What true Aussie doesn’t love a barbie. I know when my neighbours are having one, it makes me want to run up to the shops, grab supplies and start grilling. BBQs and summer go hand in hand in Aus. It may not quite be summer yet, but Sydney’s weather is absolutely glorious at this time of the year. Perfect time to throw a prawn on the barbie. For my US readers, we don’t call them shrimps, ever. Well, unless they are a small prawn. Then we would probably say, ‘take that shrimpy prawn back to the kitchen, this is Australia, and I wants me a big prawn!’.
head chef rhys ward throwing a few prawns on the barbie
BBQs are great and really there are only a couple of things that can make them even better. Firstly hold it on the glorious foreshore of Sydney Harbour; where the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House are there beside you. Secondly, have one of Sydney’s talented Chefs cook your BBQ for you.
Each Saturday during October, Good Food Month in Sydney, BBQ bliss can be yours at The Sydney Cove Oyster Bar. It’s no secret my love of SCOB and long history of eating there, but at $55/person for the best BBQ in town, in the best location in town, it’s too good to pass up.
I was kindly invited for a taste of what is being served up over October. Sydney turned on all her charms for the day with perfect weather and lots of action out on the harbour. Plus there was the action of SCOB Head Chef Rhys Ward manning the BBQ. Read more →