It was the smallest plate of the three big Hurricane feast share platters on offer.
It was the largest plate next to the whole barramundi, beef cheeks, chicken, salad and scotch fillet mains that donned the table!
The buy in is to share with a minimum of two people, but Hurricane’s have thought of everything, because leaving two meat loving heavy weights to divvy up the grand platter equally will always leave someone feeling a little jibbed. Below, meet the one identical twin of the $55 per person Hurricane’s BBQ Meat Platter.
Two BBQ basted chicken wings are where you should start to get that temporomandibular warmed up as you make your way around through the cross-fit circuit that is your platter.
You choose how your 200g top sirloin is cooked and the good folk at Hurricane’s are so meticulous they even list the temperature ranges of your rare to well done chosen cook.
The Baked potato helps tone down the sometimes overly sweet glaze in some places and the sour cream acts as a great dipping sauce too, particularly with the lamb loin chop. Choose wisely as you only get one side, if not the potato you may opt for the chips, sweet potato fries or salad.
A single banger is on there as well, presumably as a pallette cleanser before you bring it to the finish line by attacking those ribs that just slide ride off the bone!
A-Class table service – don’t forget to tip! Floor to ceilings scenery of the harbour from the upper level of Harbourside fills the space.