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Review - Jazz City




I’m watching my third season of BBQ Pittmasters. I don’t know whether my obsession with this show is about celebrating artisan craftsmanship, or well-cooked brisket. What Myron Mixon has taught me is that tender, tasty brisket has a charry crust and good pull on the slices.



So you’ll understand why my first inclination now, when being confronted with a slice of Beef Brisket ($8/100g), is to pick it up with my fingers and give it a tug.



Luckily Jazz City’s third - and to my eye, finest – location is a relaxed, sticky-fingers kind of place.



Service is a little chaotic, with two ordering points, depending upon whether you’re there to eat diner food, or central Texan barbeque.



However once you snaffle a table in the nicely kitted out space, the time delay to wrapping your lips around fork-split Beef Short Rib ($5/100g) is mercifully short.



So short in fact, we were done before the next round of Cornbread ($5) was pulled from the oven.



Balance your meaty tray of Pulled Pork ($8/100g), house-made Sausage ($5/each) and...



...slightly disappointing Pork Ribs ($8/100g) with ‘Slaw ($2.50), super tasty Pinto Beans ($2.50) and...



...standout Pickles ($2.50) to cut the fat.



Cracking house-made sauces, a creamy Coconut Milkshake ($8) and a ‘Merican Abita Golden ($8) make it worth going back for more.

Jazz City Diner
200 Goulburn Street, Surry Hills
Ph: (02) 9264 2572


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