Get a Sneak Preview of Malak Marketplace 2017 at Territory Taste Festival
11 March 2017
Enjoy the diverse tastes and flavours of the Malak Marketplace one week before the market’s Opening Night back in its Malak home on the 29th April. Six stallholders championing organic food and produce will taking over 12 square metres of Darwin Convention Centre at the Territory Taste Festival on 22 and 23 April – and anticipate thousands of visitors stopping by to “Eat, drink, share.”
During the Territory’s ultimate foodies’ celebratory and revelatory carnival, you can meet:
This small family farm has operated in the Top End for over 50 years and grow a large variety of fruit, vegetables and herbs. They are proud of the freshness and high quality of their produce. Take home their produce and take time to talk organic with this wonderfully friendly, local family of farmers.
The Buda Bar team is offering three sauce zucchini zoodles, super green energy balls and a selection of tonics and smoothies proudly showcasing local growers/suppliers. Chefs Rick and Amanda have recently completed a Raw Chef Certification resulting in a plant-based food experience that not only tastes great, but also focusses on the nutritional value of food choices.
Monlika uses the best certified organic produce to create authentic Indonesian sweets and hot food. Monlika Food will be showcasing traditional Indonesian certified organic food including beef rendang, bakso soup (meatball noodle soup), traditional Indonesian chicken or lamb satay, corn fritters and Monlika’s signature green sweet pancake.
Seasonality is at the heart of what Martin and Kelly – the creative and dynamic duo behind Needle in a Haystack – do. They look at what local farms are growing and design a menu around that – because food tastes better when it is fresh and naturally grown. Just of their dishes will get your foodie heart racing….try their beer and thyme braised beef, roasted garlic and potato puree, watercress, wasabi kale and beef and beer reduction.
A huge favourite with the lunch-crowd in Darwin’s city centre, Chakoro Sushi prepares beautifully fresh, tasty and expertly made sushi temaki rolls (hand rolls).Truly mouth-watering and ever so easy to eat as you explore the festival. Chakoro Sushi is also known for their fish shaped inari (fried tofu that contains sushi rice, simple but simply delicious).
ALL THINGS EATABLE
Newbies on the block, ALL THINGS EATABLE are joining the Malak Marketplace family for the first time on its Grand Opening on the 29th April, with an amazing range of eatable plants. Taste the amazing, fresh flavours of: aibiza, kang kong, Brazilian spinach, mushroom leaf, aloe vera, pumpkin tip, galangal and more. All Things Eatable will be on hand to guide you through new tastes with advice on how to use these amazing, and perhaps little-known edible plants.