Sydney Food Diary: Sticky Fingers Kitchen and Bar, Surry Hills

I don’t know it took me so long to try out Sticky Fingers, just a block back from Oxford Street along the strip. It’s super close to where I live, and I’d heard rumours it was good. Now I’ve managed to get there twice this year, which is pretty regular for me!

I like the feel of the place. It’s cozy. Got a great seat the first time with the window open behind me; the next time, the sun was too hot through the glass.

I like the menu with the emphasis on sticky sauces, dishes with an Asian influence or something that could be dastardly unhealthy.

Like the macaroni cheese breakfast burger that I had the first time. It was as good (and rich) as it looked. My pal Darryl is much more sensible, sticking to the wraps, which are ONLY EIGHT DOLLARS. This is a deal, readers. Not a cheaper breakfast will you often find in expensive Sydney, and Darryl noted that it is not a small wrap either.

The latest time there, I tried the nasi goreng for breakfast, with a very spicy sauce on the side, and I really liked it, particularly with the bits of fried pork rind on top (photo at the top of the post!).

The coffee is good, as is the service. Recommended!

Sticky Fingers Kitchen and Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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