Ballarat’s latest food and drink precinct continues to grow with the opening of two new contemporary offerings.
Head to The Goods Shed Ballarat‘s Dining Hall and take a seat at:
They share the heritage-listed bluestone building with newly-opened distillery and bar Itinerant Spirits.
Boom Time serves up an array of delicious dumplings and tasty meals.
Expect the likes of scallop dumplings with Sichuan chilli sauce; pork and black truffle soup dumplings with house-truffled soy; and wok-fried pippies in house XO.
Meanwhile, Nolans’ wholesome meals showcase local producers and fresh ingredients.
Think salt-baked celeriac; panko-crumbed Western Plains pork neck; Istra salami pizza and more.
For breakfast, enjoy house-made labneh with soft boiled eggs; lamb chorizo with roasted tomatoes and dukkah; and truffle scrambled eggs with mushrooms.
The menus at Boom Time and Nolans have been created by The Goods Shed executive chef Konstantin ‘Konny’ Putkin.
Konny has worked in multiple hatted restaurants and was named Foodservice Australia’s 2022 Australian Chef of the Year.
You’ll find Boom Time, Nolans and Itinerant Spirits at 200 Lydiard Street North, next to Quest Ballarat Station and the Ballarat Train Station.
Main image: Nolans (as captured by Tara Moore)