GAJA by Sashi - introduces the Australian Masterchef Champion 2018 to Australia and the world.

GAJA in sanskrit गज- means ‘elephant’, which symbolises in Hindu culture strength, wisdom, royalty and solidarity. Befitting, given that Sashi’s food will be authentically true to taste, bold and robust and pack full to the brim with flavour. Spanning Indian, Singaporean and Malaysian classics, Sashi’s menu will explore the road less travelled, with dishes that will appeal to the curious foodie voice in us all. In the future a shelf ready range of condiments, sauces and ingredients will be introduce under GAJA.

‘FLAVOUR IS MY HOMETOWN’ tells of his personal story of South Indian upbringing, his hometown, Singapore and South East Asian influences to his food and philosophy.





ZOMG Things brings to you all the best offerings from PUFFLE and POKLOL all under one menu. Creating American style BBQ dishes with an Asian influence. Tune in every week to see what new creation we have in store for y'all.





"Ume Dogs is the latest venture by chef Kerby Craig and Ume Burger collaborator Jo "Chewba" Siahaan. Following the runaway success of Sydney institution Ume Burger and the award-winning Bar Ume, Craig plans to grow the Ume brand with the addition of Japanese hot dogs to their portfolio.The pair aim to elevate hot dog to a new level by drawing upon their experiences in Japan and making use of the exceptional small goods and local produce Australia has to offer. Combine this with the winning array of Japanese-inspired side dishes and sauces the pair have developed during their time developing the Ume brand and you've got an exciting recipe for success




Son in law takes its name from a famous Thai street food favourite, a dish with a humorous back-story. It’s said that if a mother-in-law feels her son-in-law is being less than kind to her daughter, she’ll cook and serve these deep fried eggs as a clear message: be nice because your family jewels are on the line! Perhaps tongue-in-cheek, nonetheless it’s a warning in the form of a delicious but fiery dish. Not one to play it safe, here at Son in Law we bravely balance the two opposing forces of staying true to our authentic and very real Thai roots, while at the same time looking forward, modernising and pushing the boundaries of Thai food in our new journey at HWKR.