Greek dish gives Sydney restaurant third consecutive win in Perfect Plate awards

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Cove Bar & Grill at Sharks at Kareela in Sydney have claimed a third consecutive regional win in the Clubs NSW Perfect Plate awards thanks to its well-known Greek dish, Prawn Saganaki.

Club diners were the judges of the awards over five weeks, giving a score out of five for a special competition dish.

The restaurant has served its popular Prawn Saganaki since it’s opening in 2017. It’s been created by head chef Anita Lisson.

Sharks at Kareela contract-caterer, Gina Louloudakis, said the dish is an old favourite and the restaurant served at least 20 to 30 portions a day.

“At one stage we were thinking of taking it off the menu to change things up, and there was an uproar. It turned out it was a favourite dish for many of our customers, so by popular demand has remained on the menu,” Ms Louloudakis said.

Ms Louloudakis added that the team was “thrilled” to win for three consecutive years.

Source: The Leader.

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