Burke & Wills is a modern Australian bistro on the upper west side of Manhattan that focuses on seasonal, produce-driven cuisine. BTR’s Chelsea White stopped by to meet co-owner Tim Harris, and to taste the Roo Burger, which is made from ground kangaroo meat and served with tomato jam, arugula, drunken onions and triple-fried french fries (also known as chips). Is your mouth watering yet?
Featured songs in this episode:
“Eskimo Boy” by Strange Talk
“Tearing Down The Posters” by Dick Diver
“If You Wanna Stay (The Rooftop Boys Remix)” by The Griswolds
“High Hogs” by Bushwalking
“Sometimes Accidentally” by The Goon Sax
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