This Summer, you’re in for a real treat at Snout in the Trough in Camperdown. We’re temporarily moving away from our traditional Friday Night Dinners – instead deciding to hold four ‘Summer Nights at Snouts’ events.
They’re a cross between happy hour, a cocktail party and metro-style food fiesta.
We’re making it nice and easy to enjoy a memorable Mother’s Day this year, with a special two course lunch sure to spoil the wonderful ladies in your life.
On Sunday, May 14 we are putting on a special menu to help you celebrate Mother’s Day in style.
Christmas is fast approaching and organisations are already booking in to secure their preferred date for one of our end of year break-up packages.
Two Friday nights are already privately booked on November the 25th and December the 2nd and we also have our Friday Night Christmas Dinners planned for the 9th and 16th if you just need a table for a small group.
Snout in the Trough in Camperdown is currently looking for a part time chef/cook who can demonstrate experience in a commercial kitchen.
The successful applicant will work 20-25 hours each week in our kitchen.
In this video Jarrod provides some helpful hints and tips that he uses at Snout in the Trough and that you can use at home.
Learn how to prepare cous cous without clumps, how to peel and chop an onion without tears, the importance of cooking with a hot pan and how to line a cake tin in seconds. Continue reading
If you’re a foodie who enjoys the precise matching of quality food with award winning craft beer, then our Friday Night Dinner in June is for you. Continue reading
With Christmas just around the corner it’s the perfect time to master the art of perfect pork crackling. In the second of our helpful videos, Jarrod from Snout in the Trough shares his secrets. As you’ll see, bringing the pork up to room temperature, drying it, scoring it properly, salting it generously and the first 20 minutes in a very hot oven are all crucial steps.