Olceaceae has just announced it’s set to embark on an exciting new chapter in its culinary journey. With a family heritage rooted in Lebanese traditions and a passion for hospitality, owner Amy Daher has captivated the local community with her delicious and extensive menu.
After starting as a solidly Mediterranean restaurant, their collaboration with the renowned Indian restaurant, The Mustard Seed, saw the addition of regional Indian dishes.
Now, Olceaceae is preparing to bid farewell to its Mount Barker location on Gawler Street. But fear not, food enthusiasts, for a new era is about to dawn at Aston Hills.
The announcement of Olceaceae’s move to Aston Hills has sparked anticipation and curiosity among its loyal patrons.
Olceaceae will close the doors of it’s July 10th, with the new location opening its doors in the near future under the name of The Mustard Seed. This rebranding will unite Olceaceae with The Mustard Seed’s existing venues in Hahndorf and Murray Bridge, ensuring that the flavours and culinary delights synonymous with the restaurant will remain the same.
Aston Hills, designed as a walkable village, provides the perfect location for the restaurant.
The Olceaceae cottage, surrounded by trees and lawn, exuded a cosy and rustic ambience. However, the new location aims to embrace a more contemporary aesthetic.
One of the most reassuring aspects of this move is that Olceaceae’s beloved menu will remain unchanged. Fans can breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that they can still indulge in their exquisite Mediterranean and Indian menu.
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