JAMU brings together the best of seasonal local produce crafted with a Modern Australian flair and dashes of Asian influences.
Boutique outfit One Design Office has conceived a modern space in a darkly ambient palette with a circular motif that symbolises a place of gathering. The multi-height ceilinged space uses black and wooden furnishings and copper finishes that result in a warm, minimalistic atmosphere.
A marriage of culinary ideas and cultures come together. Modern Australian, Asian influences.
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from $20 to $50
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Indoor & Outdoor Venue Spaces Available
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Ample Parking Onsite
The multi-height ceilinged space uses black and wooden furnishings and copper finishes that result in a warm, minimalistic atmosphere. A small outdoor area is dog-friendly and has blankets available for those cooler evenings. JAMU benefits from its corner location with tree-lined Palmer street flanking it.
What was originally a fine dining menu is now a (still incredible) menu that delivers relaxed dining to suit the local, friendly vibe that the cafe crew do best.
JAMU comes from the Malay word meaning ‘to feast’; and feast we did. Head Chef Kha Nguyen of Masterchef season seven (2015) has curated a menu for sharing, with small to medium dishes, and a few big dishes on offer. The Hiramasa King Fish Ceviche was a refreshing way to start with its tamarind, pineapple and herb combo, plus some juicy Char Siu Pork that is first cooked using the sous vide technique.
Boutique outfit One Design Office has conceived a modern space in a darkly ambient palette with a circular motif that symbolises a place of gathering. As such, the dining tables are round, as are the cutouts in the black and copper mesh screens – inspired by the partitions in traditional Chinese architecture – that visually divide the restaurant.
Following the interior aesthetic, the food that emerges from the open kitchen is just as contemporary with dishes, like tom yum gazpacho and ceviche served with tamarind, pineapple and rice paddy herb.
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