Chur Burger, Surry Hills
|The very hipster Chur Burger|
|Enjoying the diner feel|
|Selection of hot sauce - impressed Uncle G|
|Grilled beef (x 2), cheese, tomato jam, mustard mayo, |
pickle - $10 (+ $4 for double meat)
|Pulled pork, Chur BBQ sauce, red slaw, fennel mayo - $10|
|Uncle G's idea of hiking: "there's vegetation and we're walking i.e. hiking"|
Yasaka, Liverpool St Sydney
|Yasaka Ramen, level 2 seating|
|Tonkotsu Shio Ramen with Egg - $15.80|
The soup was definitely thick, rich and full of collagen. We prefer a lightly thinner soup, as the thick style is a little sticky for our palate. But it is a promising bowl of ramen - especially the eggs (given the thumbs up by Uncle G).
Aqua S, Regent Place Sydney
The business model was simple.
1. Choose from cone, small or large cup.
2. Choose a flavour from Lemon Tea, Sea Salt or Biscotti (or a mix of 2).
3. Choose your toppings: Fairy floss, toasted marshmellow, poppin' candy, caramelised popcorn.
Seems simple enough right? Except they neglect to mention there is a 20 min wait if you want 'fairy floss' as a topping.
|Sea salt & Lemon tea soft serve w toasted marshmellow, fairy floss - $6.30|
Stuff ourselves was a lot of fun. I plan to do more Sydney CBD Grazing tours. Any suggested itineraries?