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O. T. - Nati Cafe Fri and Sat nights menu
naticafe
8/10/2012
5:05:02 PM
It was good.. fairly quiet and uneventful.. as you said, we were lucky you weren't there.
patto
9/10/2012
4:39:11 AM
On 4/10/2012 naticafe wrote:
>Cajun chicken and prawn pasta sauteed with tomato and coriander salsa
>and simmered in white wine and cream

Definitely one of the best restaurant meals I've had in a very long time. Big thumbs up to the Chef and everybody else!
naticafe
10/10/2012
11:43:22 AM
Thanks - I'll pass it on to Andy. A number of people said they enjoyed this one on the night.
naticafe
11/10/2012
12:31:00 PM
This Friday's menu...

Warm roast cauliflower chickpea and quinoa salad $18

Slow cooked lamb shoulder with roast vegetables $23

Roast garlic and parsnip soup with lemon butter and sage $15

Warm calamari, mint and chilli salad with coconut rice side $21

And the lasagnes/bakes (also available for lunch):

Beef lasagne $15 with salad, $9 without

Soy Lasagne (Vegan) $15 with salad, $9 without

Spinach, mushroom and tofu lasagne (Vegan) $15 with salad, $9 without

Indian Kumara & Cauliflower pie (Vegan) $15 with salad, $9 without

Spinach Feta & Olive Pie (Vegetarian) $15 with salad, $9 without
naticafe
11/10/2012
12:56:52 PM
More importantly there will be a slew of Belgian beers such as:

Hoegaarden Forbidden Fruit

Hoegaarden Grand Cru

Westmalle Dubbel

Rochefort 6 and 8

Duvel Golden Ale

St Bernardus Grottenbier

Having bravely stuck my liver out to test these and others I can tell you that I reckon some of these are the best beers I have had the pleasure of meeting. Some of them will be available on Friday, but there's a few that I have limited numbers of that I'll save till Saturday.

Cheers!
d.
Will_P
11/10/2012
3:03:15 PM
What time are you open until on Thursday nights?
naticafe
11/10/2012
5:45:19 PM
We're only open Friday 7am - 11pm, Sat 8:30am - 11pm, Sun 8:30 am - 7pm

Cheers,
Douglas
naticafe
16/10/2012
2:46:09 AM
Board-Games-Night_Natimuk-Cafe_Sat-20-Oct

pmonks
16/10/2012
3:21:51 AM
Do you offer home delivery? If so, what radius?

shortman
16/10/2012
7:41:24 AM
No Go?

Anyone play chess?
naticafe
16/10/2012
1:22:06 PM
I think it's been the dream of many to order a pizza from the Pines.

Maybe, one day that will be true...
naticafe
18/10/2012
3:48:12 PM
For lunch and dinner this weekend:

Soy lasagne (Vegan) on it's own $9, with salad $15

Organic silverbeet, tofu and muchroom pie (Vegan) on it's own $9, with salad $15

Organic silverbeet, mushroom and feta pie (Vegetarian) on it's own $9, with salad $15

Classic lamb and barley soup simmered with chunky vegetables and served with warmed buttered sourdough - $15
(soup available from Friday night)

For dinner:

Oven baked free range chicken breast filled with feta, basil and sun-dried tomatoes. Served on grilled parmesan polenta with chorizo, organic broad bean sago - $25

Tuna nicoise salad with local organic sugar snap peas in pod, Mt Zero kalamata olives,boiled organic eggs and fresh greens - $18
naticafe
24/10/2012
5:02:22 PM
This weekend...

Lunch and Dinner

Hand caught wild asparagus with organic leek quiche (vegetarian) $15 with salad, $9 without

Organic carrot and feta lasagne (vegetarian) $15 with salad, $9 without

Traditional Italian style kangaroo lasagne (omnivoran, not to mention cross-cultural) $15 with salad, $9 without

Curried lentil and potato pie made from locally grown black lentils. (vegan) $15 with salad, $9 without

Split pea and smoked ham soup with warmed sourdough. Entree $10, Main $17
(soup available after Friday night)

Dinner all the above plus:

Curry and almond crusted fresh snapper, oven baked and served on potato gratin with blanched bok choy $27

Free range chicken risotto with shitaki, swiss and field mushrooms, folded with local organic spinach and served with parmesan $24

Cheers!
Dogulas, I mean Douglas.

Eduardo Slabofvic
24/10/2012
5:22:26 PM
I'm glad you caught the asparagus with your hand
kieranl
24/10/2012
9:51:13 PM
I better lock my asparagus patch before I go out on Friday.
naticafe
25/10/2012
9:17:07 AM
You've nothing to fear Kieran, we only catch wild asparagus, not domesticated ones.
jimfalla
25/10/2012
11:12:14 AM
Wild asparagus, as an environmental weed, is renowned for being sprayed with herbicides. Especially along the Wimmera river.

But you are probably safe at this time of year.

Probably.
Wendy
25/10/2012
7:03:31 PM
Yeah, I should really eat the supermarket stuff. Why hope that they may have sprayed the feral stuff when i can get stuff that has definitely been sprayed with all sort of chemicals? The development of my second head hasn't been keeping up, no matter how much wild asparagus I eat.

These herbicides must be real effective. It takes years for an asparagus to produce decent stalks. How impressive they have survived the onslaught of chemicals so well that I've found massive plants there every year for the last 15 years or so.
lacto
26/10/2012
4:57:20 PM
exactly who is spraying the wild asparagus ,I doubt it is seen as a huge problem and you only have to look at all the roadsides , water reseves and parks to realise that very little spraying is done by gov agencies . Probably the only ill effect you would ever suffer is having urine smell asparagusy . the stems literally grow in a day or two and would be very unlikely to be sprayed and even if they were they should be sprayed with coloured dye as a sign of spraying . The plants produce little for the first couple of years but after that are prolific for at least another 20 years our 4 plants now occupy about 10 sqm and produce far more than we can eat for about 3 months of the year

Groveller
26/10/2012
5:40:28 PM
Already salivating, Popeye and I will be there for Dinner.

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