Sister of Society

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Sister of Society is an Asian-fusion restaurant with some hints of Mexican influence (explained by the chefs coming from Mamasita), located on the ever-burgeoning dining and drinking scene on Chapel Street.

S.O.S is designed to share and the menu is drawn up like a baseball game, with dishes in First Base (starters), Second Base (main) and Third Base (dessert). There is also the Home Run consisting of 2 First Bases, 1 Second Base, 1 Third Base and 2 Tap Beers, suitable to be shared amongst two.

We opted for the Home Run, choosing to start with the Pulled Pork Sliders (generously coming in 3) and the Sticky Braised Beef Taco. The pork was delicious and the toffee apple sauce gave the dish a nice twist. We are very much susceptible to dishes with aioli, so we very much enjoyed the slow tender braised beef tacos.

For our main we had the Chargrilled Wagyu Steak, served with ranch sauce, mixed leaves and chimichurri salsa. The steak was succulent and juicy, done medium rare. The sauce and salsa gave the dish a nice kick!

To finish we had the Ice Cream Sandwich. Believe us when we say one is sufficient to share between two! Sitting in between two crunchy choc chip cookies is cookies and cream ice cream and mashed up cookie dough. For those with a sweet tooth, this dish is for you!

Be sure to visit S.O.S on Chapel Street. The menu is also changing so there might be some new dishes to pick from!

Sister of Society

254 Chapel Street, Melbourne

PH: (03) 9972 8208

sisterofsociety.com.au

 

 

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