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Something for everyone at ‘A Night in Village Square’

FOOD lovers are in for a night to remember this Friday when Palmer Coolum Resort launches its new range of Village Square eateries with an al fresco culinary festival.

From 6-11pm the Village Square will be transformed with an array of international food stations serving tempting treats from around the globe.

The diverse range of dining options have long made Village Square the activity hub of Palmer Coolum Resort and Friday's event will further showcase its unique environment and ambience.

Amazing Asian cuisine like beef rendang, pad Thai and yum cha will be on offer at 'The Smiling Duck', while the range of mouth-watering treats at 'Burgers & Beer' will take the humble burger experience to a new level.

For those fancying something lighter a soup and salad station is sure to satisfy, as will the selection of traditional pizzas at 'Pizza & Pasta'.

Contemporary Australian cuisine is all the rage and 'Ned Kelly's' is the epitome of this modern approach to local ingredients.

Kangaroo salami and cured crocodile are just two of the delights included at the antipasto station, but if hearty fare is more your thing then spit-roasted suckling pig or lamb shanks with mash is certain to hit the spot.

To finish off, a delicious platter showcasing three Australian cheeses and a delectable dessert station featuring a spectacular chocolate fountain will complete the dining experience.

Boutique beers, wines and cocktails will supplement the superb food as diners take a culinary journey around the world without leaving the relaxed confines of Village Square.

Brisbane band 'Lure' will keep the ambiance going as they run through their repertoire of tunes, ensuring a lively but relaxed atmosphere that will have something for everyone.

'A Night in Village Square' is just $95.00 per person, which includes all food and beverages for the evening. Bookings are essential and can be made by calling (07) 5449 3557 or emailing events@palmercoolumresort.com.au

Topics:  clive palmer, coolum palmer resort




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