RiverMint Dining are excited to announce our participation in Indigenous month in collaboration with Stuart Laws of Don Tapa and The Mantle, Fremantle. The month kicks off with a long table six-course dinner on the 7th March 2017, with courses featuring produce from the Kimberley region and specialised native ingredients. Each course will be prepared by some awesome WA chefs including Kiren Mainwaring (Co-Op Dining), Sam Ward (Mas), Melissa Palinkas (Young George) Stuart Laws (Don Tapa) and Sue Lewis (Sue Lewis Chocolatier). Tickets are limited to 25, so get your ticket quick on Eventbrite. There will also be art exhibitions by local aboriginal artists including Naomi Grant and Philip Narkle and a cultural talk with Dale Tilbrook of Maalinup gallery.
Robyne will also be holding a cooking class and demonstration on Sunday the 12th March featuring native ingredients from the season of Bunuru. If you fancy learning more about native ingredients and how you can use them in your kitchen, visit our recently posted event on Eventbrite for tickets or click here.
We here at Rivermint Dining would like to recognise the traditional owners of our land, elders past and present, and would in particular like to pay our respects to members of the Kimberley communities whose ingredients, including Kakadu Plum and Boab, will be featured at the long table dinner.