New Asian Fusion Restaurant ‘JAMU’ Opens In Richmond

Located in Melbourne’s bustling go to foodie suburb Richmond, ​JAMU creates an essence of bringing everyone together with their Asian fusion menu designed for sharing.

Owned by Hawthorn AFL players, ​James Frawley & Isaac Smith and Evelyn Lau, ​A Thousand Blessings renowned business owner​, ​JAMU ​has been inspired by a mixture of backgrounds creating something magical.


“JAMU is about the culmination of cultures, founded on the fusion of Malaysian and Modern Australian cuisine. The cuisine is nothing short of amazing, leaving your taste buds wanting more. My favourites are the Tomahawk Steak, Kingfish Ceviche, Pork Hock and you can’t go past the Cheeseburger Spring Rolls,” ​says owner James Frawley.


The interior is designed to match the concept of the menu, creating a fusion through the use of materials and forms. Throughout the 70 person capacity space with indoor & outdoor seating,you will see a combination of copper, mesh and custom designed solid timber tables aimed at bringing diners back to Australian roots through the use of local materials.

JAMU is located at 1 Palmer Street in the heart of Richmond and is open Tuesday to Sunday for dinner with lunch sittings from Friday to Sunday, this new hotspot will fast become one of your new locals.


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