13-30 March:
Schillykickk!

WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY NIGHTS – 13-30 MARCH

Exclusively to The Residency Collaborative Kitchen this March comes those local masters of Thai fusion cuisine – Schillykickk! You might have seen their food truck at the festivals, markets and events around Newcastle. They have been gathering quite a following – and it’s no wonder because their food is nothing short of AMAZING!!!

For limited dates only – BOOK NOW!


"Best street food out there! You'd be hard pressed to find anything as flavoursome outside of Bangkok or in it!"
Shelley Penn
Customer

Set Menu

$55 per person/$64 per person with dessert

Thai-style char-grilled eggplant dip & chilli+herb dipping oil with grilled bread

 
Grilled satay chicken skewers with house made roasted peanut sauce and fragrant rice 
 
Green curry arancini  with roasted chilli jam, lime creme fraiche, shredded kaffir lime, basil and scallion

THAI TACO 2 WAYS:
9 hour braised beef taco, with asian slaw, red miso an chilli glaze, crispy onion, green nam jim sauce, and house made ranch

Crispy fish taco, with lightly battered fish, wombok salad, green nam jim sauce, chilli mayo, and coriander

Meatless Monk, with grilled eggplant, grilled spiced tofu, fried cauliflower, crispy onion, red mis chilli glaze, and house made ranch (vegan option available)

Salt and Sichuan Pepper Squid, with burnt shallot, chilli, lime aioli, and asian slaw

Dessert 
Tropical Eton Mess with fresh mango, pasionfruit compote, meringue pieces, chantilly creme, and toasted coconut flake

(Please note menu items might change during the pop-up due to availability)

Fully Licensed with wines available for purchase from local producers, Margan and Innercity Winemakers, and locally produced beers (no BYO)

Soft drinks, coffee, and tea also available for purchase. 

THIS MONTH’S RESIDENT CHEF:

Chef Rocki grew up around his mother’s restaurant in the old town of Bangkok but has called Australia home since 2014.

Coming from a strong bloodline of cooks he naturally fell into cheffing. With his experienced palate for Thai flavours, and a passion for cooking western food Rocki and his wife established Thai Fusion food truck Schillykickk in Newcastle in April 2017. 

Drawing influence from his fusion street food menu, Rocki will be sharing a Thai Fusion Tapas cuisine with Newcastle throughout March.

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