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Review - Ribs & Burgers Neutral Bay




Confession time: I find butchers, butchers’ aprons, Berkel meat slicers and sharp knives rather exciting.



However it was still disconcerting to find out my dining companion had a Hungarian butcher doppelganger - a brother-from-another-mother - whose image loomed over our table.



Just in case the photos...



...wall of meat grinders, and jar-enclosed lights didn’t give it away, this is a light-hearted space that’s meant to summon butchers’ shops of old.



While you won’t find sawdust on the floor (or get handed a stick of cabanossi), their open-style kitchen does dish up a mean burger and a great rack of ribs.



Their signature Wagyu Burger ($18) comes piled high with onion rings, salad, dill pickles and both pink and BBQ sauces.



With a James Squire The Chancer Golden Ale ($7) and some of their ‘famous’ Chips ($4/small) it’s all you really need for a fast casual bite.



Pork Ribs ($29) are marinated then slow cooked for eight hours, coming with chips and coleslaw.



They’re messy but compelling (the serve is slightly small) and a Kirin ($7) will cut against them nicely. Think of it not as fast food, but as good food served quickly, in a setting you won’t feel out of place - even wearing thongs on the way back from Balmoral Beach.

Ribs & Burgers
Shop 3, 19-25 Grosvenor Street, Neutral Bay
Ph: (02) 9904 5774


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Paula Morgan
Dec. 9th, 2013 01:11 am (UTC)
I tried the Lamb burger at Eastgardens on the weekend and it was dry and really disappointing given it's price tag. Perhaps it was a one off "miss" but it really was overdone, pretty tasteless piece of meat.
The condiments and sides were good though.
missdissent
Dec. 9th, 2013 07:05 am (UTC)
Ah the new Eastgardens store that just opened... haven't been there yet. The burger I had was juicy and well handled.
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