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ABOUT US

Let's just cut to the chase; we love food, people and nature. Biji Dining is what allows us to bring all this together. Inspired by the bold and vibrant flavours of India, our pop up events move where we travel; exposing us to different cultures, climates, produce and exciting new challenges - all reflected in the food we create.

 

Our concept is simple, we serve a menu that evolves with the seasons. We explore new and inventive ways of creating dishes that blend old India with local and native Australian ingredients. Our belief is to use whatever is available, supporting local growers and small producers; focused on sustainability, minimal waste and all that is good for this earth.

UPCOMING EVENTS

DINNER at RAHONA VALLEY

MORNINGTON PENINSULA

Saturday, 29 June

from 6.30pm

Welcome to Rahona Valley - the Peninsula's sparkling secret! Sandy LOVES sparkling wines, so it's no accident our next pop up is in collaboration with this little gem in Dromana.

Enjoy a soul warming, intimate, share style feast; featuring new dishes and flavours inspired by Harry's recent travels back to India. Perfectly accompanying this is Rahona Valley's beautiful sparkling and cool climate wines, poured by Dianne and Toby themselves! Have a glass or two, share a bottle or go all out and let them match your wines course by course.


$95pp (food only)
$35 matched wines
*prices excluding a booking fee

Where: 3/48 Collins Rd, Dromana, VIC 3936

We can accommodate the following dietaries: Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Nut Free. Please mention at the time of booking.

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Please contact us for enquiries regarding special events, private functions or catering.

Interested in collaborative work or hosting a pop-up at your venue? We'd love to hear from you!

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which we live, work and play - recognising their continuing connection to the land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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