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    Belgian Pub
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    Great Coffee Takeaway in Borough Market
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    Salt Beef Time
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    Steaks & Burgers
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Bondi Bucket List [On The Road: Sydney]

A must in Sydney is taking a stroll in the coastal walk, in my case I did it from Bronte to Bondi beach, nice exercise, lovely sunny day, and pretty relax Sunday. As soon as we got to Bondi a beer was necessary, you know for hydration purposes, so we ended having beers in The Bucket List, a bar eatery just a few metres from the beach, open every day, with a nice terrace and enticing menu. 

Bondi Beach
Got to the place, sat outside, in some sort of communal table, the friendly and curious Australians immediately engaged in conversation. After a couple beers, food was in order. My choice a bucket of fresh Queensland tiger prawns, with Iggy’s sourdough and mayo. 

The Terrace
Queensland Tiger Prawns
They were absolutely fantastic, fresh, bug, actually huge, great flavour, the only thing they needed was a touch of lime, the mayo was nicely executed, a spicy touch to complete the dish. 

Prawn Time
Great place to chill out, relax, eat, and obviously have a drink. 

Prawns and shrimps remind me the Seinfeld episode “The Comeback” 

George: Sometimes in life, the gods smile upon you, my friends 
Jerry: Did you get someone to take that Canadian quarter? 
George: I got another meeting with Reilly. A whole new audience and I bet I can get him to try that line again 
Elaine: Who's Reilly? 
Jerry: George was scarfing shrimp at this meeting, and this guy says hey, George, the ocean called. They're running out of shrimp 
George: Listen to the comeback. Oh yeah? Well the jerk store called, they're running out of you... What? You got to be kidding me? 
Elaine: How about this one? How about, your cranium called. It's got some space to rent 
George: What does that mean? 
Jerry: Hey, here you go. Hey, Reilly. The zoo called, you're due back by six 
George: No. No, no, no. You're not helping me 
Kramer: Look, just tell him you had sex with his wife. That'll kill him 
George: I'm not looking for another line. I got the line 
Kramer: Look, George, just think about it. You know, you're married, how would you feel if somebody says to you that they just had sex 
George: Alright, alright. You see? This is why I hate writing with a large group. Everybody has their own little opinions, and it all gets homogenised, and you lose the whole edge of it. I'm going with jerk store! Jerk store is the line! Jerk store! Yes!

The Bucket List
T: +61 2 9365 4122
Approx Damage: AU$45pp
Area: Bondi
Twitter: bucketlistbondi
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