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Jun 15

Menu Roundup - June 2017

Here’s a few Aussie lamb dishes we spotted on social media that had our mouths watering.

Black Tap Burgers – New York City, NY

The Greg Norman (pictured right)
Australian wagyu beef, house buttermilk-dill, blue cheese and arugula.
The #1 burger in all of New York City, two years running! Good onya chef!

Elia Restaurant – Brooklyn, NY

We have no idea how to pronounce this, but a phyllo pie of spinach and greens sounds #aussome next to some Aussie lamb chops. #itsallgreektous Paidakia Skaras - grilled Australian lamb chops, thick cut fries, hortopita.

Bronx Havana CafeBronx Havana Café – Bronx, NY

Australian Lamb Chops with rosemary demi-glace - a seriously
flavorful dish for a “comedy Monday” at this Bronx spot.

 

 

 

 

Le Colonial – Houston, Texas

Suon Cuu Nuong - coriander crusted, grilled Australian lamb chops served with a creamy mint sauce and stir-fried chinese broccoli.
Wow! This dish would be right at home in Oz. We love authentic Asian flavors with our lamb.

Bistro 60Bistro 60 – La Quinta, CA

Extra points for presentation to Bistro 60 in La Quinta, CA
for their Aussie Rack of Lamb. Impressive!

 

 

 

 

CUT – Beverly Hills, CA

Leave it to Wolfgang Puck to feature a full spread of the best steaks from around the world. We’re proud to have two on his list!
Australian 100% Grassfed Angus Filet Mignon, and Australian Wagyu New York Sirloin.

Café de Crepe – Portland, OR

This food truck’s “Chef Meatloaf,” made with ground angus beef and halal Australian lamb, looks as good as it sounds. We gotta get to Portland!

Just RestaurantJust Restaurant – Old Bridge, New Jersey

Australian Lamb Chops with avocado fries, sautéed spinach and baby carrots with a garlic lamb demi-glace.
We love this one for all the obvious reasons (the lamb, mate!) but also for creative use of veggies, especially the Avos.

 

 

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