An excellent restaurant to taste native food.The food is excellent. The service also excellent. The ambiance very good.
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Love this place. Food is amazing, a great way to explore Australia’s indigenous food. Excellent presentation, meat cooked to perfection, very clean and modern premises......but the best thing is that they train indigenous youth to learn how to run a professional restaurant so Please be...More
The restaurant had a nice ambiance, the service, attentive and reliable and the banquet menu was varied and interesting. The food was a little bland, but well presented and fresh. Worth at least one visit, when looking for interesting places to dine in.
What attracted me to this restaurant is not just the use of Indigenous herbs and ingredients in the menu, but also the fact that it trains Indigenous Australians to the trade. And this really adds zest to the experience. The Restaurant is Paradise for carnivores,...More
Set Xmas menu with limited choice on offer here. They weren’t quite on their game here today. I had the fish of the day, orange snapper. It was nicely done and well cooked but lacked a bit of flavour. I also had the strawberry, praline...More
A restaurant that stands out from the crowd. This restaurant has kangaroo sirloin, Crocodile curry with rice, emu salad and wallaby with Parma ham. My wife and I had the crocodile and emu to start and kangaroo and wallaby for main. We also managed to...More
I was keen to try charcoal lane due to its uniquely Australian menu in a fine dining setting. I don’t know of other places in Melbourne with emu or crocodile on the menu, besides food truck at the markets. The other ingredients are also native...More
This is an excellent place - for the food, for the social enterprise dimension, for the artwork that adorns the walls. I had emu to start, parma wrapped wallaby for a main. All deliciously tender and elegantly prepared. Matched with Shadowfax Minnow (Grenache, Cinsault, Mataro)....More
We loved the idea of this restaurant - both the focus on local ingredients and its ambition to provide training for indigenous youth. The execution was spot on - both the food and the service was excellent. As a family of four (2 adults, 2...More
We had dinner here due solely to the focus on native ingredients, and it also has a social enterprise approach to staffing that clearly can't be faulted. The idea is to use meats from indigenous animals, and indigenous flora and fauna, in each dish. Interesting!...More