Beef Marmalade and Pickles

$14.00 · 39 Reviews

😆 We had:
- smoked quail egg and caviar (seems like a staple for all)
- white pepper chicken necks 😋
- Jamaican chicken and lime crema 😋
- steak frites (added on cause it looked good on other diners’ plates)
- leek white truffle (probably the most expensive leek I’ll ever eat in my life 😂)
- beef marmalade & pickles (my fave item🥰)
- belly chop with apple and raspberry compote (portion was bigger than expected and i preferred this over the tenderloin!)
- beef tenderloin with burnt onion and bone marrow (a beauty, but I needed some salt 😛)
- chocolate fondant with smoked ice cream (I need a few pints of this!!!)
This is definitely a place where you will be torn between ordering the tried and tested or the other items that sounds/looks/smells so good. Solution: return for another visit! As long as you make your reservation online at 12am 3 months prior 🤫
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Providing a richer and more robust profile, the Beef Marmalade And Pickles ($14) was everything I like and more. The tender and juicy meat was balanced with the crusty, mayo-smeared grilled sourdough. Cutting through the sweetness of the marmalade, the slices of house pickles balanced atop also held a gentle dose of tartness and a very nice crunch. Overall, just incredibly moreish.

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This dish leaned towards the slightly saltier side but it’s packed full of flavours from the beef marmalade. The pickles and chives atop adds on another crunchy texture and different dimension to the overall taste profile of this unique dish!

Like what you’d expect - smoky, sweet and savory all in one from the utterly delightful beef marmalade. Then when least expect, there comes a surprise tang from the pickles

If you're here for the first time you'll probably be at a loss what to order, but two relatively inexpensive dishes are your safest bet - grissini ($12), and this.
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It wasn't love at first bite, as I found it too sweet at first. But soon after I appreciated how well the sticky sweet beef mixture went with the crunchy acidic pickles. Served on crusty but fluffy sourdough toast, it was scrumptious towards the end. Needless to say, I'll order this again during my return visit.
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Reservation opens 3 months before but i was lucky to get a seat by walking in and it has got to be one of the best meals i ever had!! 😍🥩 -
Beef Marmalade and House Pickles ($14)
Grissini and Taramasalata ($12)
Onglet, burnt onion and bone marrow ($28/100g min 100g i had 185g)
Blackmore’s striploin which is Australian wagyu and exlusive to Burnt Ends ($65/100g min 200g i had 190g)
Pavlova for dessert ($12)
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The best part has to be the Onglet cooked to perfection, so succulent. 😋 Will definitely be back but just skip the wagyu and order more Onglet! -
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Every guest at the table could be seen ordering this dish. This highly popular Beef Marmalade and Pickles does live up to the hype. It’s an explosion of flavours when you bite into it: the flavour of the tender beef and sweetness of the caramelised onions was toned down by the sour pickles and a sprinkle of chives. All forms of dining etiquette went out the window when I discard my utensils and decided to use my hands instead as I didn’t want to risk dropping any of it. What a pig 🐷 ⁣

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From the moment I tried this starter, I fell completely in love with it and it’s a must-order for my partner and I whenever we visit Burnt Ends. It may look small but it really packs a lovely concoction of flavours, and the pickles add an extra dimension to it. Do make your reservations in advance (even up to months before) as walk ins are very rare and risky for a date night, and also note that most seating is in a row facing the open kitchen.

A must order, the sweet and savoury morass of beef marmalade will awaken your appetite with an explosion of ludicrously sublime flavours, its richness balanced by the sharp tang of the pickles

Taste: 5/5