Lomah – short for "land of milk and honey" – is a casual, fresh, Israeli-inspired lunch spot. Formerly Colours by Atlas, in 2019, chef Charlie Carrington decided to take the brand in a different direction.
Lomah has the same focus on Mediterranean cuisine and fresh vegetables as Colours did, but this time around it draws its inspiration from the food and energy of Tel Aviv. Meals are served on a tray or in the a pita, and meat and fish options are available too.
Each tray comes with Lomah's signature hummus, a zucchini and cauliflower slaw, chickpea salad, tabbouli and tahini. Protein options include free-range chicken, shaved lamb from Gippsland and smoked river trout; plant-based options include oven-roasted eggplant and falafel. The pitas are stuffed with hummus, pickles, mixed vegetables and your choice of chicken, lamb, eggplant or falafel.
There's also a tight line-up of breakfast options. Think shakshuka, roasted-cauliflower breakfast salad, zhoug (spicy green sauce) with scrambled eggs, and an Israeli breakfast board.