Bridge St Garage

Located on Bridge St in Sydney CBD (closest train station: Wynyard), Bridge St Garage offers a unique dining experience right in Sydney, Australia serving some of the best American & Latin American burgers which are ‘made from the freshest produce‘.

Being an American-style bar and dining location, Bridge St Garage offers a burger bar at the front and towards the back, is the dining area. How do you know you’ve entered a garage ? It’s the hand cranked garage doors you see upon arrival. Come in and the restaurant is dark with lit signs. As you walk to the back dining section, you’ll pass the kitchen window where you’ll get to see behind the scenes of these burgers.

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The restaurant tends to be overcrowded with a bit of a line during lunchtime on weekdays so avoid waiting by making an online or phone reservation to secure a table. That’s how I did it, and it was perfect- no waiting time whatsoever!

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'Choripan' served on a fresh ciabatta roll with Argentinan sausage, lettuce and tomato, topped with chimmichurri sauce and aioli $17

Choripan
served on a fresh ciabatta roll with Argentinan sausage, lettuce and tomato, topped with chimmichurri sauce and aioli
$17

The burger was definitely very filling. Although I feel the lettuce (purple) did override majority of the taste. I decided to go with something different, so decided the Argentinian sausage burger would be the best fit. The Argentinian sausage was surprisingly really good  but I think if the lettuce wasn’t too big, the burger would’ve probably been a lot better. The ciabatta roll was quite good, not as crunchy as if you had a regular burger but the roll was a good fit for the sausage.

'Pulled Pork Sandwich' slow-roasted marinated pork loaded onto sourdough and topped with coleslaw $19

Pulled Pork Sandwich’
slow-roasted marinated pork loaded onto sourdough and topped with coleslaw
$19

You’ll probably stare at this burger thinking ‘where do I start ?‘. There are 2 sandwiches stacked on top of each other so you only need to remove the wooden stick and take a sandwich at a time. 

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