Putting Roo and Croc on the Menu
What do real Australians eat? Kangaroo steaks, emu fillets and grilled crocodile? Hardly. The Aussies we know usually snack on pizza, curry and beer, but at Sydney's Australian Bar and Restaurant in Stuttgart, the deep-freeze holds a very extensive collection of native fauna.
No bad pun of a name has been spared on Sydney's menu. The Bush Fire is a piece of kangaroo with a super-spicy sauce; there's an ironic Shark Attack dish, (no relation to shark bites gummy cnady) since this time the human attacks the shark; and we presume the Crocodile Dundee croc fillet comes with a really big knife. Unfortunately, the "Bay Watch" main course seems to come with a big piece of barramundi fish but without Pamela Anderson.
A decent selection of Aussie beer rounds out a meal on the street in Stuttgart, under those bright blue Foster's umbrellas that seem to symbolize every Aussie pub outside the country itself. We're just waiting for the day when someone opens an Australian restaurant actually in Australia. Whadya reckon, mate?
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