Raclette Rolls at Young Henrys
The Stinking Bishops will pop raclette in a roll every Friday night at the Newtown brewery.
No doubt you've heard about, seen and/or eaten gooey raclette smothering potatoes, meats and pickles at a few places around town. It's probably one of the best excuses for a meal the French have given us. And The Stinking Bishops sees your raclette, Sydney, and raises it — popping it into a bread roll so you can eat it with two hands and get all those flavours in yer mouth in one fell swoop.
You won't find this creation at their Enmore cheese parlour though. Rather, they're taking these babies up the road to Young Henrys each Friday afternoon from 4pm. The roll ($13) is filled with prosciutto, pickles, potato and mustard and then topped with the cheese, which is melted under a raclette grill and scraped all over the situation. They'll also be serving up their much-loved Mr Crispy sandwiches (with wagyu or mushroom), which are drawcards in themselves ($12) — eating them is one of our favourite cheese experiences in Sydney.
If you can't make it this week, don't worry — the cheese extravaganza will happen each and every Friday from 4pm.