The Balfour Kitchen has partnered with the Australian Marine Conservation Society’s Good Fish Project. This project is Australia’s first sustainable seafood resource designed specifically for chefs to source sustainable seafood.
To celebrate this new partnership, during Brisbane’s Good Food Month, The Balfour Kitchen are presenting an intimate seafood dining experience on Wednesday July 24.
Come for a 4 course menu of sustainabily sourced seafood and matched wines. At this event, guests can take comfort in knowing that the seafood was sourced in a sustainable way, ensuring ocean wildlife and future fish stocks are protected in the harvesting process.
The Balfour Kitchen’s Head Chef Nic Stapleton is passionate about ensuring our future generations can enjoy Australia’s amazing seafood.
“I see the damage we have created, and we are in such decline at an accelerated rate that there will be nothing left for the future generations to enjoy,” he said.
“With the help of The Good Fish project the Australian Sustainable Seafood Guide is educating people so we can collectively bring about change.
We need to support the fisherman and farmers, who are the custodians of the ocean, by choosing to eat less salmon and snapper.
Diners need to embrace sustainable seafood in the same way as they have embraced free range chicken and pork, and organic vegetables and fruits,” said Nic.
Learn more about The Balfour Kitchen here.