Galah, Windsor

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MELBOURNE | I’d walked past the narrow entrance to Galah countless times, and always wondered what it was about, but hadn’t stopped in until recently. It turns out I that should have visited much earlier, as Galah is pretty great. It’s much larger than it appears from the street, with a set of stairs at the rear of the small takeaway bottle shop leading to a large, light filled, open converted warehouse space.

The bar, named galah because the pink birds are said to lead you to a drink if you’re ever lost in the bush, focuses on mostly independent Australian makers, local seasonal produce, and native ingredients for the for both its drinks and food. The cocktail list is particularly interesting with bespoke cocktails and Aussie twists on the classics. I opted for the “Bush Tommy’s”, a twist on the Tommy’s Margarita. It’s contains Tequila Trombo blanco, pepperberry agave, strawberry gum, and lime with a saltbush rim. A tasty take on the classic.

Other drinks include things like an Old Fashioned with smoked rum and aspen & wattle-seed bitters, and Mad Max, a quandong sloe gin and bush tomato concoction.

Combine this with a food menu that features things like an open kangaroo souvlaki and a twisted Aussie kimchi, and I definitely know I’ll be back for more.

Galah

216 High Street
Windsor
Victoria 3181
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9521 5325
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Tue – Thu: 5:00pm to 1:00am
Fri – Sat: 3:00pm to 1:00am
Sun: 4:00pm to 1:00am

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