Karrikin is the compound that brings the best of the region’s local catch, seasonal produce, and foraged delicacies together with a truly artistic and courageous interweaving of style and substance, resulting in a native cuisine experience unlike any other Seeking a deeper connection to their ancient land and to one another through the culinary journey, Karrikin is who they are; an ethos born in the beauty and fire of new beginnings.
Ever-evolving four-course set menu, with dishes like fish, cabbage, onions and ponzu. Right in the heart of Yamba.
Born in the beauty and fire of new beginnings, Karrikin restaurant on Coldstream Street in Yamba offers an ever-changing four-course set menu, crafted from local, seasonal produce and foraged delicacies. Named for the proteins that bind to soil and renew life in the aftermath of smoke and bushfire, this elegant space blends a cool colour palette with dark wood, artwork and softly glowing pendents to set the scene for inspired dining. Taking cues from native surrounds, expect starting plates that excite and tempt the taste buds such as octopus, beetroot and cherry; before larger choices like beef rump cap, corn, peach and a side of pumpkin, garlic and herbs, or fish, broccoli, fennel and citrus. Divine desserts such as lemon myrtle and finger lime cream pie will delight sweet tooths.