From the good people who brought you Howlin' Wolf Bar comes their little puppy with a voracious appetite for hearty food, restaurant Hungry Wolf. It's a welcome addition to the array of restaurants in the Wollongong CBD - it also brings an exciting mix to the Howlin' Wolf family. It sits opposite the bar and is a great way to enjoy lunch or dinner with friends or colleagues, followed with a whiskey in hand or served with a coffee.
Hungry Wolf's chefs Johnny Thompson and Angus McCarthy
For those not familiar with the Big Papa, The Howlin Wolf is known for its amazing array of whiskey, laid back atmosphere and live music, a real gem found in an arcade where you might ordinarily think it only housed the local Crust Pizza.
The Hungry Wolf is an extension of this vibe, serving a mix of tasty American style and Asian dishes. Although it may seem like a curious mix of cuisines, it totally works - not only is the food hearty, it's varied to boot.
Lunches are reasonably priced (for those of you looking for the relief of Sydney prices, you've found it!) - nothing's over $10 and we're not talking your ham sandwiches you could've made yourself. Hungry Wolf offers Po' Boys (American-style subs with a side of fries) for $10 - try the Brisket with mushrooms, tomatoes, rocket and aioli. If you're after a smaller meal, try the Korean Fried Chicken with howlin' sauce for $5.
Dinner is a similar mixed bag of Americana and Asian. Mains include a super-delicious House Ramen for $16 or the ever-popular Southern-style Blackened Fish (gluten free) for $24. Both lunch and dinner menus offer dishes you can share with a group.