Sydney’s Best Burger Joint Is About To Change The Kebab As We Know It
Hold on to your buns.
Mary’s, arguably the home of Sydney’s best burger, is about to conquer new territory – and we’re not talking about their one-day-only Melbourne pop up later this month.
Mary’s have announced they’ll be taking on that staple of the late-night feed, the humble kebab. Mary’s owner’s Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham have already garnered a cult following for the brand with decadent, expertly-made takeaway burgers and milkshakes, and now they’re partnering with Jeremy Blackmore and Alex Dowd of The Cliff Dive, a tiki-themed nightclub in Darlinghurst, to bring the club-going crowd an elevated, unconventional take on Lebanese street food staples. Do kebab fillings like devil pork curry, slow-roasted lamb neck with XO sauce and roast pumpkin, corn, cheese, turnip top and salsa verde sound like things you can get around? Thought so.
Mary’s Kebab opens at Cliff Dive this Thursday May 7, with kebabs from just $10. We can hardly wait, and the feeling is mutual. Of the collaboration, Blackmore says “We are so excited to have these legends crammed into the tiny kitchen in our nightclub, it has been a real meeting of minds. The boys were our first and last choice and we are so happy that they agreed to come on board.” Us too, Jeremy, us too.
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