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Sydney’s Best Sliders

Sydney’s Best Sliders

July 9, 2014

The Urban List has delivered its pick of the best sliders in Sydney – otherwise known as mini-hamburgers, those tasty bar-snacks currently the toast of the town. Here are the recommendations:

        • A pulled-pork slider with apple chutney and aioli is just the thing as you watch the sun go down over the water at the 4 Pines Brewing Company at Manly (with a handcrafted 4 Pines beer in hand, of course).

  • All the sliders you can eat are yours for just $20 at The Passage in Darlinghurst on Wednesday nights from 5pm. The tables are communal, and the cocktails are two-for-one.
  • Vegetarians, take heart. Barbecued eggplant or fried green tomato sliders are on the menu at Miss Peaches in Newtown, where the sliders come in four-packs.
  • The Botanist in Kirribilli is another outlet that sees the wisdom of four-packs. Here your sliders are classic, like beef and blue cheese.
  • Sliders are for breakfast, too. At Bondi Hardware, a trio of brioche bun sliders is filled with crispy bacon, avocado, tomato, rocket and mayo.
  • At The Norfolk in Surry Hills, sliders get served in the beer garden. Try the pulled pork (what is it with pulled pork?) with smoky BBQ beans.
  • Last but far from least, the Woolwich Pier Hotel does stylish slider numbers like herb and cheddar crumbed chicken  with lettuce and spiced mayo.

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