Discover more about The Meat & Wine Co’s new location in the heart of the Sydney CBD at 219-223 Castlereagh Street.
Throughout this cold winter, The Meat & Wine Co has crafted the best menu for you to enjoy a quick and exceptionally delectable lunch
The Meat & Wine Co’s new steak range can only be described as elevated. From our new suppliers to upgraded steak options, find out more about The Meat & Wine Co steaks
Our latest AGED Flavor Fusion, the perfect harmony between Wood Smoke and Irish Jameson Whiskey and a taste you wont forget.
What’s a winter without The Meat & Wine Co’s new menu? Come today to try the flavour unique to this fine season.
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For the first time ever, we’re introducing dry-aged steak with a Japanese red miso and caramelised onion infusion.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you will know the importance of pairing the perfect end to your meal with the most suited wine on the menu. Whether the way to your heart is chocolate or you love desserts with fruit as their main ingredient, different wines will enhance these flavours to make the taste
When considering which wine pairs best with a salad, there are multiple elements that you will need to think about. There are so many different types of salad, with various vegetables, dressings, and forms of protein chosen to complement one another. These flavours should all work together in harmony, so it is essential to select
There is nothing quite like a delicious steak. No matter whether you cook your favourite steak recipes at home or treat yourself to a wonderful evening at a luxury steakhouse restaurant, steak is incomparable. However, unless you’re a seasoned sommelier, it can be challenging to know what wine pairs with steak the best. After all,