An overdue catch up found us at The Morrison on a Friday night. We had both wanted to try this place especially for their super delicious sounding Crab Toast.
The Morrison, Sydney CBD (near Wynyard Station) was super packed and lively- I suppose for a Friday night that was pretty standard. A menu was brought to us a by a lovely waitress and as far as menus go, it was short and sweet with a couple of entrees and mains.
We didn't have to wait long before our dishes came out, beginning with the Crab Toast ($18.00). It was a delectable composition of chilled snow crab, creme fraiche, lemon zest and chive on rye. The crab was really fresh and the lemon gave it a very delicious kick- delicious!
Next came our Slow Cooked Pork Hock ($55.00). Behold, a pan of crispy glory at its best! The meat was cooked peeerfectly. So crispy outside and with the most fluffy meaty innards, not stringy at all. Not to mention the apple, radish, watercress salad it was sitting on...and the beautiful caper gravy drizzled all over it. I distinctly remember scooping up the gravy with my spoon. So good.
We continued our belly adventures at The Rocks Cafe, The Rocks.
We got the Apple Pie ($12.00) which was supperb! It was nice and warm, we especially loved the crumble on top. Perfect kind of warm and crumbly :D
I was a little disappointed with this, the Tiramisu ($12.00). I thought it lacked flavour. The nuts on top were nice though!