Have Christmas lunch with the mayor and support a good cause
Mayor's Christmas Appeal
Tickets to the best Christmas lunch in Port Douglas are now available.
Douglas Shire Council has again teamed up with Salsa Bar and Grill to deliver the 2021 Mayor’s Christmas Appeal Luncheon next month.
The event will take place at 12pm on Thursday 25 November. Bookings can be made now via the booking page (Full payment of $85 per person is required upon booking).
A salivating four course menu will set the tone for an afternoon of Christmas cheer in support of a wonderful local cause – last year the event helped contribute to the more than $10,000 raised for the Christmas Appeal.
How to donate
If you can't attend the Mayor's Christmas lunch but you still want to make a donation, an online donation portal is available, and donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.
Council will also have collection points around the shire and will be seeking un-opened children’s presents and toys for kids of all ages, as well as pet food and adult luxury items.
Mayor’s Christmas Appeal Luncheon Menu
Cassava fried local tiger prawn, miso emulsion
Half a shell oyster, cucumber granita, yuzu pearls
Atlantic salmon tataki, daikon kim chi, puffed rice,
eat shoots and leaves micro herbs
Confit duck leg & pastilla, meredith goats cheese galette,
Cherry & tableland peppercorn jus, charred broccolini
Salsa Dessert Sampler:
Daintree estates chocolate nemesis, blood orange sorbet
Kaffir lime crème brûlée
Mango bombe alaska
White chocolate panna cotta
Peanut butter mousse
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