A Foodie's Guide To Australia

  • A Foodie's Guide To Australi

    Australia’s iconic culinary identity is seasoned by multi-cultural influences and the penchant for innovation. If you love seafood and proteins, then Australia is your food haven. From fine dining restaurants to local food trucks, there’s something definitely addictive about the local flavours. When in Australia, you shouldn’t miss out on the classics. You’re just an air ticket away from extreme gluttony.

    Australian Pavlova

    A Foodie's Guide To Australia

    There’s something really soul-comforting about the different textures of a Pavlova. As you take a bite of the crunchy sweet meringue, you’re taste buds are met with the smoothness of whipped cream and the sweetness of fresh berries – totally sinful, but unavoidable. It leaves you helpless; wanting for more. Aussies love their Pavlova topped with fruits, and so will you!

    Lamb Roast

    A Foodie's Guide To Australia

    From getting the cut right to maintaining the accurate temperature throughout, a perfect lamb roast involves precision and expertise that comes with years of experience. It’s difficult to beat an Australian chef when it comes to a lamb roast. Served in most of the restaurants in Australia, the lamb roast has a simple rub of herbs and seasoning, and is served with potato mash and mint sauce.

    Fish and Chips

    A Foodie's Guide To Australia

    A little bit of crunch and a bit more, ain’t a bad thing at all! Beer battered fish with sour-cream dip and fries is gluttony guaranteed! The classic fish and chips combo is definitely the safest bet in Australia and takes care of your midnight hunger pangs as well.

    Classic Barramundi

    A Foodie's Guide To Australia

    Pan-seared fillet with lemon butter, served with mango and avocado salsa – the barramundi plays an important role in defining Australia’s culinary identity. While ordering barramundi at restaurants in Australia make sure you ask for a mixed herb with cherry tomatoes topping.

    Steak

    A Foodie's Guide To Australia

    Australians can never go wrong with their steaks. Medium, rare or well-done, they’ve perfected all three versions. However, for those who aren’t too sure about the cook of their meat, we recommend a well-done version that usually works best for the Indian palate.

    Pie

    A Foodie's Guide To Australia

    Meat pies are soul comforting. The aroma of an Australian creamy mince wrapped in fine-crust pastry and baked to perfection cannot be matched for sure. When in Australia, you must try the pie.

    Hamburger

    A Foodie's Guide To Australia

    Juicy meat patty in a bun, served with cheese, tomatoes, salad and poached eggs is the classic version of a burger. However, Australian burgers are best distinguished with the dominant beetroot flavour. Pickled beets and grilled pineapple rings are the main highlights. The interesting mix creamy egg-yolk, tangy pineapple and rich mice, makes it a must-try for meat lovers.

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    Author : Iona Chatterjee