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All-You-Can-Eat Meat Sundays

Tuck into endless plates of slow-roasted pork shoulder, Creole-spiced blackened chicken and cold-smoked lamb.
By Marissa Ciampi
October 05, 2019
By Marissa Ciampi
October 05, 2019

In the latest line of wholly unnecessary (yet ever popular) all-you-can-eat meals in Sydney, Barangaroo's NOLA Smokehouse and Bar is adding one to the list. Head in for lunch every Sunday from October 6 and you can feast on endless plates of the venue's signature barbecued meats for $65 per person. It's all part of NOLA's ongoing Southern Sunday offering.

These unlimited boards of smoked meat include slow-roasted pork shoulder, Rangers Valley Black Onyx brisket, Creole-spiced blackened chicken, cold-smoked lamb and the house Andouille sausage. The meat is sourced from organic and free-range farms where possible, too, so you know you're getting some quality cuts.

The meal will start with a shared 'pit-master's' plate, and additional serves can be ordered afterwards per 50 grams. If all that isn't enough, you can also order one side per person, with options including sweet and spicy barbecue fries, southern slaw, and fried brussels sprouts slathered in blue cheese mayo and hot sauce.

The venue is looking after the all-you-can waste problem as well — so no ordering up before you clean your plate, and no takeaway allowed, either.

If you're eating alone or sitting at a table of up to eight, you'll be able to keep eating for two hours. For groups of nine or more, you can stay for two-and-a-half hours.

Images: Steven Woodburn.

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