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Hard Rock Café, Sydney

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by Jonathan Phoon (subscribe)
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Published November 4th 2014
Brownies to die for
Hard Rock Café is a world wide chain that offers authentic American cuisine. The one in Sydney is located at Harbourside Centre, Darling Harbour. Having enjoyed the food at Hard Rock Cafe, particularly the Hot Fudge Brownie, during our first visit to Sydney, we decided to eat there again to see if the food was still as good. We were pleased that the food was as delicious as we remembered.

Our favourite dish was the Hot Fudge Brownie, in which a slice of brownie is topped with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream and hot fudge sauce. We considered the brownie to be the best that we ate so far and the ice cream and whipped cream contrasted well with the rich brownie.

Hard Rock Cafe, Sydney
Hot Fudge Brownie


The Hickory-Smoked Barbecue Combo offers you the choice to choose two or three options out of Hickory-Smoked Ribs, Pulled Pork, Barbecue Chicken or Beef Brisket. We chose to have the Barbecue Chicken, Pulled Pork and Beef Brisket and found all three to be tender with a delicious smoky flavour. The Beef Brisket was topped with fried onion slices which complemented the beef perfectly. The dish was also served with fries, coleslaw and cowboy beans, best described as being similar to baked beans.

Hard Rock Cafe, Sydney
Hickory-Smoked Barbecue Combo


We also ordered Balsamic Tomato Bruschetta, which consisted of cubes of tomatoes on toasted bread topped with balsamic vinegar, basil and Parmesan cheese. The balsamic vinegar complemented the tomatoes perfectly and the slices of Parmesan cheese did not overpower the dish.

Hard Rock Cafe, Sydney
Balsamic Tomato Bruschetta


The prices are a bit expensive but the portions are generous enough that the dishes can easily be shared with friends.

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When: Mon-Fri 12noon - late, Sat-Sun 9am - late
Phone: 61 2 9280 0077
Where: Level 2, Harbourside Centre, Darling Harbour,Sydney NSW 2000
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