Top Hunter chefs combine their talents to raise money for Rural Aid

GOOD CAUSE: Troy Rhoades-Brown, of the two-hatted Muse.

GOOD CAUSE: Troy Rhoades-Brown, of the two-hatted Muse.

Six all-star Hunter Valley chefs are cooking up a storm at Muse Restaurant on Sunday, February 2, to raise money for Rural Aid.

The chefs combining their talents to create a five-course dinner plus snacks on arrival are Frank Fawkner, EXP. restaurant; Garreth Robbs, Bistro Molines; Josh Gregory, Muse Kitchen; Andy Wright, The Wood Restaurant; and Troy Rhoades-Brown and Mitchell Beswick from Muse.

Guests will also enjoy wines from Tyrell's Wines, Lake's Folly, Brokenwood Wines, Hungerford Hill Wines and Keith Tulloch Wines.

Tickets cost $180 per person. To book phone Muse on 4998 6777 or email muse@musedining.com.au. All proceeds will be donated to Rural Aid to support farmers, their families and communities.

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