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Wild boar with saltbush chimichurri, Brussel sprouts and pickled native slaw.
Putting Indigenous dishes on the Australian food map is the aim of Mabu Mabu café on Anderson Street in Yarraville. With a name meaning ‘help yourself' in the Merriam language of the Torres Strait, this Indigenous café and catering business brings people together through food in fun and vibrant surrounds where a custom mural adorns one brick wall and rows of spice jars cover another. Chef Nornie Bero is on a mission to put native ingredients on home kitchen shelves and the café also makes its own sauces, marinades and chutney which are available for purchase. Drop by for breakfast and tuck into seaweed scrambled eggs with macadamia, crispy shallots and house sriracha or choose from an all-day menu with dishes like kangaroo tail bourguignon with native thyme, pepperberries and house damper.
13 Anderson Street, Yarraville 3013 VIC - See Map
Seats: 25 Chef: Nornie Bero