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Langham’s Classic Whitebait Experience Now Running


The Langham’s Classic Whitebait Experience Now Running

(Auckland – 05 September 2008)

The Langham has embraced the opening of the West Coast whitebait season this week, with a quintessential whitebait experience and menu.

Available in all of the dining outlets at the hotel, guests and visitors to The Langham will be able to enjoy the simple pleasure of a fresh West Coast whitebait fritter with lemon wrap and buttered bread. This experience can be further enhanced with a glass of delicious Sauvignon Blanc or guests can choose from one of the other 60 varieties of wine available by the glass, in The Langham’s Winery.

The Langham’s signature and award-wining restaurant Partingtons, will also offer fresh West Coast whitebait soufflé, seared scallops, Juponica greens and avocado mousseline.

Executive Chef, Ofir Yudilevich says that whitebait is a delicacy many New Zealanders enjoy and the opening of the West Coast whitebait season is eagerly anticipated.
“There is always much excitement about the whitebait season every year, so we are very pleased to have our menu reflect this and to celebrate the iconic whitebait fritter in true style,” says Ofir Yudilevich.

The West Coast whitebait season runs from 1 September to 14 November.

The Langham’s Special Whitebait Menu available for the month of September:

The Winery
Fresh West Coast whitebait fritters with lemon wrap and buttered bread with a glass of Delta Sauvignon Blanc 2004

Partingtons at The Langham
Fresh West Coast whitebait soufflé, seared scallops, Juponica greens and avocado mousseline


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