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Araliya

Cindy Sargon

A la carte

Trading Spices

26th September 2015

Episode: 6

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For the real spice of life there’s only one place to visit in St Kilda. Araliya is plating up some seriously seasoned Sri Lankan specialties. Chef Sam Wedande, originally from Sri Lanka, creates dishes with a modern spin. He uses only high quality local ingredients infused with the spices that Sri Lanka is well known for: coriander, cumin, fennel, cardamom, cinnamon and cloves. There is an extensive wine list to accompany your meal and if you’re wondering what to order from the menu - why not try the free range egg roti omelette with goat’s cheese or the spice crusted fish with tamarind. The spice is always right at Araliya – so make your way over and find out why.

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Araliya

157 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda 3182

Ph: 9078 6757

Meals $15^

Open for lunch every Thursday – Sunday 12pm onwards
Open for dinner every Tuesday – Sunday 5pm – 10.30pm

www.araliyastkilda.com.au 

Prices correct as at 26/09/15

2015, Cindy Sargon, EatingOut, Ep 6, September, Sri Lankan

Suburb St Kilda
Address 157 Fitzroy Street
City St Kilda
Postcode 3182
Phone 9078 6757
Price Meals $15^
Website www.araliyastkilda.com.au
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