“The long bar is made from ironbark timber, reclaimed from an old bridge in Queensland. A staircase to the mezzanine level above the bar is planned, after which DJs and bands will play to patrons below.”
"Backing up the booze, there's a tidy rotation of seasonal drinking-friendly fare, starring lots of Aussie cheeses and cured meats. Plus, Galah will also host a jam-packed live music lineup that'll cover a range of genres throughout the year."
"A healthy streak of Australiana runs through a new Windsor watering hole where cocktails, wines, beers and tucker stylishly reinvent dinky-di.”
“This watering hole in Windsor focuses squarely on Aussie produce and wines. At street level you'll find a compact take-away bottle shop specialising in local and low intervention wines and Aussie small batch spirits. Upstairs you'll find Galah, where you can sample these goods alongside snacks. Bring up a bottle of vino from downstairs and they will open it for you (with a small corkage fee) or you can work your way through cocktails like the Outback Sheila Margarita with lemon myrtle, Trombo tequila and pops of Australian finger lime.”
"It’s nice to see Australiana being done without the kitsch. Galah would work no matter where the booze came from—the local touches are just the gumnut on top.”
-THE URBAN LIST, FEBRUARY 2018