Eat & Drink

Elijah’s Kitchen Is Bringing Authentic Indigenous Eats To Australian Capital Cities

When was the last time you had a crack at some authentic Australian eats? No, not lamingtons or meat pies, we’re talking the likes of kangaroo, emu and crocodile.

Every Indigenous clan in Australia has its own stories to tell, and Elijah’s Kitchen tells some of those stories through food, giving people a unique, delicious and impactful insight into Indigenous culture. And now everyone can get a taste, as head chef Zach Green takes his delicious eats on tour through Australia’s capital cities.

The pop-up will visit Darwin, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, dishing up only the finest and most authentic Indigenous cuisine.

Elijah’s is the project of Head Chef Zach Green, a Gunditjmara and Palawa man creating an exciting range of fusion cuisine that celebrates the best of fresh, local produce with an Indigenous focus.

While the menu changes week to week, based on the local produce available and what’s in season, what’s on offer is sure to impress. You can expect the likes of honey mustard emu sticks, crocodile laksa, braised camel, kangaroo fillet and green ant cheesecake – don’t knock it till you try it.

To find out when an Elijah’s Kitchen pop-up is coming to a city near you, or for more details, check out the website.

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