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Hurricane's Bar & Grill

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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published January 9th 2012


The first time I went to Hurricane's Grill was on a date with someone a few years ago, and I have not looked back since. It feels weird wearing a napkin close to your neck and pinned to you like an apron, yet once the ribs arrive you'll be glad you resemble a dental patient, as the napkins have brown spots all over them in no time at all. This is where it is cool to get messy, and as a result this establishment paves the way for fun and interesting conversations in some cases.

If you are lucky, expect to sit right near the Darling Harbour waterfront, there is a great view of the Sydney Harbour skyline to be enjoyed. A perfect place for dinner of a beautiful Friday or Saturday night. This establishment can get quite noisy, however that is the great thing about Hurricane's Grill.



The ribs can be quite juicy and flavoursome, while some of the others can be quite burnt. Thankfully, most of the ribs I have enjoyed here have been juicy and flavoursome, so it could be understandable that this establishment would attract mixed reviews.

It is advisable to book ahead, otherwise you might be waiting a long time for a table. A great establishment to have dinner at once in a while.



If you're not at the Harbour, then you can also check out Hurricane's Grill Bondi Beach, or Hurricane's Grill Top Ryde City.
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Why? Ribs in a great atmosphere
When: Friday or a Saturday night
Where: Harbourside Shopping Centre, Darling Drive
Cost: Around $40
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