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Smoke House Platter: smoked brisket, Creole chicken, slow-smoked pork belly, pork terrine, coleslaw, duck fat potatoes, smoked garlic baked gravy mops jus and fig cranberry lager relish.
For the best beer garden and Mod Oz fare on King Street Wharf, Sydneysiders head to All Hands Brewing House on The Promenade. Some say too many hands spoil the brew, but at this hip, micro-brewery and restaurant, it’s the more the merrier, as friends gather for after-work drinks and craft beer while taking in harbour views. Fresh life has been injected into the site of the old King Street brew house, now boasting polished wood floors and furniture with bold blue accents, where guests can linger over a drink and share pulled chicken loaded fries with smoky cheese sauce and pickled onions. From the smoker comes spice rubbed pork belly, apple lime pepper slaw and chicharron; or slice into char-grilled sirloin, mustard butter, duck fat potatoes, blue cheese cos and jus, with a Hump Day IPA.
22 The Promenade, King Street Wharf 2000 NSW - See Map
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