01/04/2021 - 30/04/2021 @ 11:30 am - 8:30 pm
Australiana April at The Mile End
Join us at The Mile End in April to celebrate local Australian produce!
Indulge in the special Australiana menu featuring a variety of dishes carefully crafted with native ingredients such as bubble-gum basil and lemon myrtle.
Pair your Australiana meal with a locally distilled Gin – there’s plenty to choose from!
Furthermore, from local seafood and meat, to native seeds and plants that provide outstanding flavours. Australian food has no boundaries with the abundance of native produce we have on our doorstep.
If you’re looking to explore more Australian produce, check out our Australiana Chef’s Table event happening in May. Part of the Tasting Australia Festival 2021.
Call 8443 4756 or book a table online via the button below. Walk-ins welcome!
Australiana April Includes:
- Special Australiana Menu featuring Australian produce
- Special menu will be available daily throughout April
- All day dining daily from 11.30am – 8.30pm
- Local Australian gins – view gin & cocktail list
- Local Australian beers – view tap list
Australiana April Specials
King George Whiting & Prawn Brochettes
tempura battered, served with pickled veg & native karkalla
Blue Swimmer Crab Linguine
hand picked crab served through a sun blushed tomato rose sauce with hints of lemon myrtle, bubble-gum basil & aged parmesan
roasted rump rubbed Tasmanian pepper leaf, fragrant potatoes, pumpkin, green beans, rosemary gravy & river mint jelly
Malted Whipstick Wattleseed Brownie
toasted marshmallow, macadamia praline & strawberry gum ice-cream
10% surcharge applies on public holidays.
Information about the history & traditions of Australian produce & food
Prior to European colonisation in the 18th century, Aboriginal Australians survived for thousands of years on a hunter-gatherer diet. They were experts at finding food and water in the Australian landscape. This “bush tucker” diet often included emu, kangaroo, moths, lizards and snakes as well as berries, roots and honey. Seafood, which was caught with spears or hooks, was a staple of the Aboriginal diet. The diet and cooking techniques of a particular tribe varied with their location. Despite the hardships of this lifestyle many Aborigines thrived and were healthy and well fed. – read more here.
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