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Brooklyn, Claremont

This wagyu burger is pretty good but at $25, it’s up there with Perth’s most expensive too. ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ “You have to try their bread with maple butter, it’s one of our favourites there” my sister Alice tells us. “I’m all for pub … Continue reading

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The Old Civic, Frenchs Forest

 Sydney has seen an explosion of burger joints. Some are good, some not so good. This burger is one of the better ones.  ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Longueville Hotel, Lane Cove Hunters Hill Hotel, Hunters Hill The Clovelly Hotel, Clovelly … Continue reading

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Vic’s Meat Market, Pyrmont

“My father came to Australia in 1971 literally with just the shirt on his back. As humble migrants from Croatia, our family worked extremely hard. And this is where we are today” ~ Anthony Puharich, Owner of Vic’s Premium Quality … Continue reading

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The Belrose Hotel, Belrose

Salt caramelization on this rib eye fat is bold and beefy, just like the porky goodness of chunky bacon bits on my baked potato.  ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:BLACK by Ezard, Sydney Blackbird Cafe, Sydney Yellow, Potts Point Antoine’s … Continue reading

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The Bayview Hotel, Gladesville

Luscious chunks of lobster meat is villain food in a James Bond movie. But Bond is not the hero here. It is the tempestuous villain girl in a pillowy brioche with her buttery decadence. ~~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~~

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MEAT DISTRICT CO., Sydney

MEAT DISTRICT CO. has thrown down the gauntlet, joining Sydney’s burgeoning burger warfare with ten different burgers on its menu. A hefty cheeseburger with bacon and aged cheddar costs just twelve bucks. It comes with caramelized onions, pickles, house sauce … Continue reading

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The Burger Shed, Mosman

The patty is well-charred, succulent and beefy. And the sesame bun passes my pillowy test too. ~~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~

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Burger Project, Sydney

It is located at “the people’s” end of town because it is in the heart of World Square and close to Sydney’s Chinatown.

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El Loco, Surry Hills

“A couple of bites into this soft, cheesy hot dog dressed with fresh salsa, I now realize Mexican to be more than just tacos, tequila and Salma Hayek”  ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~

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Mary’s, Newtown

This restaurant does not have signage. What it has is ex-Tetsuya’s head chef Luke Powell and an entrance deliberately made to look like shit. And nowhere else in Sydney can a restaurant get away with this kind of grunge except … Continue reading

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Devon Cafe, Surry Hills

” This eggs blini is definitely a Jennifer Lawrence because it is so rich and pretty “ ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Celsius Coffee Co., Kirribilli The Potting Mix, Alexandria Edition Coffee Roasters, Darlinghurst Breakfast by Sokyo Breakfast with Bill Granger … Continue reading

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The Flynn, Sydney

Sydney’s pub dining has come a long way in the last twenty years. It’s more than a decade ago when The Forresters in Surry Hills became the first pub to offer $5 steaks to draw in the crowd.

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Woolwich Pier Hotel, Woolwich

Update: Woolwich Pier Hotel was recently awarded Best Hotel for Dining by Sydney Morning Herald’s Pub Food Guide 2014. ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ Being a harbour city, there are countless bay, reefs, coves, peninsulas and inlets around Sydney’s foreshores and seascapes. More related … Continue reading

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