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Crows Nest

Fast Food

Grill’d – Crows Nest

 

Grill’d is a burger place, it sits somewhere in between fast food and a restaurant. Order your food at the counter and the burgers are brought out to you on a plate with cutlery, no paper bags/wrap here. Grill’d at Crows Nest is licensed (not sure about the other ones) so you can get a beer with your burger.

I have eaten here many times and tried many different burgers from the menu. They are always very good! All the ingredients are fresh, the buns actually add to the taste not just something to hold the contents, veggies crisp and flavoursome and the meat moist and tasty. There is a wide range of burgers beef, chicken and lamb with some vegetarian options ,  various fillings all are about $10.

I usually don’t eat chips but at Grill’d i do thicker style with a bit of salt and herb mix, crunchy and light on the oil. You get with the chips a herb mayo , tomato relish or sweet chili mayo dip. If you check in on foursquare you get a free mini chips !

If you haven’t tried a Grill’d burger give them a try , you won’t be disappointed.

 

 

Mini chips and sauce – free with foursquare check in !

57 Willoughby Road
Crows Nest 2065

http://www.grilld.com.au/

 

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Asian, Japanese

Ryo’s Noodles

One of my favourite places for a very tasty, cheap and quick feed. The place doesn’t look like much from the outside just small shopfront the entry door has cloth curtains with Japanese symbols on it apart from that you would not notice the place driving past. Most days there will be a line up outside but it always seems to move quickly.

Its quite small inside timber floors with bright yellow walls that are covered with paper with Japanese writing on it. The place has a nice feel about it. Service is always very quick and most people don’t hang around long , just eat and go.

Ramen is there specialty with pork, chicken and ‘other’ on the menu all available with different types of soup plus a few sides. You can also order an extra serve noodles for $3, the proportions are large so you have to be very hungry to order extra.

 

Salt flavour ramen with pork and shallots $10.50 –

Spicy hot flavour ramen with pork and egg $11.50 – looks hotter than it is! Red soup has big flavour with just the right amount of spice.

 

Roast pork rice ball $4 – I am told by the waitress that they only make a limited number of these a day so was expecting something special. A little disappointing rice with pork inside seaweed ok taste but didn’t really do it for me.

Inside

 

Ryo’s Noodles
125 Falcon Street, Crows Nest, Sydney

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