Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Meat District Co., King Street Wharf - Sydney

Meat, burgers, ribs. And beer.
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Burgers in spotlight.

How good does that sound?

Meat District Co. has joined Sydney's dining scene since November, offering high quality, reasonably priced burgers and BBQ wonders at the pretty King Street Wharf. Craft beers, wines, and signature cocktails are also in offer to go with your hefty meat feast. With contemporary and rustic design, the place is brimming with comfortable elegance and welcoming ambiance, and the open kitchen downstairs is a thrilling view on its own.

Rather than making you yawn with more words, I'll make you drool with the pictures instead. Enjoy.

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Level 2 dining area in natural light. Wooden tables, high stools, and little green plants; elegant and casual at the same time.

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Outdoor seating. Who would say no for such view?

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The spiral staircase is also a unique addition of the gorgeous interior.

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Cured meat platter ($18 for 2, $34 for 4): cold cuts, olives, gherkin, olive bread, crisp lavosh and grapes. Great mix with appealing presentation.

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They aren't short on cocktails department either. These molecular cocktails had the pearls that popped cheekily upon consumption.

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Compressed, grilled watermelon salad with sumac, goat cheese, and hazelnuts.

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Sweet summer corn with chilli, lime and truffle parmesan.

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Fries with truffle salt, truffle parmesan, truffle aioli.

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Battered onion rings with truffle aioli.

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Open kitchen on Level 1. All those grills and meat!

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Are those burgers I'm looking at?

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Chicken burgers: crumbed chicken breast with sesame seeds, almond flakes, tomato, coleslaw and horseradish.

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From all the burgers served that night, my favourite went for the truffle burger than had truffle parmesan and truffle aioli. And mind you, they have 11 different burgers listed on the menu!

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Roasted bone marrow served with sourdough.

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Beef ribs (twice-cooked, finished on the grill).

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One of the highlights of the night: super tender, lip-smacking pork ribs. I can eat this all day.

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Steak. I am not sure which cut but they sure know how to handle their meat. Pink in the middle with oozing juice. I wish I had the whole plank.

Meat District Co is a great place to wind up and have some cocktails. Most of the food sampled that night hit the right spot, and personally, I would be happy to come back and have the full portion of the steak. And the fries. And of course, the pork ribs.

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Currency: $1 = IDR 10,800


Rating: 3/5 (Worth the try)
Great selections of BBQ items, price is reasonable, can't really say anything about the service since I wasn't actually dining but food seemed to come to the customers' tables quite quickly, ambiance is really nice with killer view.


Irene's Getting Fat! and guest attended launch of Meat District Co. courtesy of Meat District Co. and Polkadot PR (Jordana). Thank you very much! However, all opinions are purely based on my personal taste.







Address:

MEAT DISTRICT CO

Shop R3 11 Lime Street
King Street Wharf, Sydney
NSW 2000

Phone: (02) 9279 4115

Web: Meat District Co
Facebook: Meat District Co

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16 comments:

  1. Hi Irene,

    Nice to know you via blogging. I'm from Melbourne and I love my food too!!!

    Hope to be friends via blogging. I'm now your latest follower and also like you at FB.

    I have also a couple of prizes to giveaway for Australian residents. Interested to join?

    http://www.bakeforhappykids.com/2014/12/a-diy-cake-kit-from-mummas-cakes-and.html

    Good luck!

    Zoe

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    1. Hi Zoe, thanks for stopping by!
      And wow, the baking kit looks so handy!

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  2. The pork ribs are making me drool :O

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    1. Pork ribs kill me too everytime :)

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  3. Everything looks so good! Even though the meat looks great though, I find myself drawn to the corn - it looks like it's been chargrilled to perfection!

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    1. The corn was not only chargrilled to perfection; it is the definition of perfection! So tasty, juicy, and moreish.

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    1. You can have all the bone marrow you want, Helen! I'm not a big fan, unfortunately! :)

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  5. loveee their burgers and their caramel tart, soo freaking good

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    1. I would like to try the full version of the burgers though, the sliders were slightly too dry to my liking.

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  6. Meat, burgers, ribs, and beer = good times :D Gimme some bone marrow :9

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    1. I'll give you all the bone marrow but I'm getting all of your steak? :)

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  7. Hot damn those pork ribs!! A district full of meat sure is good in my books!

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    1. It really does not get better than this!

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  8. Dear Irene,

    I just came from Amy's blog and it's so good reliving this episode. Loved the bone marrow and I had about 6 of them. The beef is a cut of sirloin but I thought the pork ribs needed more flavour in the marinade while the beef ribs could be more tender.

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    1. We couldn't even finish one between the two of us, hahaha. I love the steak and the pork ribs so much!

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