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Aligning with Mexican cultural values, the menu is designed to be shared with family and friends. A signature special is their ‘Make your own tacos’ (M.Y.O.T), where diners are encouraged to create their own taco flavour combinations.
Located towards the end of Bondi Rd in South Bondi, Carbón is a venue that gives off an effortlessly fun, relaxed vibe and amazing food and cocktails.
288 Bondi Road
Fri & Sat: 12pm–11pm
Sunday: 12pm – 10pm
+61 (02) 9388 1451
MILPA Collective is travelling to Mexico City.
Located in Colonia Roma, considered one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Mexico City, renowned for its’ beautiful architecture, incredible hospitality scene and its’ abundance of cultural activities.
At MUX we want to keep alive the ancestral knowledge of indigenous cooks, their traditions and their products. MUX offers seasonal menus collaborating with indigenous communities across the country, showcasing the best of their culinary traditions, promoting fair trade and the conservation of native crops and ancestral agave.
San·ta Ca·ta·ri·na | \ ˌsan-tə-ˌka-tə-ˈrē-nə \
Coming to Clarence Street August, a mezcal bar with an interesting food offering inspired by the ancestral cuisine of Oaxaca. A place for everyone; for mezcal sommeliers as well as for party goers and casual walk-bys.
Santa Catarina Minas is a municipality at the heart of Oaxaca, south-west Mexico. The seemingly unconnected parts of saints, martyrs, mines and mezcal, are what makes Santa Catarina Minas the hub of Artisanal mezcals. A mystic and magical alcohol running on river waters, dusty roads and lush mountains, distilled in clay pots, over wood-fire and brick ovens at the light of candles. This sets up the perfect environment for our beloved Santa Catarina, coming to Clarence street, August.
A lavish restaurant and cocktail bar with a home feeling, serving Mayan food from the south peninsula of Yucatan, Mexico, opening its doors to a blend of Colonial Elegance and Mayan ancestry.
Founded by Spanish conquistadors, Merida prospered to be the wealthiest city in the country. Carved Maya stones from ancient cities were used to build Spanish colonial buildings, mixed with European embellishments, paint and ornamentation. Ancestral recipes blended with lush and rich European flavours, mirror the majestic presence of the architecture, to the eye and to the mouth.
The flavours from the kitchen of creamy spices and aged cheeses, blended with the scents of orange blossom, dried red roses and a hint of fresh tobacco leaves; welcoming the most delicate palates as well as indulgent foodies.
Our Casa Merida is drenched in heritage and uses it’s rustic elegance with distinct singularity paying homage to its main inspiration, the city of Merida, Yucatan.
Our casa will be opening our doors to you in August.
Inspired by surrealism art movement in Mexico; our Londres 126 holds a story inside their walls as you enter to a different world. The seemingly unrelated name connotes a Mexican artist living abroad, the clash of cultures. It is a story to tell and a story to remember. Coming to Circular Quay in September.