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Off topic - The Natimuk Cafe
tskinner
25/03/2014
4:52:51 PM
On 25/03/2014 Miguel75 wrote:
>As bad as it sounds, fried Spam-burgers with Li Hing Mui (Hawaiian style)
>is amazing....
>
>Maybe the Naticafe can branch out to Hawaiian inspired Li Hing Mui treats;
>
>http://tastyislandhawaii.com/2010/01/18/li-hing-everything/

Maybe room for a Hawaiian inspired food night but there will be no spam,spam,spam,spam...

MisterGribble
25/03/2014
6:03:39 PM
Any Black Pudding ?

The good Dr
26/03/2014
8:33:54 AM
On 25/03/2014 MisterGribble wrote:
>Any Black Pudding ?

That would only lead to a Nati wide epedemic of Ecky-Thump.
lacto
26/03/2014
9:43:48 AM

>
>I was passing through a small town called Speed recently and saw a coffee
>sign. Beauty, pulled over and ordered a latte. She then pulled out the
>international roast and asked if I wanted sugar. I was still trying to
>make the correlation between latte and what she was doing when I handed
>over my $3. Surprisingly good coffee after 5hrs on the road

now you know why International Roast is by volume has the biggest market share in Australia

ajfclark
26/03/2014
11:23:24 AM
Just because it's popular doesn't make it good.

Climboholic
26/03/2014
2:51:16 PM
On 26/03/2014 ajfclark wrote:
>Just because it's popular doesn't make it good.

Sports climbing analogy?

stugang
26/03/2014
9:31:16 PM
International Sport Roast may not be good, but it will make you popular. However, if you need to fk the world up in order to be popular - you need therapy, not a drill.
thenatimukcafe
27/03/2014
8:57:51 PM
Hi All,

There will be no spam, no black pudding (hence no ecky thump) and sadly no International Roast for that connoisseur of coffee Dan (well, sad for him - we're good!). But....there will be the following:


Slowly braised lamb shanks in tomato, wine and olive sauce. Served on risoni with fresh greens - $22

Thai pork larb. Sauteed pork mince with Thai flavours, served with side salad condiments - $17

Classic Minestrone soup served with homemade rocket basil pesto and garlic toast - $15

And of course all our regular offerings such as Lasagna (meat and vegetable), quiche, salad plates.

If you haven't come in for a brekky yet, why not this weekend? Friday and Saturday is breakfast until 12 and Sunday, breakfast until 3. Try the awesome Arapiles Big Breakfast or maybe homemade spicy baked beans. And then there is always the smashed avocado on sourdough. Or maybe something lighter like muesli and yoghurt. Something for everyone!

But no Spam. Ever.
thenatimukcafe
27/03/2014
9:01:07 PM
On 24/03/2014 ithomas wrote:
>I know it's advertising space for you, but I feel the need to provide at
>least one response to your two posts. They look so lonely. The menu looks
>delicious! Count on me to pop in next time I am in town.

Look forward to it Ian!

MisterGribble
28/03/2014
11:03:32 AM
On 27/03/2014 thenatimukcafe wrote:
>Hi All,
>
>There will be no spam, no black pudding (hence no ecky thump) and sadly
>no International Roast for that connoisseur of coffee Dan (well, sad for
>him - we're good!). But....there will be the following:
>
>
>Slowly braised lamb shanks in tomato, wine and olive sauce. Served on
>risoni with fresh greens - $22
>
>Thai pork larb. Sauteed pork mince with Thai flavours, served with side
>salad condiments - $17
>
>Classic Minestrone soup served with homemade rocket basil pesto and garlic
>toast - $15
>
>And of course all our regular offerings such as Lasagna (meat and vegetable),
>quiche, salad plates.
>
>If you haven't come in for a brekky yet, why not this weekend? Friday
>and Saturday is breakfast until 12 and Sunday, breakfast until 3. Try the
>awesome Arapiles Big Breakfast or maybe homemade spicy baked beans. And
>then there is always the smashed avocado on sourdough. Or maybe something
>lighter like muesli and yoghurt. Something for everyone!
>
>But no Spam. Ever.

Fancy !
S'pose a Kipper's out of the question then ?
kieranl
Online Now
28/03/2014
11:48:39 AM
On 27/03/2014 thenatimukcafe wrote:
>On 24/03/2014 ithomas wrote:
>>I know it's advertising space for you, but I feel the need to provide
>at
>>least one response to your two posts. They look so lonely. The menu
>looks
>>delicious! Count on me to pop in next time I am in town.
>
>Look forward to it Ian!
When Ian pops in it would be appropriate to serve rabbit croquettes.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
28/03/2014
6:27:20 PM
On 28/03/2014 kieranl wrote:
>When Ian pops in it would be appropriate to serve rabbit croquettes.

... I heard he is a big fan of knuckle sandwiches.
Heh, heh, heh.
thenatimukcafe
3/04/2014
10:32:26 PM
For your kind perusal dear people, the Natimuk Cafe's weekend evening meal specials:

Beef Osso Bucco. served on Saffron Milanese Risotto and fresh gremolata. $22

Free Range Chicken Breast wrapped with pancetta filled with brie and served on sweet potato mash $22 GF

Chickpea and Pumpkin Pakora. spiced Vegetarian fritters served with Yoghurt. Crisp salad and Lemon. $17 GF. Vegan without Yoghurt.

Cheers All
thenatimukcafe
10/04/2014
2:09:00 PM
Andy hasn't even started cooking yet, but just the thought of this weeks specials menu has us all smelling the delights
.
Autumn slow cooked beef and bean hot pot. Served with parsley parmesan potato mash and garlic toast. $20

Vegetable filo tart. Oven baked filled with Mediterranean vegies,fetta and a side of spiced sweet potato and salad. $21

White wine and cream gnocchi. With roasted pumpkin, rocket pesto, red peppers and garlic toast. $18 With chicken $21

Also old faves, Lasagna - meat or vegetable and Quiche. With salad $15. Without salad $10.
Salad combo - $12.50
And oh, so much more!

House beer Coopers - $5 and House wines $5. Selection of other wines and beers.
Breakfast 8.30-12pm Fri & Sat. 8.30-3pm Sunday
benm
12/04/2014
8:45:46 PM
yeah,thats what i always say about capitalism
thenatimukcafe
17/04/2014
6:06:48 PM
Preparing all sorts of lovelies for our customers to feast on over the Easter weekend and beyond. First our opening hours:
Good Friday - 8.30am - 10.30pm
Saturday - 8.30am - 10.30pm
Easter Sunday - 8.30am - 10.30pm (Mexican Cantina night)

Monday - 8.30am - 1.00pm - Drinks, Cakes and Toasted Pide only
Tuesday - 8.30am - 1.00pm Drinks, Cakes and Toasted Pide only
Wednesday - 8.30am - 1.00pm Drinks, Cakes and Toasted Pide
Thursday - 8.30am - 1.00pm Drinks, Cakes and Toasted Pide only

Friday 25(Anzac Day) - 8.30am - 10.30pm
Saturday 26 - 8.30am - 10.30pm
Sunday 27 - 8.30am - 4.30pm
Monday 28 - Collapse

Food wise?
Well besides the selection of cakes and such, it wouldn't be right without the Hot Cross Bun for Easter! And we have oodles of them.

Our Friday and Saturday evening meal specials are:

Carrot soup with hazelnut dukkah and pide.
$15

Oven baked salmon steaks with asian salad, soba noodles and sesame dressing.
$22

Guinuss braised lamb shanks served with minted peas and caramelized garlic and onion mash.
$21

Vegetable dahl with basmati rice, fresh coriander and riata
$15

And Sunday night??
It's Mexican Cantina night. That means Fajitas! Chicken, Beef or Vegetarian/Vegan with all the trimmings. Nice and easy as Andy serves it up from the BBQ. $10. Woo hoo! Wash it down with some Sangria or a Corona if you prefer. Listen to cool latin tunes, chill out and if you so like, catch a short movie or two in our pop up cinema. An encore performance of some Goatfest action. Great for those who missed out on the big night on Saturday at Goatfest. Sunday is all about chilling. We might even join you in a bevvy

Pat
17/04/2014
6:17:52 PM
Thanks for a great meal last saturday night - my gnochi was awesome - want the recipe.

groveller
18/04/2014
10:44:56 AM
Hi all,
I agree gnochi was fabulous, service magnificent.
Have a great Easter

Doug
19/04/2014
9:25:27 AM
On 18/04/2014 groveller wrote:
>Hi all,
>I agree gnochi was fabulous, service magnificent.
>Have a great Easter
Having always been delighted with previous feeds, I was licking my lips in anticipation of the gnocchi. Unfortunately it didn't live up to expectations: maybe my serve was scraped from the bottom of the pot. There was very little capsicum in evidence and I don't remember the pumpkin. But the company was good, and the vibe in the café was as good as ever. :-)
simey
19/04/2014
9:35:38 AM
You should have gone the lamb shanks. They were awesome. Although the salmon steaks with Asian salad looked pretty good too.

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