RESTAURANT REVIEW | CHARCOAL LANE

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Immortalised by local indigenous artist Archie Roach, “Charcoal Lane” is a ballad of local and significant heritage.

 

Charcoal Lane was originally the office of the Victorian Aboriginal Health Services from 1973 to 1992 and became a restaurant in 2006 after a successful expression of interest by Mission Australia.

 

Charcoal Lane combines traditional Aboriginal stories and contemporary Aboriginal art with Aboriginal flavours entwined into modern cuisine.

 

This 145-year-old bluestone building provides hospitality training, work experience and a supportive environment for Aboriginal and disadvantaged youth to become productive members of mainstream employment.

 

Charcoal Lane combines traditional Aboriginal stories and contemporary Aboriginal art with Aboriginal flavours entwined into modern cuisine.

 

A range of sample menus are available on the restaurant’s website.

 

The team at Charcoal Lane can also feed a crowd at your next function or event.

 

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