i am susan thye. aka chocolatesuze. lives in sydney, australia. born 30.5.83. married to noods. works in social media. this is a food and lifestyle blog. i like cheeseburgers, cake, fried chicken and macarons.
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18 March 2012, 19:21
How was your week dudes? My week has been pretty crazy and sometimes you just need to stop, take a breath and chill with your mates. So on Saturday our group of hungry peeps rocked up to Milkbar Memories, a special March Into Merivale lunch event at Ms G’s (155 Victoria St, Potts Point) which was 5 courses plus the choice of a milkshake or yuzu cocktail ($65) inspired by the local corner shop and humble milk bar. The chocolate milkshake is pretty awesome, icy cold and chocolatey and makes me start humming my milkshake brings all da boys to da yard…
First lol of the day is the Potato Scallop and Kransky with a Tomato Vinaigrette. Shizz just got real. Expecting a deep fried potato, I am delighted to find instead scallop sashimi covered in crushed potato chip nubbins which incredibly, totally works. I have extreme issues with celery and had to shaft it away but the Kransky was tasty with the tomato vinaigrette and chopped coriander.
Chiko roll and chicken dim sim. Now I’m gonna say something that some people might find un-Australian but um I don’t really like Chiko rolls… I know I know! Sacrilege! But like, I have this random issue with textures and flavours mixing and I just wasn’t a fan so I’m probably not the best person to ask about this dish. I liked the outside battered pastry because well, it’s deep fried. The chicken dim sim was a lil weird because I don’t think I have ever had one or seen one at my corner shop but that was one meaty siu mai and of course it ain’t Ms G’s without a dab of Sriracha hot sauce.
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