Mr. Crackles – Darlinghurst

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After the Christmas food bloggers picnic organised by chocolatesuze and grab your fork, and the giant box of crackling, I decided that I just HAVE to make a trip there. To see how the rest of the food is like.

I had the impression that it might be a place where they did nothing but crackling (pork rind). No idea why I would think that anyway. Well, here’s part of a menu.

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A display of crackling!

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Started with a cup of crackling. It’s quite lovely with the drizzle of tangy plum dressing. It’s nice with or without it. Good crunch to it. I really like it. Best to share though.

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They don’t usually sell full sheets of crackling. But if you ask nicely, they do. Well, the guy at the counter estimated how many cups a piece makes, and sells you a piece. I got a large piece for $20. Had the sauce packed separately.

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I also ordered the sweet potato wedges with chilli aioli. $7.These are good sweet potato wedges. The texture is good, good crunch and the insides are properly cooked. Yum yum.

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Ordered the small hot dog $5 with mustard and ketchup. It’s a really normal hot dog. I don’t think there’s anything to it. I suppose the bread is nicely toasted. That’s about it. Nothing special.

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Friend ordered the Christmas special. The pork pieces were good, but my friend said the rest of the roll wasn’t overly impressive.

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Friend ordered the sloppy joe. I’ve never had a sloppy joe in my life, and I’m not sure if I would ever be ready to eat one. It looks sloppy!

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Enjoy!

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