You've heard me rave enough about the Beer at Biero, how wide varieties they have and how much i loved my beers.

What you don't know is that, Biero is not like any bar out there that serve lousy deep fried wedges, fries and buffalo wings as their typical "bar food". In fact, Biero serves food that is up to a 4-star restaurant's standard i would say, even better if it's by request (we called it the "special food" if given a few days of notice before your visit). 

Ring up Chef Nooei beforehand, discuss on what kinda budget you're looking for, for a party of how many people, any preferences- and he'll design the "special kinda food" that you would love!!

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My new found love- Rekorderlig

I'm not gonna pretend like i know how to pronounce this, just call it Strawberry Cider and the people there will know what you're asking for. Goes even better with ice!!

Nooei cooked up a feast for 3 of us last Thurs. I didn't know what to expect at first. But was blown away by the delicacies of its kind. Even food expert like Reza blew his appraisal horn.

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Salmon and Scallop Sashimi with lemon vinaigrette sauce garnished with seaweed.
The slight lemon vinaigrette taste brings out the freshness of the sashimi. Nothing too overwhelming to cover up the fresh fish taste. Plus, the slight sourness is the key to trigger one's appetite before the main course!!

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Beef Tataki.
Sliced beef was slightly seared, drizzled with special sauce completed with raw egg yolk, chopped spring onions and onions.
The dish that got me so delirious and had me raved on and on to my friends for the rest of the night. Definitely a must-order!!

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Crispy skin pork

Again, blew my top away at my first bite!!! Skin was extremely crispy and crunchy, just enough cut of fats for each slice of meat, being served warm made it extra heavenly.

 Love-handle contributory dish but definitely worth the extra run on the treadmill!!

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P/s:: Sorry for the blur pic

Tempura Prawn Sushi.
Seaweed wrapped prawn deep fried with batter. My least favourite dish only because i think there were celery and some other veg that i didn't like. But kudos for the innovation!! It was an overall pleasant dish.

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Stuffed Squid garnished with minced radish.
Not sure what was the stuffing but a palatable dish.  

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If beer is not your cup of "drink", try out their cocktails.
Their bar manager makes superb cocktails without having to tell you what they're creating. Just tell him what kind of taste you prefer (sweet or strong), and he'll whip out some yummilicious drink for you!! Best thing is, it's almost non-replicable cause he didn't even remember what he included. HAHA!!

I had some Kiwi cocktail with bits of kiwi in it and it was soooooo goooood!! Even the guys liked it alot!

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Reza wanted the same thing but they ran out of Kiwi fruits. So they made him something else that was almost equally delightful!


Main course:

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Chili crab
Apparently is a Singapore dish. I never really knew that.

 The mouthwatering tomato + chili sauce are made for mopping, too bad they ran out of "mantao" (bun) to dip in. But it was a flavorsome dish that left us all licking our fingers clean! *slurp*

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Time for a break before we proceed to our dessert.

The thing i like about dining in Biero- it is okay to run around during your meals (remember how mummy always had to sit us down during our meals when we were younger??), have a super long meal, take a break in between for a drink or two at the bar, mingle around with your friends. Nothing too formal.

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Deep Fried Ice-cream for dessert

Vanilla ice cream coated with coconut flakes deep fried and completed with berry syrup. The berry sauce made it a tad bit too sour as a whole. Might be better with chocolate syrup perhaps?

Thanks for the awesome mindblowing dinner put together by Nooei! hehe Sorry that i made fun of commented on your size in my first post! haha It's time to get over it already! =p


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Second dinner i had with Elyn and Jady was a pretty last minute decision.

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Sliced beef wrapped asparagus with a drizzle of teriyaki sauce.

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Lollipop sushi as found in Kobe Jones.
Basically, it consist of a few kinds of sashimi, salmon, tuna etc, wrapped around with sliced cucumber.

(p/s: The chef used to work in Kobe Jones and a few other Japanese restaurants around Melbourne before Biero. So a lot of his dishes are very Japanese inspired)

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Teriyaki chicken.

The chicken was tender and flavourful from the marinade.

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Seafood vermicelli salad.

Didn't really enjoy this dish because it was filled with onions. hehe Onion was never my favourite food.

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Grilled King fish and salmon.

Love this dish as it's cooked to perfection. Not overcooked nor under. This dish is definitely kept simple yet tasty!

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The man behind the mask kitchen.

Here's a little fact about Biero Bar:
-It got nominated as one of the seven finalists for Best Specialty Beer Venue recently!!!

-During your next trip down to Biero, order your mate/yourself a Waterfall (it's the bar's special drink) and get yourself smashed!

-Look out for Hanna for specially designed shots- too yummy to get drunk with!

-And check out the hot waitress called Melissa (i think?!) !! hahaha

-The chef's size is actually not a representative of how good a food expert he is. It's understated. haha


Ratings:
Food: 8/10

Service: 8/10
Most staffs are super friendly and chatty!! It's like you're back home everytime you visit this place

Ambience: 7/10
Can get a bit too noisy sometimes or super pack on Thurs/Fri/Sat nights

Overall: 8/10
(love the beer, the people, the crowd, the food, the bosses.. What's there not to love?!?!)

P/s: So, Nooei, when's my next free dinner for my such good review??
haha Jokes!!

*Review is absolutely based on personal opinion without any biased even though Boss is super generous when it comes to buying his regulars Waterfalls * hehe


Biero Bar
http://www.bierobar.com.au/
525 Little Lonsdale & Williams St
0396000940

7 comments:

Chow Vi Thian said...

I'm always there for the beer, never really for the food but after your post thats gonna change very soon!

Slinky said...

Hmmmm seems like a really nice place.
Perhaps I should drop by one of these days too...

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

this is going to my "to drink n eat place"!

taufulou said...

wow! 8/10...even your pictures is abit blur but sure do can feel the tastiness of it..:)

Crazieapple said...

Chow Vi, Slinky & "Joe": Yea!! It's a very well deceived place to dine in.. But once u've tried i, you'll never regret!! hehe

Taufulou: Deepest apology to my blur pictures.. =( not a pro in this.. hehe and yes.. pictures do no justice to the tastiness of the food!! hehe

vialentino said...

nvm...come back and i teach u how to take better pic quality than mr. taufulou...hahaha.

Victoryperfect said...

My cousin recommended this blog and she was totally right keep up the fantastic work!


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