When British television chef and restaurateur Rick Stein was told he could choose to go anywhere in the world to write a travel article for English newspaper the Daily Mail, he chose Fleurs Place in Moeraki, New Zealand. The restaurant, run by the inimitable Fleur Sullivan, was 'Just one of those places that keeps cropping up in conversations' whenever there was a gathering of 'foodies', he said. Set in the sleepy little fishing village of Moeraki on the Otago coast, Fleurs Place has an unbeatable setting. There's water on three sides, fishing boats bobbing in the harbour, the famous Moeraki boulders across the bay and, to the north, the open sea. Fleur uses only the freshest of local ingredients - indeed, fishing boats land their catches right into her restaurant. This book combines recipes supplied by Fleur herself with photographs of the spectacular scenery of coastal Otago and the Moeraki area. Side-bar text includes information on Fleur, the restaurant, local suppliers and the Moeraki area.
Paul Sorrell is a writer, editor and wildlife photographer based in Dunedin. He has collaborated three times previously with photographer Graham Warman, on his first book, the best-selling Fleurs Place (Penguin, 2008), on Trail- Riding the Otago Central Rail Trail (Penguin, 2011) and on Peninsula- Exploring the Otago Peninsula (Penguin, 2013).
Fleurs Place by Paul Sorrell
Used - Very Good
Penguin Group (NZ)
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