We can all agree that hamburgers are delicious – but no one does it quite like Australia! Burgers Down Under are incomplete without the twang of sliced beetroot .
Barramundi is the Aboriginal name for sea-bass that literally translates to “large, silver-scaled fish”. This is a staple in most Australian restaurants.
People either love or hate this cult Aussie spread – there is no in between! Luckily, most Australians swear by Vegemite.
The longest (and sweetest!) running dispute between Aussies and Kiwis is over the Pav. This light, meringue dessert topped with fresh fruits and whipped cream.
Named after the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, these oats-coconut cookies were originally sent to soldiers abroad as the ingredients don’t spoil easily.
The Aussie version of spring rolls is widely available across at fish and chip shops as well as supermarkets across Australia.