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Spice Odysee Featured In Margaret River Magazine Article

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Family-run Spice Odysee (top marks for the name, guys) food truck melds Chel Sathish Kumar's professional training in India and his wife's Keerthana family recipes to create delicrous roadside meals.

Menu staples include beef vindaloo, creamy butter chicken, pumpkin and spinach dhal and lamb korma. Look out for nightly specials that take advantage of the seasonal local produce in abundance.

Sathish is proud to use only lresh local produce and is always looking fbr new ingredients to make his daily specials, such as freshly caught local snapper, goat, prawns or other meats as well as vegetarian options.

"We cook our dishes fresh every dav. We don't use anv chemicals, no preservatives and no additives. -We make all our own curry pastes - everwhine v,e make ourselves," Satish says. "Unlike other places, when vou buy a lamb korma from us, you get rice and pappadums too - it's a complete meal."

Flom the south of lndia to the south of Western Australia, Chef Sathish has a long career that includes working all over India, at the Marriot in Singapore, as well as Cullen Wines and Bunker Bay Resort before deciding to follow his passion and start Spice Odysee, much to the deligt of diners who love authentic Indian Food.

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