Steven Snow, owner of Fins restaurant with a mahi mahi, will host a Mud Crab Luncheon.
Steven Snow, owner of Fins restaurant with a mahi mahi, will host a Mud Crab Luncheon.

Mud crab luncheon a must

IF the hat fits, well, you just have to wear it, and in the case of Steven Snow, renowned chef, restaurateur, author and television personality, it fits perfectly.

Snow’s celebrated Fins restaurant at Salt, South Kingscliff, has held a Two Chef Hats rating for most of the years since its birth on the banks of the Brunswick River at Brunswick Heads nearly two decades ago.

The building of the new bridge across the Brunswick River prompted a relocation to the iconic Beach Hotel in Byron Bay before Snow found a new home for Fins at Salt.

Fins is therefore the ideal venue to host the annual Mud Crab Luncheon, which will be held on Friday, May 20.

Snow is delighted to host the lunch, proceeds from which will be donated to the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal.

Guests will feast on a sumptuous meal which features mud crab, of course. The dishes will be accompanied by suitable Mezzanine wines.

The Mud Crab Luncheon will include a seasonal fashion parade as well as a live cooking demonstration by Snow during which he promises to reveal “untold secrets” in the preparation and cooking of his fabulous fare.

Snow’s skills as a chef and communicator have propelled him into the national spotlight.

He hosts Channel 7’s popular Guide to the Good Life television show, and his cookbooks are must-have publications in every kitchen.

Snow has been delighted by the response to the luncheon, with some tickets still available.

“Mud crabs, laughter and bubbles for lunch – it doesn’t get much better than that,” he said.



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