Inferno Grill & Cafe | Maroubra

Bite-sized Summary: Inferno Grill is one of those local gems that ticks all the boxes for a delicious, wholesome and uncomplicated meal that perfectly combines quality and affordability. So much more than just a local chicken shop, this is comfort food at its best! 

Thick cut chips, golden roasted chicken and beer-battered fish; Inferno Grill offers all the simple, nostalgic pleasures you might expect from a beachside chicken shop. Elevating Inferno a cut above the ordinary, however, is their exceptional quality, innovation, and of course, that mouthwatering burger menu, which certainly attracts diners from across Sydney.

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‘The Pig Kahuna’

With an excess of fifteen different burgers to choose from, its a hard task choosing just one. ‘The Pig Kahuna’ comes with a generous portion of Southern fried chicken, Aunt Jamima glazed bacon, herbed coleslaw, chilli mayo, grilled pineapple and American cheddar ($16). Packed with ingredients, the fried chicken is juicy with a crispy, golden coating. It’s an exceptionally balanced burger with the sweet, glazed bacon and bursts of freshness from the pineapple and coleslaw packed with fresh herbs. Finished off with a perfect amount of chilli mayo, this burger is full of flavour, and I can’t wait to come back and try some more!

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Greek Tasting Plate

If burgers aren’t your thing, Inferno offers a delicious range of roasted and grilled meats, with a distinctly Mediterranean influence. I’m particularly intrigued by the Greek nachos with crispy pita bread crisps, slow roasted beef, feta, fresh salsa and homemade tzatziki ($15); cleverly innovative, fresh and something that I’ll be coming back to try without a doubt.

For those that like to try a little bit of everything, the Greek Tasting Plate is a generous and tasty option, piled high with lamb souvlaki, golden, crispy calamari, grilled halloumi cheese, fresh greek salad, salsa, pita bread and tzatziki on a bed of their famous rosemary chips ($22). The lamb souvlaki is well-seasoned, succulent and delicious rolled up in fresh pita bread with a touch of tzatziki.

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Roasted chicken with Veggies

My dining partner ordered roast chicken with a few different salad/vegetable options. Vibrant and beautifully presented for a local chicken shop, the meat was incredibly tender, juicy and delicious!

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Homemade Ice Cream

As if there weren’t already enough reasons to fall in love with this local gem, Inferno also offers a range of homemade ice cream. I was lucky to sample honeycomb, strawberry and tim tam, served with a ripple of flavoured sauce and crushed bits over top. Rich in flavour, creamy and smooth, the honeycomb was a real highlight for me.

The Verdict
Fresh, honest, affordable food that doesn’t skimp on quality or size; it’s the kind of place that makes you a little jealous of the locals. Whether you’re in the mood for burgers, a Mediterranean feast, or a Caramello Koala thickshake, this humble chicken shop does it all.

Eats with Marie dined as a guest of Inferno Grill and Ompty Media. All opinions, comments and photos are 100% honest and my own.

Inferno Grill & Cafe
3/944 Anzac Parade, Maroubra 2035
02 9349 1821
infernogrill.com.au

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