Chimmichurri Bar & Grill, Darlinghurst

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Ratings
Food: 8/10
Atmosphere: 8/10
Service: 8/10
Value: 8/10

Average Price
Entrée: $11 – $28
Main: $18 – $55
Dessert: $15-$17
Degustation: N/A
Corkage: No BYO, fully licensed
Cakeage: $4 P/P

Others
Ease of finding a car park: Hard
Ease of finding the restaurant: Easy
Brightness of restaurant: Dark
Noise Level: Normal
Waiting time for foods: 10 mins – 15 mins
Booking time require: 1 week
Child friendly/High Chair: Yes

http://www.chimmichurri.com.au

Earlier this year, I bought some vouchers to dine at Chimmichurri Bar & Grill for half price ($45 for 2 people all you can eat Brazilian BBQ Churrasco) , the idea of having hot BBQ food served on a skewer stick got me excited and it proves that I’ve made the best decision to come here with my girls. This is a fantastic place with nice fancy décor, there is also a bar area near the entrance for a few drinks before having your dinner. All the meat was flavoursome and juicy using BBQ style cooking with natural wood fire and charcoal, few of the times we saw some fire flame through the kitchen window. Extra points was given to the impeccable service! Like Like Like!

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Sangria 500ml, $14

To start the night, we ordered some Sangria and it taste really sweet. I am not an alcohol drinker but I like this one.

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We had some herbs rice and a really delicious tomato relish on the side for those who needs some carb and greens.

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creamy potato salad

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Chicken wrap in prosciutto

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Pork Neck

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nicely roast beef steak

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Pork belly, Chicken thigh, Chicken wrap prosciutto, steak

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Spicy pork sausage

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Ham

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Garlic Prawns

The garlic prawns were my favourite, it was serve on a wooden board with lots of herbs and garlic. It was fresh and plump.

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Mussel in tomato sauce, too bad only 4 left Sad smile

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Chicken Heart

First time tasting chicken heart, it was a bit chewy and taste nothing like a chicken liver, in fact, it taste a bit like duck kidney. After some research, I realised it was Brazilian favourite.

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Grill pineapple

This is totally new to me, I never eaten grill pineapple, it was full of chorcal flavour but however it was bit too sour for my liking.

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Love you girls!

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Pandan & Durian ice-cream with coconut jelly and red bean

Dessert is a must after a nice hearty meal so we head back to china town for some more goodies – passion flower for ice-creams.

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Black sesame ice-cream with sticky rice ball

 

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Address:

23 Ward Ave, Daringhurst
opening hrs: Mon – Sun: 18:00-late

Ph:+612-9331-1992
Web: http://www.chimmichurri.com.au

Getting There:

Parking: Ward Ave/King Cross Road

Train Station: Kingcross

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Food is our religion
    Jul 08, 2012 @ 10:04:00

    naww shame you didn’t love grilled pineapple – it is one of my favs at brazilian bbq! maybe there wasn’t enough cinnamon?

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  2. Tina @ bitemeshowme
    Jul 09, 2012 @ 13:42:23

    I’ve never seen pineapple being served like that! Hahaha. Nonetheless sounds like it was a pretty decent feed for $45 for 2 people. That is very cheap, considering it was all you can eat.

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  3. Vivian - vxdollface
    Jul 09, 2012 @ 23:47:45

    That’s a lot of meat! Never had churrasco before simply cause I don’t thikn I can handle that much meat. Grilled pineapple sounds quite interesting

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  4. sugarpuffi
    Jul 19, 2012 @ 15:22:47

    omg i had similar things yesterday and im still so full!

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  5. gaby @ lateraleating
    Jul 25, 2012 @ 09:43:25

    The restaurant name would make me believe it’s not that good (chimichurri is Argentinian, not Brazilian), but apparently I’m wrong.

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