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Off topic - The Natimuk Cafe
thenatimukcafe
13/03/2014
9:01:40 PM
Hi Everyone,

Possibly some of you may have already heard and some of you have already eaten there last weekend but just in case you missed it......The Natimuk Cafe (affectionately known as the Nati Cafe) has now reopened. Glenn and Karen Tempest, Tracey Skinner and Cameron Abraham has launched themselves into the hospitality business. You can keep up to date with weekly menus and events by visiting our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Natimuk-Cafe/125997147447070?ref=hl and we will also update the menus here each week. Looking forward to seeing more of you there! And the blurb is as follows:

THE NATIMUK CAFE IS NOW OPEN. HOURS BELOW.

So the big question on everyone’s lips is - “What is Chef Andy whipping up for this weekend’s evening meals. Get the lips a’smacking, cos here it is -

Chef’s Caesar Salad - oven baked free range chicken and house made dressing (vegetarian option available) $15.50

Duck Breast in Red Wine cherry sauce served with potato gratin and rocket salad $25

Creamy Pumpkin and Sage Ravioli accompanied with garlic sourdough toast $20

As well as our cake display of four varieties, lovely cake and bake lady Esther, has created some mini creamy Yoghurt trifle tarts, in the flavours of Mango and Fig and Cardamon. Yum!

You spoke and we listened -

Coopers Red and Green Ale are now available for $5.00.
House Red (Tempranillo) and House White (Sauvignon Blanc) by the glass - $5.00

Alongside our Evening specials menu we have all the regular items available for breakfast and lunch such as

Quiche of the day
Lasagna - Meat and Vegetarian
Salad combos
Selected Toasted Pide sandwiches
Breakfasts til 12 Fri and Sat, 3 on Sunday
Homemade cakes

Specialty Coffee - 5 Senses
Specialty Teas - Larsen and Thompson

And not forgetting the Bevvies -
Coopers Green and Red Ale - $5.00
Selected Draughts, Stouts and Beers - $5 - $8
Selected wines by the glass and bottle

Hours - Friday 8.30 - 11.00
Saturday 8.30 - 11.00
Sunday 8.30 - 4.30

Cheers All,

Tracey, Cameron, Karen and Glenn
thenatimukcafe
21/03/2014
12:18:53 PM
Hello, hello,

Another weekend has come around and we are a bit late in sharing our evening meal specials.
This weekend's yummy special evening menu is:

Lamb Rogan Josh - a mild chilli curry with fragrant indian spices - $20
Parippu Dhal - a flavoursome vegan friendly red lentil dish - $16
Curry combination - Lamb Rogan Josh & Parippu Dhal - $18

All curries are served with Mango chutney, Raita, crisp pappadums and fresh coriander.

Rocket Pesto Pasta
Pasta ears served with house roasted peppers, zucchini and Maureen's Rocket pesto
Vegetarian/Vegan - $17
with roasted free range chicken - $19

Lasagna, both meat and vegetable are also available as is our Quiche. Our salad combo plate consists of Mexican salad, Sweet couscous salad and the good old green Garden salad.

Dessert wise you are well and truly covered with all our usual faves - Carrot Cake, Flourless Orange, Chocolate and Beetroot, Banana & Yoghurt cake. All made a little more indulgent with an added side of cream or icecream.

Our special dessert is the Yoghurt Trifle Tart in either Mango or Fig & Cardamon.

Nice selection of specialty beers and wine along with our house beers Coopers and Boags Draft at $5.00 and our house red and white at $5.00 a glass.

Might see you there!
ithomas
24/03/2014
7:33:28 PM
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.

White Trash
24/03/2014
7:49:54 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.

is this a spam post on an otherwise pristine thread?
kieranl
25/03/2014
9:23:06 AM
On 24/03/2014 White Trash wrote:
>On 24/03/2014 ithomas wrote:
>>Count on me to pop in next time I am in town.
>
>is this a spam post on an otherwise pristine thread?
I'm pretty sure they won't serve you spam, even should you ask for it.

shortman
25/03/2014
9:52:07 AM
Actually....I reckon Cam would have a spare can of spam handy.
dalai
25/03/2014
10:09:28 AM
Next weeks Natimuk Cafe menu?

tskinner
25/03/2014
10:10:35 AM
On 25/03/2014 shortman wrote:
>Actually....I reckon Cam would have a spare can of spam handy.
Please don't encourage him Dan. Before you know it he will be hauling in big arse cans of Chilli beans and Braised steak and potatoes...

robbie
25/03/2014
10:54:11 AM
What about some SPAM lentils and tofu meatballs ;{)

shortman
25/03/2014
11:19:21 AM
On 25/03/2014 tskinner wrote:
>On 25/03/2014 shortman wrote:
>>Actually....I reckon Cam would have a spare can of spam handy.
>Please don't encourage him Dan. Before you know it he will be hauling
>in big arse cans of Chilli beans and Braised steak and potatoes...

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.

Some hungry people might be happy with spam in Nati, :) Ya never know...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
25/03/2014
11:24:43 AM
>Next weeks Natimuk Cafe menu?
Loved the Monty Spam vid dalai.
~> I want one of those cool bviking helmets!
;-)

On 25/03/2014 shortman wrote:
>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.
>
>Some hungry people might be happy with spam in Nati, :) Ya never know...

With that experience you sound like you are well on the way to being the roadster equivalent of an aid climber shortman!
Heh, heh, heh.

Eduardo Slabofvic
25/03/2014
11:34:28 AM
On 25/03/2014 shortman wrote:
>>I was passing through a small town called Speed recently

I would have higher expectations in a place call Speed.
tskinner
25/03/2014
11:36:46 AM
On 25/03/2014 shortman wrote:
snip
>international roast
snip, snip
>Surprisingly good coffee after 5hrs on the road.

Dan....were you smoking some of that funny stuff again?

shortman
25/03/2014
11:47:08 AM
On 25/03/2014 tskinner wrote:
>On 25/03/2014 shortman wrote:
>snip
>>international roast
>snip, snip
>>Surprisingly good coffee after 5hrs on the road.
>
>Dan....were you smoking some of that funny stuff again?
>
Minor detail...you could have made a killing if ya saw between the lines, :)

Miguel75
25/03/2014
12:25:39 PM
There were lines, in Speed?

shortman
25/03/2014
12:45:34 PM
On 25/03/2014 Miguel75 wrote:
>There were lines, in Speed?

Yep...and coffee, :)
ithomas
25/03/2014
1:18:43 PM
My reply was not spam. It was just a note to say that the menu made my mouth water; which is more than I can say for almost any other cafe between Melbourne and Natimuk. However, the number of mealy mouthed replies from lily-livered wannabes made me want to provide a number of you with a knuckle sandwich!

Eduardo Slabofvic
25/03/2014
1:40:48 PM
On 25/03/2014 ithomas wrote:
> to provide a number of you with a knuckle
>sandwich!

Can I have spam with that?

shortman
25/03/2014
1:50:32 PM
On 25/03/2014 ithomas wrote:
>My reply was not spam. It was just a note to say that the menu made my
>mouth water; which is more than I can say for almost any other cafe between
>Melbourne and Natimuk. However, the number of mealy mouthed replies from
>lily-livered wannabes made me want to provide a number of you with a knuckle
>sandwich!

Don't be shy now....

Miguel75
25/03/2014
4:37:00 PM
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/

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