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Sugarcane, Surry Hills

An impromptu lunch date took us to Sugarcane. We had originally going to The Sandwich Shop but it was a little cold for salad and sandwiches. Sugarcane is located on Reservoir Street, not far from Central Station. The chef behind this hip restaurant is Milan Strbac where he started his career as an apprentice at Fez Cafe in Darlinghurst before a stint at Marque and Brooklyn Hotel Restaurant in the CBD.

We started with complimentary vegetable dumplings which was served with fried onions, coriander and shallots – thanks chef! They were incredible moreish and tasty.

Next came roti with curry sauce, cucumber and chilli ($10). The roti was flaky albeit thin, we like ours little fluffier and chewier but still pretty good.

I couldn’t go past the salad of crisp pork hock with papaya ($15). Mountain of salad, it doesn’t look as though there’s a lot of pork hock but there were! Bite size pieces, the pork hock was tender but crispy. The salad was fantastic, tangy and absolutely refreshing.

E had the crisp fish salad with Asian celery, ginger and shallots ($16). I didn’t have any of this, but E enjoyed it, she did say that it was a shame the fish was at the bottom as it made it soggy instead of crispy.

Uncle had the lunch special, fried chicken with rice ($10) – it looked really good actually, I had food envy. Crispy chicken… who can say no to that?

Unfortunately dessert didn’t really grab any of us, so we gave it a miss. The rest of the lunch menu sounded good, so does the dinner menu. Will definitely be back to try their other dishes.

GA’s ratings: 7 / 10


40 Reservoir Street

Surry Hills 2010

Ph: +61 02 9281 1788

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  1. June 18, 2012 at 4:29 am

    Why do some places like to stack stuff on top of deep-fried things so they become soggy? Doesn’t make sense.

  2. June 18, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    I agree with Foodie pop – the crunchy deep fried things are the best bits! Dumplings and salad look so good tho!

  3. Tina @ bitemeshowme
    June 18, 2012 at 8:58 pm

    For an impromptu lunch it doesn’t look too bad. I really do like the look of those salads – looks fresh. But shame it missed the mark with some of the flavors.

  4. chocolatesuze
    June 19, 2012 at 6:17 am

    mmm crispy chicken

  5. June 20, 2012 at 6:28 am

    Flakey roti awesomeness 🙂

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