Try a two-thousand year old Chinese burger this weekend in Marrickville

Written by Nathan Jolly on 20th July, 2018
Try a two-thousand year old Chinese burger this weekend in Marrickville

The charity Gift Of Bread are truly doing some amazing work around the area, delivering surplus bread donated by bakeries, cafes and… bread shops to those in need of a feed.

They also run a weekly Street Food market at Banana Joe’s in Marrickville each Saturday from 10-2, the most delicious fundraiser in the Inner West. This week they will be selling the Rou Jia Mo — or as I prefer to call it, “???” — which translates to “meat in a bun” ‘cos the Chinese don’t muck about.

As they explain: “It is the Chinese version of the Western hamburger with a traditional recipe that is over 2000 years old. This Asian delicacy comes from the Shaanxi province in China, where you can find the legendary terracotta warriors.

RELATED: The community notice board at Banana Joe’s is peak Marrickville

Check out the poster below, and get along for some meat in a bun.

Street Burger

The article was originally published on Brag Magazine

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