The plate was piled high with juicy tender duck coated in a lovely crispy skin. It was a big serving and we both dug in and loved it.Read More
The Petit Satay Chicken came in a serving of eight. They were all slathered in rich thick peanut satay sauce and a small side of cucumber relish.Read More
The spaghetti aglio e olio was an olive oil based dish with extra virgin olive oil, garlic and parsley. Adding a gernerous serving of prawns completed the dish.Read More
The peanut butter brittle had chocolate custard, peanut brittle, Nutella, salted peanuts and whipped cream. It was bold and indulgently rich tooRead More
This stunning Tella Ball Slider was filled with Nutella gelato and was covered with melted Nutella. This all tasted fantastic!Read More
Eggs Benny with bacon (or smoked salmon) on sourdough with smashed avo, potato and carrot rosti, creamy hollandaise sauce on top and a fresh salad.Read More
The stunning berry, almond and brown rice pancake had so many things in it and turned out to also be a great mix of flavours and textures.Read More
These colourful mini burgers were some of the launch canapes - but you can get Woolfe & Co full meals here every night.Read More
Heritage Park - Heritage Rd,
Castle Hill, Sydney
With a stunning bushland backdrop, delightful decorations, fantastic food and drink options and an excellent array of films to choose from, the Sydney Hills Outdoor Cinema is a wonderful choice for a summer night out.
Located in the heart of the Hills District in Sydney, this bushy, open area is set up with a huge outdoor movie screen, foldable chairs, beanbags, private tents, food and drinks, and entertainment from MTV and Nova 96.9.
We visited on opening night, with cocktails and canapes to welcome us to this wonderfully planned event. Even though the weather was cool for summer, the vibe was great with a live DJ before the film started. Naturally, our eyes went straight to the menus available at the Outdoor Cinema.
With food truck style foods, there was a range of burgers, hot dogs, and healthier salad options, with a kids menu available as well.
Aside from the mains, there were snacks for absent minded indulging during the film, such as popcorn, crisps, and ice cream cones from Gelato Messina.
Our food, ordered at the truck and collected when our buzzer rang, looked delicious - even for food presented in styrofoam containers. Duke munched on a Kransky hotdog, smothered in purple sauerkraut and mustard mayo. He definitely picked up some European vibes in this dish and the serving size was perfect for dinner. Duchess couldn’t go past the Southern Fried Chicken Burger (it’s so hard to say Southern Fried Chicken out loud without a Southern accent - go on, try it). She was in food bliss as she tore into this burger, perfect juicy chicken, just the right amount of bite, offset with lettuce and tomato. And that cheese, that sauce. SO GOOD. One of the best burgers Duchess has had.
Just to pretend we were being healthy, we also shared a chicken & green mango salad, which was very Vietnamese influenced with Nam Jim dressing, herbs, peanuts and some tomato and cucumber included too.
We also tried the beer of choice at the outdoor cinema, Vale - it was definitely a nice bottled brew. Some sparkling for Duchess, the Azure, was just the perfect addition of sparkle to an already enjoyable evening.
The movie, Spectre, was set to begin and we made ourselves comfortable in some of the folding chairs, grabbed a blanket, and settled back for a relaxing film. The sound and picture quality was great, considering it was an outdoor cinema. Overall, the Sydney Hills Outdoor Cinema was a great night out, for couples, families or just a group of friends. The best part? The whole package - you can spend your entire night there without having to grab dinner beforehand - just grab one of those burgers.
The Duke and Duchess, who review for Sir and Mlady Dine Out, were guests of Sydney Hills Outdoor Cinema. Special thanks to Rachel Cameron of The Society Group for this invitation.
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