Sounds like a bit of a recipe for disaster, doesn’t it? In this edition of Monday Munchies, we’re stepping away from the plant-based goodness to bring y’all a bunch of delicious happenings in and around the country. If you’re lucky enough to live harbourside in Sydney why not check out the latest from The Hub Bondi? They’re hosting an awesome street takeover with $5 food from some of your favourites. And for those across the country, Burgerhead and (our favourite) Supernash Brothers are bringing us the clash collab of the titans with a DIY dinner box. Let’s check it out.
Summer Sundown Street Party Taking Over Bondi
Marking the last day of Daylight Savings, Bondi’s all-day retail and gourmet dining precinct, The Hub Hall Street, has announced the launch of its inaugural street party, ‘Summer Sundown’ taking place on Saturday 2nd April from 1 pm until dusk.
The Hub Hall Street’s ‘Summer Sundown’ will see the backstreets of Bondi come alive with carefully curated gourmet street food from surrounding cafes and eateries (Makuto, Pasticceria Papa, Messina), markets (Harris Farm Markets, Field To Fork), restaurants (Bills, A Tavola, China Diner, La Palma), as well as a none other than the legendary, Da Orazio Pizza + Porchetta, who will make his debut back to the precinct after five years.
With all dishes ranging between $5-$15, guests can expect pizza & porchetta from Da Orazio, Bills’ famous hotcakes and a special honeycomb butter soft serve, Yum Cha from China Diner, lamb on the spit from Field To Fork, tacos from La Palma, arepas from Makuto, freshly squeezed juice from Harris Farm, a custom gelato bar from Messina, Pasticceria Papa’s iconic Ricotta Cake and pappardelle bolognese from A Tavola. Catch us there!
Super Nash Bros and Burger Head Collab For a Limited Take-Home ‘DIY’ Box
We call it the clash of the titans, and if you’re a fan of Burger Head’s mouth-watering burgers or Super Nash Brothers Nashville-style hot fried chicken, the two Sydney food entrepreneurs will be collaborating on a limited edition DIY box, for home cooks across Sydney, available to purchase exclusively online via the Burger Head website for $35.00.
The boxes will go on sale for a limited period from March 19, at 9 am, until March 24th, 2 pm. On Monday, March 28th, at 6 pm, the boxes will be delivered, and the business owners will host an online cook-along, on Burger Head’s Facebook Page, where those who have purchased the box can watch a cooking tutorial showing how to prepare its contents.
Burger Head has previously teamed up with BH Burgers on a similar take-home box collab and live cooking tutorial, selling through a massive 1200 boxes in 2 hours. This is their first time in cahoots with Super Nash Bros, and boxes are expected to move fast.
Each Box will contain the ingredients and instruction cards to make your own ‘Super Nash Sando’ (Signature Super Nash Seasoned Thigh, sweet and spicy pickles, Shredded Iceberg Lettuce, Soft Garlic Milk Bun) as well as Burger Head’s ‘OG Oklahoma Smash Burger’ (Double BH Smash Patty with caramelised onion, American hi melt cheese, Dill Pickles, Mustard Mayo) along with an instruction card, sauces and seasoning packs. Boxes are limited, so don’t sleep on this one!
Smirnoff Drops More Flavours for Your Favourite Seltzer
We’ve rounded up the best Seltzer flavours in the past, but it looks like we might need to reestablish things here. Smirnoff has launched two new flavours – Peach Iced Tea and Natural Orange to the line-up off the back of their very successful Mixed Berries drink. Fast becoming the drink of preference among blokes like us (cough, cough) the brand has quickly become the number one seltzer brand in the country with seven flavours to choose from now – including Mixed Berries, Mango, Natural Lime, Raspberry Rosé and Passionfruit. The new Smirnoff Seltzer range is fruity in flavour and refreshing in taste, featuring the ready-to-drink mix of Smirnoff No.21 Premium Vodka, sparkling water, hints of each flavour for a clean and crisp tasting serve that is best sipped chilled from the fridge, or over ice in a glass. Here are the fast facts;
- 36% fewer calories than a standard 150ml glass of wine.
- 53% fewer calories than a 375ml can of beer.
The 250ml Slim Can four-pack retails for $19.99. Check them out via the link below.
Nobu Melbourne Kicks Off a Very ‘Tanoshi’ Hour
If you’ve been looking to check out the latest from the internationally recognised Japanese restaurant let this be your excuse. Nobu Melbourne has introduced ‘tanoshi’ hour into the fold. Tanoshi, translating to ‘pleasant’ hour in Japanese, is a chance to dine on signature plates and cocktails from Thursdays through to Sundays, from 3pm to 6pm. A new perfect spot for casual catch-ups with friends, family or workmates we recommend finding a seat and the bar and enjoying a collection of signature cold and hot dishes, Nobu cocktails, fruit sakés and a curated wine list. Cold dishes include Matsushisa crispy rice and spicy tuna (worth coming for on its own), beef tataki with ponzu and crispy garlic chips, Hiramasa Yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño and Japanese Scallops with dry miso. For something hot, there are umami chicken wings, Clover Valley short ribs with aji panca tomato gastrique and Nobu style Wagyu tacos. Cocktails include;
- Nobu Seasonal Fruit Saké jug, best enjoyed with friends
- ‘Yasei no Hana’ with Bombay Sapphire Gin, Junmai Sake, Yuzu, Vanilla and Rose
- ‘Himawari’ with Ketel One Vodka, Peach Schnapps, Passionfruit and Vanilla
- ‘Higashi Gawa’ with Gin, Umeshu Plum Wine, St Germain and Shiso Syrup
So what are you waiting for? Check out Nobu and make a reservation via the link below.