One of Australia’s supermarkets, which was dubbed ‘the most boujee’ when it opened, has welcomed a handful of new additions to the fold.
Thousands of people rushed to check out the Lane Cove store at Harris Farm on Sydney’s north shore when it opened in September.
The store features a donut shop, popcorn stand, sushi bar, space to pour your own honey, and a Messina store inside.
But, starting Nov. 14, the store will be adding secret new menu items only connoisseurs can get their hands on — just in time for the holiday season.
A secret menu item is the return of the Bacon Rebel Donut from Rebel Donuts – the Lane Cove store being the only place in New South Wales to sink your teeth into it.
The item is only available weekdays between 7am and 10:30am, so donut lovers will have to swoop in for a chance to try it out.
Messina’s build-your-own cookie station is also getting a new topping, which features Jersey Milk Vanilla Custard Cream made with milk from Messina’s Numurkah Dairy and infused with Heilala vanilla beans grown in Tonga.
Next, the store’s Proper Roast counter added a truffle manchego topping for its hot fries.
None of the items are listed on the menu, so customers will have to ask the staff directly.
“Lane Cove is Harris Farms Markets Sydney’s biggest store to date, and it’s packed with everything you could possibly need to tick off your shopping list. While this store has some of the most exciting features we’ve ever cooked up at Harris Farm, we always wanted to do something extra for our people and we’ve partnered with our amazing Concession Stores to launch more new and exciting items. in-store exclusives,” said Tristan Harris, co-CEO of Harris Farm Markets.
But the supermarket hasn’t stopped there, adding 10 premium entertainment packs online to keep people from rushing when it comes to grazing boards.
There will also be demonstrations in all stores through November by the Fish in the Family Seafood Counter to help people create their perfect grazing plank at home.
Prices range from $25 to $100 for entertaining packages, with the budget option – Bake Me Brie – featuring fresh seasonal berries and creamy triple brie.
One of the more expensive options, The Entertainer, offers 24-month-aged prosciutto di parma, air-dried beef bresaola, Tasmanian smoked salmon, muscatels, a selection of sauces and fruit.
There is also a herbal option, with a price tag of $65.
“Harris Farm has always prided itself on delivering value in all areas of our business, from produce that makes customers feel fresh from a farm, and a range of stores that offer value with values,” Harris said.
“As a family business, we know how important meal times can be to bring everyone together, especially when juggling busy schedules. That’s why this holiday season, Harris Farm is your one-stop-shop for all things fun.
Originally published as Secret items available from Australia’s ‘most boujee’ supermarket