Elijah's Kitchen - Review

Elijah's Kitchen

In Elijah’s Kitchen, 
Darwin finally has an answer to the question of 
where in this city to enjoy an authentic Indigenous dining experience. Zach Green and Leila Gurruwiwi, partners in 
life and business,  have created 
a magical pop-up by the sea, sharing local produce and Indigenous ingredients through well-executed dishes such as dry-aged buffalo scotch with pepperberry sauce, grilled stingray salad with chilli and mango or crocodile laksa. Speaking of crocs, Green 
might just emerge from the kitchen to share how baru 
got his scales or one of the 
other ancient stories behind 
his ingredients, as Gurruwiwi warmly manages front of house. Finish up with rosella panna cotta or the luscious, not-too-sweet green ant cheesecake, depending on 
that night’s menu. Be quick before this dry-season BYO 
pop-up closes for the year.

Elijah's Kitchen

Open Thursday-Sunday for dinner 
(until October)

Best for: Trying something a little different
Fab factor: The enthusiasm of founders Zach Green and Leila Gurruwiwi
Address: Vesteys Beach, Darwin
Phone number: 0417 919 654 

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