Ribs and Burgers, Zetland, Sydney

Hanging out in the hip new area of Zetland where high density living space has created the need for a small shopping complex to be built in order to support the needs of the ever growing Zetland community. Luckily for us, this complex also provides for a variety of eateries to enjoy.

This Saturday we decided to try Ribs and Burgers. Burgers are becoming ever increasingly popular with sooo many pubs and restaurants springing up everywhere to meet the demand. Ribs and Burgers is a chain that focuses on the aforementioned items.

Chicken burger - free range chicken, ice berg lettuce, tomato and Spanish onion and Cajun sauce - $13.50 - A pretty decent burger but at the same time a bit simple for the price. A crusty bread roll, lightly toasted so that it provided a slight crunch. The chicken lovely and char grilled, though the highlight was the sauce. A tad spicy, the sauce packed plenty of flavour without being overwhelming.

Regular fries $6 - I had a bit of a craving for fries so went for the 'regular' option rather than the $4 'side' option. When the fries (which more like chips) arrived - I saw the bowl and grinned with glee that I had chosen the larger option. But... this grin turned to a grimace - see the photos below...

1. A deep deep salad bowl full of chips was plonked at the table - nice!

2. Peering inside, the chips which golden brown and the first chip proved to be the perfect formula of outside crunch with soft inside potato.

3. But under the chips was a piece of paper - that effectively reduced the bowl size by at least 90%!
This was no longer worth the $6 price tag! Especially as I had just passed a KFC that had a sign advertising $1 large chips!!!

Why would they do this?? Really they should just use a shallow plate and reduce the price

Ribs & Burgers Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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