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Iluka is an Aboriginal word meaning near the sea. Chef owner Beau Clugston chose the name to evoke the spirit of his place, a distillation of what he’s learned from working in some of the world’s most renowned kitchens and from his surfside upbringing in Australia.
Iluka is all about super-fresh, super-delicious seafood and vegetables, made with care and commitment and served as if you’re family or best mates.
Beau grew up in Sawtell, on the mid north coast of New South Wales in Australia diving for oysters and cooking the fish he’d caught in the estuary. After an apprenticeship that took him to Pier in Sydney he worked for Gordon Ramsay for four years in London. In 2010 he joined Noma in Copenhagen rising to the test kitchen where he lead the research for Noma’s acclaimed pop-up in Sydney. Working for Noma chef and co-founder René Redzepi taught him many things – about tastes and flavours, about honesty and above all, that you can do anything you believe in.
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