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Yim Yam in The Age: Good Food

Yes we made the papers again, this time for our delicious caramelised banana roti recipe – an absolutely brilliant way to use up ripe bananas! Five ways with over-ripe bananas

Yim Yam’s caramelised banana roti

Purchase good quality fresh roti bread from your local Asian grocer or follow the roti bread recipe below.

For the [...]

Lylah cooks Lao food with Luke Nguyen

Luke Nguyen’s latest series on SBS “Greater Mekong 2″ features an episode on Laos and who better to show him how to cook Laos food than our very own Lylah! In this segment Lylah shows Luke how to prepare three Laos dishes, being Toasted Rice & Coconut Salad (nam khao), Lao Chicken Salad (goi gai) [...]

Yim Yam Collingwood reviewed in Epicure!

Nina Rousseau from Epicure reviewed Yim Yam Collingwood in The Age today. Check it out her review right here! Thanks Nina, it was great to have you in our restaurant.

Tell us what you think? Do you like the new restaurant at Collingwood? Are you enjoying the new, extended menu?

Ela Cart talks Laotian food and Yim Yam

Ela said “I don’t think I ate ANYTHING in Laos that I didn’t enjoy. The nicest surprise was the absence of oily, wet curries, and the much bigger emphasis on fresh, light, spicy salads or meat/seafood dishes; lashings of supremely fresh herbs, a huge array of vegetables, and a good variety of meats and fish.”


Yim Yam in February’s MasterChef magazine!

Matt Preston loves Lylah’s Toasted Rice & Coconut Salad so much he said “this is a dish to which I have an almost fatal attraction” and featured it in his “Six of the Best restaurant dishes”. A tasty variation on the recipe and a story about Lylah is in February’s Master Chef magazine on pages [...]

The Epicure review that started it all

Way back in 2006 a review was done for Epicure in The Age by an unknown at the time reviewer called Matt Preston. While things have changed a lot for Matt Preston (this little show called Masterchef, you may have heard of it?) but his enthusiasm for Lylah’s Toasted Rice Salad hasn’t dampened in the [...]