Native Foodways would love to cater for your next breakfast, lunch, dinner, or event.
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We cook up and deliver quality native foods such as: native pies, pastries, muffins, bagels, and sandwiches. We also provide native drinks such as Lemon Myrtle Ginger Beer and Native Ice Tea with Wild Honey from native nectar and pollen. We can do vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options too.
We service in and around Gadigal Country (Central Sydney).
Our catering is led by our Director of Native Foods and Kichens, Gamilaraay cook Corey Grech and Goomeroi and Western Kuku Yalanji Cook Cassidy Watts. Corey and Cassidy have more than 20 years of experience working in the native food industry.
Know as Gaiya in Gubi Gubi language, Sugarbag honey is some of the rarest on earth.
Sugarbag is quickly becoming recognised as one of the most, if not the most, medicinal and healthy honey on the planet. What an incredible story and unique native resource. One that has been nurtured and cultivated by First Peoples since time immemorial.
First Nations communities around Australia have loved native honey for untold generations and each community has its own protocols around harvesting and sharing the golden treasure.
Native Foodways is excited to bring you Sugarbag Native Honey from Gubi Gubi and Yuggera Country.
Open Monday to Friday from 7am to 2:00pm. At Wintergarden, 1 O'Connell Street, Sydney.
We have opened a Bakery on Gadigal Country.
A First Nations owned and led bakery that uses native foods in every dish. A bakery that continues the oldest baking tradition in the world. A bakery that is creating a First Nations native grain supply chain.
The bakery is led by Gamilaraay Cook Corey Grech and Goomeroi and Western Kuku Yalanji Cook Cassidy Watts. We're currently recruiting a number of First Nations cooks, baristas, and kitchen hands to support them.
This is the same amazing team that brings you Native Foodways Catering.
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