Saturday, November 6, 2010

Advanced Australian Fayre


Last night I went out to dinner at Tukka in West End with 3 salivating carnivores who couldn't wait to tuck into the speciality of the restaurant: native Australian animals. Kangaroo, crocodile, buffalo and possum all featured extensively as did some less offensive bush-tucker stuff like mountain pepperberry and bush tomatoes. My friends all raved about it. I found it a bit difficult to get my head around but was pleasantly surprised by the taste - and the ambience and service were great.

2 comments:

Annie said...

mmm...gosh...havent heard of possumm on the menu...thought it would have been a protected species somehow.
A bit of a shame one can't catch and try some scrub turkey. That'd be interesting? Though probably a bit tough. And it is protected too, so guess that one won't be advertised anywhere.

jhonny said...

Marvelous photos of Brisbane especially those sky scrapers and purple rain with two little feet. Certainly anyone would like to have a second look. Log on to http://www.ascotcatering.com.au

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