You buy 'crowns' to pay for your food and then create your ultimate degustation meal. My two top picks are the shredded duck confit en croute from Libertine and the Wagyu beef cigars with artichoke tapenade and horseradish from Stokehouse.
The Longrain bar are mixing cocktails on the spot and the Ping Pong with fresh lychees certainly is the business.
For those in Melbourne who plan to visit - take your time, try the Pinot Rose from Yering Station and don't get too full to quickly; just remember those crowns are equal to $1 each and you'll drop a bundle before you know it!
The Palace Wagyu burger
Special thanks to Ellie at Kitchen Wench and the generous people at Green & Black's Organic for the ticket.
Mr Wolf vanilla pannacotta with blood orange jelly & pear cider