$10 Seasonal Snacks
Drop into one of Sydney's best beer bars for a feed that won't break the bank.
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In good news for local residents and workers, Darlinghurst's craft beer haven Bitter Phew has just expanded to the ground floor, giving you yet another place to head for an after-work tipple. Dubbed Phew, the space has been revamped into a minimalist wine bar and kitchen, headed by chef Jack Fitzhenry and with a natural wine list created by Jordan Blackman (ex-Chin Chin, Ananas Bar & Brasserie). And it's open five nights a week, from 5pm–late every Wednesday through Saturday.
And, in celebration of its opening, the restaurant now has a $10 and under menu of seasonal snacks, which is available until Saturday, November 23. It's not just your regular ol' parmas and schnittys, either. Instead, expect dishes like Hiramasa kingfish ceviche with juniper and black lime, along with morcilla sausages with white bean and globe artichokes for just a tenner each. Even cheaper are the pork jowl ragu loaded on Iggy's thick cut sourdough ($9), the sardines with nduja on brioche ($6) and the shiitake pickle with onion cream on a chickpea pancake ($7). Or, you can level-up your snack game and get the 'Feed Me' set menu for $38.
Luckily, you still have time to get the crew together for a cheap-but-sophisticated feed — plus a couple of brews, of course.
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