For the first time ever, Artemis, helmed by Executive Chef Fernando Arevalo, will be open on a Sunday (14th May), from 11.30am to 2.30pm, and is offering a specially-crafted Mother’s Day a-la-carte lunch menu. Artemis invites diners to treat the most special woman in their lives to an elegant, spring indulgence, alongside fun activities for their little loved ones.
Within Artemis’ elegant Spring seasonal menu, Chef Arevalo offers sharing platters perfect for kids and family bonding fun alike. These include Adriana’s Lasagna (Prosciutto, Chorizo, Parmesan, Mozzarella, Napoletana Sauce – $52), the Fadi Whole Organic Chicken (Thigh – Chicken Mousse, Heirloom Cauliflower, Saba Marsala Reduction, Prosciutto Chips; Breast – Mashed Potatoes, Grilled Chasselas & Muscat Grapes – $78), and the Australian Bone-In Wagyu Striploin (800 Grams Chargrilled, Sauce Bordelaise – $168).
Vegetarians can enjoy an equally wide selection, such as the Citrus Kale Salad (Butter Lettuce, Romaine Lettuce, Radish, Croutons – $18), Grafitti Eggplant Soup (Braised Turnip, Sautéed Wild Ramps, Vegetable Comsommé – $22), Egg Raviole (Maiitake Mushrooms, Brillat Savarin, Organic Yolk, White Asparagus, Brown Butter Ice Cream, Parmesan – $28), and the Beetroot Gnocchi (Celeriac, Snow Peas, Brussels Sprout Leaves, Breakfast Radish, Basil, Feta, Walnuts – $32), a healthy combination even non-vegetarians are sure to relish.
Fill that extra compartment in your tummy with one of Artemis’ decadent desserts, that the young ones are sure to enjoy as well. From the Acarigua & Cherry (Griottes Cherries, Hazelnut Sponge, Espresso Ice Cream – $18), and the Basil & Yoghurt Gateaux (Basil Sponge, Yoghurt Citrus Meringue, Passionfruit Ice Cream – $17) to the Panchineta (Vanilla Crème Pâtissière, Peach, Shiso Leaf & Apricot Ice Cream, Cognac Flambé – $24) and the to-die-for Selection Of Five Cheeses (Mostarda Pear, Fried Apricots, Walnuts, Fig Bread – $30), Artemis doesn’t disappoint.