Whenever in Sydney, one of my first stops is always Harry’s Cafe de Wheels (a Sydney tradition since 1938) in Woolloomooloo, where I quickly wolf down one of their classic Tiger Pies — that’s an Aussie meat pie topped with mashers, topped with mushy peas, topped with thick gravy. Then I belly up to the counter for another one.
Emma … this one’s for you!
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Wow! That sounds awesome! Hadn’t heard of Tiger Pies before.
Hi Madhu … consider them the ultimate in comfort food!
Yummy! Funny – we have place called Harry’s in our town – deluxe burgers, fried claims, ice cream – y’know, health food! This looks fabulous!
hahaha! yep, all the things nutritionists recommend! btw, it was as good as it looks!
So colorful & cute!
… and very, very tummy!
Love it. Mushy peas rock! I’ve never heard of Tiger Pies before, thanks for putting them on my gastronomical radar, Stephen! 🙂
Hey Ailsa … like Philly cheese steaks or Chicago pizza, it’s one of those little gastronomical pleasures that everyone should enjoy at least once in their lives
It’s an interesting and colorful shop. 🙂
yes, a very fun spot to hang out and enjoy a nice lunch.
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mushy & messy. can imagine that it tastes real good
omg … it border on decadent! that’s why I can’t have just one!
I’ve been there. This was one of my pre hangover cures…you know when the alcohol is still making you feel good…go and get one of these in to you and well you still get a hangover but you ate well.
Hi Jo … actually I’ve wrapped up a number of late night drinking sessions there. it’s the perfect meal after losing count of how many beers I drank.
Hi! I just nominated you for the inspiring blog award!! http://aparnanairphotography.wordpress.com/2012/07/16/my-first-blog-award/
hi there … and thanks so much for that. been away from my blog for a bit lately (darn work!) but I want to display this excellent honor! that means a lot to me!