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Monday Munchies: November 29 – Brunch, Burgers and Boba

Brunch, Burgers and Boba are three of the things you immediately think of on Sunday after a big Saturday night, but here, in Monday Munchies they highlight the best of the week in food. Welcome back to another edition of your favourite irregular food news programming, where we break down the best in food news.

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Burger road

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Free Burgers Thanks to Burger Road

When: Monday 20th December, 12-3pm
Where: Burger Road Fairfield – 89 Station St, Fairfield VIC
Limit: 1 burger per person

Melbourne’s beloved American-styled burger joint Burger Road is offering free burgers from its Fairfield store to celebrate the launch of its new menu.

For one day only, Monday 20th December, between 12 pm-3 pm, punters can put their taste buds to the test and sample one super hot burger from the tasting menu of hotly anticipated “Reaper” spice level burgers: Korean F.C. (Fried Chicken) and Chick N Lickin burgers. Rock up at Burger Road Fairfield, jump in the queue (we anticipate a big one), pick which burger you’d like to face up against and putting your tastebuds to the test! Burger lovers and hot heads get ready and set a reminder for the 20th of December because this is a delicious event not to be missed!

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Gotcha 12 days of christmas

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Gotcha 12 Days of Christmas

To celebrate the silly season, Gotcha Fresh Tea is slinging 12 days of unique and delicious Christmas promotions and limited-edition summer flavours from Sunday 12 December – Friday 24 December 2021 at selected Gotcha Fresh Teas stores across the country. Bubble tea fans can sample Gotcha’s beloved flavours half-price and indulge in limited edition fruity concoctions for $9.90 each such as:
  • Watermelon Macchiato
  • Pineapple Macchiato
  • Mango Pomelo
  • Watermelon Milk Tea
  • Orange Macchiato
  • Royal Thai Milk Tea

Tea fans can also collect Gotcha’s limited edition tote bags, Christmas bear and snowman cups.

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Impossible

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Grill’d Launches the Impossible

A legendary set of four juicy burgers made with plant-based Impossible meat. A good source of protein, iron and fibre and has no antibiotics or hormones. If doesn’t come from a plant, it’s not in it.

Grill’d are so hyped about the launch of their Impossible Burger range that they’re celebrating in a big way with a super generous offer. For a limited time, Relish Members will get the first, second, third and fourth taste of their juicy, plant-based Impossible Burger for just $5 each. So, what are you waiting for? Click the link below to sign up.

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All g seaweed salt

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We’re Putting Seaweed Salt on Everything Now

Alg Seaweed’s seasonings add nutrition and flavour to any meal, quite frankly, we just love the taste. Breakfast, lunch or dinner we’re shaking this stuff on literally everything. After having a similar experience the first time we tried Siracha, these seasonings deliver a dose of iodine goodness that your body will thank you for. Thank us for putting you on!

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New Restaurants

Plenty new and plenty changed in the restaurant space.

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Bar Nexus Launches at The Star

With an impressive cocktail menu, craft beers, thick shakes with all the extras, juicy burgers and golden crunchy chicken wings, The Star Sydney’s latest venture, Bar Nexus, is the ideal place for cocktails before a night out, catching up with friends for lunch, or a cheeky pre-show tipple.

To kick things off, the drinks menu at Bar Nexus steals the show with Instagrammable cocktails and signature thick shakes that will please even those without a sweet tooth. For those looking to take their pre-dinner drinks to the next level, there’s a Popcorn Espresso Martini with popcorn vodka, cold drip coffee and coffee liqueur, a Peanut Butter & Jelly Old Fashioned with peanut butter washed bourbon, strawberry jam and bitters, and, for a bit of theatre, an Appletini with calvados, pisco, green apple liqueur comes served with a mist-like bubble encasing the top (pictured).

On the food menu, there are spicy chicken winglets and fully loaded tater tots covered in cheese with crispy chicken, jalapenos, pickles and green onion—both perfect for sharing with a group of friends. A selection of juicy burgers on the menu including the Take 2 with double beef patty, cheese, maple bacon, pickles and buttercrunch, the Southern Chicken with crispy fried chicken, white slaw, pickle and buttermilk ranch and for vegetarians, there’s the delicious and hearty Room for Mushroom with hearty mushroom steaks, cheese, caramelised onion and fresh salad.

Bar Nexus — Bar is open Wednesday and Thursday from 5 pm to 8 pm and Friday to Sunday from 12 pm to 8 pm.

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Sokyo Brunch

Famed for its creative take on modern Japanese cuisine, Sokyo at The Star Sydney is introducing its own twist on Sunday Brunch from Sunday 5th December, just in time for those summer get-togethers.

The introduction of the Sunday Brunch comes off the back of Sokyo unveiling the next phase of its evolution since it opened its doors post-lockdown – with refreshed interiors and an extension of the esteemed Japanese restaurant’s dinner and cocktail menu. Dedicated to making every meal a ceremonial moment, Executive Chef Chase Kojima challenged himself to bring the same Japanese traditional techniques he’s known and loved to one of Sydney’s favourite mealtimes.

Those feeling peckish will be able to order from a range of yuzu, black sesame and matcha-infused pastries, while those looking for a heartier meal can choose from dishes such as Steak and Eggs, a shio koji-marinated flank steak served with hayashi rice covered in a lightly folded omelette; Sokyo’s iconic Dengakuman miso-glazed toothfish with Yumepirica rice and Japanese pickles; and a breakfast-appropriate take on the traditional Japanese okonomiyaki pancake aptly named the Sokyonomiyaki served with bacon, black pepper teriyaki, poached eggs, dried bonito flakes and a lashing of kewpie mayonnaise.

From 11:30 am-3:00 pm each Sunday, brunch-goers will be able to enjoy an a la carte menu of Sokyo’s best signature breakfast dishes, unique cocktails and a vibrant, party atmosphere.

Located in: The Star Sydney
Address: Level G, The Darling The Star, 80 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont NSW 2009
Hours: 11:30am-3:00pm each Sunday

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David’s Master Pot New Malatang Set Menu

What: Three delicious set Malatang menus (Beef, Vegetable and Seafood) + 1 soft drink for $18.99 each.
When: Thursday 9th – Thursday 23rd December
Where: David’s Master Pot Swanston Street, 301 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Why: To celebrate the first birthday of David’s Master Pot’s Swanston St store

David’s Master Pot is celebrating its first birthday at its Swanston St Flagship store next month and to mark the occasion, the team of Sichuan masters are revamping their signature broth and serving up three delicious feasting options and snacks! Malatang fans will finally be able to drink David’s signature broth, with Chef David Li adapting the recipe to reduce the oiliness while maintaining the authenticity of the traditional Sichuan recipe.

Most excitingly, from the 9th to 23rd of December 2021, customers are invited to enjoy their choice of three delicious Malatang sets (Beef, Vegetable and Seafood (500g) each + 1 soft drink, PLUS delicious Sichuan snacks including brown sugar rice cake, fried pork belly and prawn spring rolls also on offer for $5.

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Jung sung

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Jung Sung Launches ANJOO (Korean Tapas)

Based in the Old Rum Store in Sydney’s bustling Kensington Street precinct, Jung Sung Contemporary Korean is an exciting modern Korean-Australian fusion restaurant. Their new tapas menu features crispy pork ssam with kimchi and macadamia ssamjang, tapioca fried chicken with peanut, sweet & spicy dip, and hwa (fish) of the day served raw with crispy seaweed and gochujang.

While the food at Jung Sung is truly delicious, the unique location takes your dining experience to the next level. Jung Sung is located on the top floor of the Old Rum Store on Kensington Street in Chippendale. The sprawling Jung Sung terrace feels more like a New York rooftop than an inner-city restaurant.

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You’ll also like:
Monday Munchies: November 15 – Chicken, Cerveza and FREE Coffee
Monday Munchies: November 1 – Fresh, French, and Fizzy
Monday Munchies: September 20 – Sydney’s Best Cheeseburger is Back

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Ben McKimm

Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the sneaker, automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Staff Writers role at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employs a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.