The Burrow

The Burrow – 4/5

The Burrow - 4/5 The Burrow reminds me of Brisbane - set in a lovely rambling Queenslander in West End it is wooden floorboards, lovely breezes, friendly smiles and groups of friends catching up over casual meals and beer. We dropped in on a busy public holiday and joined the end of one of their long wooden tables. Alongside a few Brooklyn Lagers and soft drinks served in mason jars, we shared four pizzas between the five of us. We loved the Bad Motherfungi (mushrooms, mozzarella, Gorgonzola, pancetta, rocket), the Phoenix (chipotle chicken, roast capsicum, spicy jalapeño relish) and the Big Voodoo Daddy (pulled pork, jerk chicken, Cajun sausage, bourbon BBQ glaze). We also ordered the pictured Steven Seagull - a Napoli based pizza covered with mozzarella, aioli and hot chips. It was our least favourite but, who can resist chips and pizza together?

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The Burrow reminds me of Brisbane – set in a lovely rambling Queenslander in West End it is wooden floorboards, lovely breezes, friendly smiles and groups of friends catching up over casual meals and beer. We dropped in on a busy public holiday and joined the end of one of their long wooden tables.

Alongside a few Brooklyn Lagers and soft drinks served in mason jars, we shared four pizzas between the five of us. We loved the Bad Motherfungi (mushrooms, mozzarella, Gorgonzola, pancetta, rocket), the Phoenix (chipotle chicken, roast capsicum, spicy jalapeño relish) and the Big Voodoo Daddy (pulled pork, jerk chicken, Cajun sausage, bourbon BBQ glaze).

We also ordered the pictured Steven Seagull – a Napoli based pizza covered with mozzarella, aioli and hot chips. It was our least favourite but, who can resist chips and pizza together?

37 Mollison Street, West End

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