Black Stump Beyond the Black Stump

[24/06/09] 

Yup, the world is coming to an end – swine flu, bird flu and mad cow disease are going to wipe out the Earth’s population. So, naturally, you might ask: Just what meat is left that’s safe to eat? Why, kangaroo and crocodile meat, of course.

But before you head Down Under, you can sink your teeth into these ‘exotic’ meats right here in the city at Black Stump. This Australian bar and grill franchise takes its name from the Australian expression for the imaginary point beyond which is considered uncharted territory. Don’t worry; you won’t be accused of being a savage, once you see what’s on the menu. There’s a range of surf and turf specialties to choose from, such as Red Dessert Kangaroo Skewers, Kangaroo Strip Loin, Crocodile Fillet and Tasmanian Salmon Fillet. The steaks come straight from Oz and are naturally grilled, just as you might find in a typical Aussie Barbie. Not that you need an ‘Aussie atmosphere’ to enjoy your meal, but the earthy, wooden interior with Aboriginal motif, open kitchen and outdoor-indoor dining area certainly help. 

Who’s hungry for some roo?

Black Stump
G/F, One Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui, Tel: 2721-0202
Open daily, 11:30 - 3pm, 5pm – midnight.
$$ - $200-$499

The Nuts & Bolts

If you’re craving for a chunk of crocodile or kangaroo to eat, head to Black Stump, an authentic Australian bar & grill.

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