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MEAD’S Mosman Bay holds an ‘Oysters and Live Jazz’ night every Friday. Diners receive twelve Albany oysters and a glass of Leeuwin Estate Art Series Riesling for $20.

Mead’s lunch menu now offers two courses each day for $29.95. The twilight menu also offers $29.95 dishes and is available every evening in Mead’s verandah bar and lounge.

Forthcoming events include a GST Lunch Bash on 30 June. For $35 per person, diners receive two courses and wine hand-picked from the cellar.

The Moet et Chandon Dinner on 9 August will be $125 per person.

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ICON Cafe’s private cellar of red wines features the Fire Gully cabernet merlot 1997 from the Margaret River region, a subtle wine with red berry and plum fruit flavours.

Other reds available include the Alkoomi shiraz from Mt Barker and Deep Woods cabernet sauvignon, again from Margaret River.

Picks from the cellar’s white wines include the Lenton Brae semillon sauvignon blanc and Penfolds Barossa Valley semillon chardonnay.

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WA food manufacturing companies Just Pizza, Leonardo’s Foods, Pasta Kitchen and Peters & Brownes have taken top honours in the recent 2000 WA Nutrition Awards.

Just Pizza won the school canteen and food service category for its Amore Pizzas and Leonardo’s Foods won the general and school canteen categories for a range of pasta dishes.

Pasta Kitchen won the food service category for its cottage pie and Peters & Brownes won the general category for its low-fat milk.

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SCALOPPINE fans are spoilt for choice at Sorrento Restaurant on James Street in Northbridge.

Variations include scaloppine alla campagnola which are veal medallions topped with English spinach and mozzarella with a tomato and white wine sauce, scaloppine alla boscaiola which is served with a mushroom, white wine and cream sauce and panfried scaloppine with chilli, rosemary, oregano and olive oil.

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SANDALFORD Wines Caversham Estate recently held a Japanese theme night to celebrate the release of its 1999 Margaret River Verdelho.

Internationally renowned chef Osamu Uchino prepared a four course meal of Japanese delicacies that were matched with a selection of Sandalford’s multi-award winning wines.

Sandalford senior winemaker Bill Crappsley talked about the secret to food and wine matching.

Throughout the night, dance troupe Kompany Kido entertained with a performance based on the popular Japanese martial art, aikido.

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JIAN Carlo’s Restaurant on Walcott Street in Mt Lawley has shifted its approach to more casual, relaxed dining. Set in a 1930s’ art deco building, the upstairs room is ideal for small to medium functions.

Jian Carlo’s offers a 20 per cent discount on the bill for diners who eat between 5:30pm and 7:30pm.

New theme nights have also been introduced. Tuesday is Creole curry night, Wednesday is steak night, Thursday focuses on pasta, Friday on fish and chips and Saturday is sizzling garlic prawn night

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