W Hotels