Sometimes, don't you just feel like ripping right into a steak and eating a whole lot of meat like a caveman? Well, if you have these meat-craving tendencies, Ribs and Rumps is definitely somewhere you have to go. With giant ribs, giant rumps, giant bibs, giant rib bins, giant plates, and giant steak knives, Ribs and Rumps is all about the hunter in you.
Predictably, a highlight of Ribs and Rumps is their ribs. The ribs here are slow-cooked using their own marinade, and may I just say, you must try the lamb. The lamb ribs "are not lean", as the menu helpfully informs us, and they might not be as big as the beef ribs, but they are soft and sweet and really meaty. They practically fall off the bone. If you don't eat very much, half a rack is more than enough. Another way to go about it is to order a full rack and share with some family or friends.
There are so many options to choose from if you want to eat meat. However, there are also other options if you're a vegetarian, or if you're looking for a healthier option. The sides, soups, salads or seafood might better suit your inclination or taste.
There is one thing that must be said about Ribs and Rumps though; it is not cheap. For example, a half rack of lamb ribs is $27.95 and a full rack is $38.95. One way to avoid a hefty bill at the end of your meal is to join their Frequent Diner's program (if you do this, just make sure you read their terms and conditions properly). Also, it is best to avoid trying out or going to Ribs and Rumps on a Sunday: they might charge you an extra $5 per head on top of the bill.