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Top 6 Applejack Winter Dishes
Applejack’s Guide to The Best Warming Dishes To Enjoy This Winter.
Nothing warms the soul in the midst of winter like a hearty meal!
Whether you’re looking to enjoy a weekend-long lunch or catch up with friends for a mid-week dinner, we’ve compiled a list of the best dishes to try in our restaurants during these cooler months.
Our Top 6 Dishes:
1. Forrester's Big Yorkie
Forrester’s Big Yorkie has become LEGENDARY in the Sydney roast scene. A giant Yorkshire Pudding, filled with the roast of the week, all the trimmings & covered in delicious gravy! Plus you can now upgrade to our melt-in-your-mouth Grass Fed Short Rib to make it an even bigger and more deluxe meal. And all our plant-loving friends can still jump on board, with veggie protein options available & veggie gravy!
2. SoCal's Adobo Beef Short Rib
Cooked low and slow, SoCal’s Adobo Short Rib really is as tender as it looks. Covered in a sweet and savoury sauce, it is an explosion of flavour. Plus you can get handsy with it, with warm tortillas and salsas to create the ultimate warming dish this winter.
3. The Botanist's Wild Boar Ragu
Rich, tender, and as hearty as it gets, this Wild Boar Ragu has been a favourite on The Botanist menu for the past 2 years! Starring delicious sustainably caught Wild Boar meat, fresh pappardelle pasta, and a sprinkle of parmesan, it’s the flavours you know and love taken to a new level.
4. The Butler's Lamb Barbacoa
Braised for 12 hours in adobo and banana leaf, this juicy lamb is another staple of The Butler menu, starring as the signature dish for several years now. Make it VIP Style; served with corn tortillas, housemade salsas, and pickled jalapenos, this is the perfect dish for sharing on a cool winter night.
5. Bopp & Tone's Eastern Rock Lobster Spaghetti
A taste of luxury with every mouthful; the buttery lobster served with freshly made spaghetti is the star of the show at Bopp & Tone. Whilst the grilling over ironbark and charcoal, gives the Lobster the smokey and earthy flavours it deserves, it’s the flavourful pasta sauce that make this lobster pasta dish so unique.