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The Sunburnt Cow
Posted by Anonymous on 02/22/2005
Totally worth checking it out; the food was delicious, the service is great and the drinks are strong (and yummy). I'm looking forward to going back!
Posted by Amy Gill on 10/05/2004
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. Delicious, delicious, delicious. The friendliest staff I've ever encountered. Best little hole in the wall there ever was. Most wonderful lamb i've ever tasted. Delightful! Pros: Absolutely adorable waiters and bartender. Great understated cow decor. Drink menu and wine list to die for. Food SUPERB. I would have paid 2x the price and been happy. You can have a full-size or smaller-size entree portion, which I liked. Lets me taste more! Comfortable spot to hang out: back garden not to be missed. Smoker's bar out front was a nice touch. Cons: What cons? The place is kind of small (seats 25 if it seats 2) but who cares?
Posted by Anonymous on 08/20/2004
I love this spot... not only is it the best place for brunch... (thanks to their "moo" yes "moomosas"...) at $15 fixed with unlimited drinks.. but they have a great atmosphere... with an entertaining staff... a great place to go and hang with your crew! Been back many times... and I tend to be a "been there, done that" kind of girl.
Posted by PorkyPig on 06/12/2004
I pretty much got drug to The Sunburnt Cow last Friday night. I was really in the mood for some familiar good food, and wasn't too excited about trying something new. The decor was very down homey. it was instantly comfortable. Everyone, and I mean everyone who works there made me feel like we'd been friends for a long time. If it's an act, they're very good at their job. The food was simply fantastic (I had the special fish which was wrapped in some sort of pastry with crabmeat). I had something called Moo Juice as well. Hammered. The DJ was a tiny Japanese girl who pretty much kicked ass (they apparently have DJs every night. Cool!) I was told they do a brunch on the weekends and it's some sort of all you can drink for $15! What!? I'm letting all my friends know of this gem I've found. And also, I feel like I've learned a new language. G'day! No worries! Cheers!
Posted by Craig Jones on 06/09/2004
Thank God for Australians. And thank God for Coopers. If only they had VB.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2003
What a great find! The place is different alright, with a bit of Ayers Rock thrown in. Had a fabulous meal - roast pork with fennel (pan drippings and applesauce combined made a fantastic sauce), hericot verts with carrots, mashed potatoes and a great Australian wine. Can't wait to go back to try the lamb with polenta.