Melbourne’s Chapel Street has a brand new, late-night beer house and eatery, Sister of Society, which we had the pleasure of exclusively previewing this week.
Sister of Society offers exactly what its name alludes to: a ‘sister to society’. The restaurant provides a modern space of warmth and comfort, where exceptional food is offered in a casual dining setting that features groovy tunes and red neon signage reading ‘SOS’.
The cuisine is a fusion of delightful Asian, including the likes of amazing grilled haloumi on salter watermelon, alongside toasted almonds and fresh mint. This was certainly our favourite of the night, as well as the succulent BBQ marinated prawns with Thai chilli almond creme and fresh lime that we could not stop chowing down.
Other delectable dishes include Moroccan spiced lamb with pine nuts, hummus, labne and pomegranate, sticky braised beef taco with chipotle aioli, slaw and pickled cucumber, and Karaage sake chicken wings with sriracha mayonnaise. If that mouthwatering list does not appetise you, then we don’t know what will.
Sister of Society’s extensive beer and wine list features some of Australia’s best, also offering a cocktail list that will make you want to stay all night. Perhaps try a refreshing Slippery Gypsy mixing cinnamon infused rum, gin and orange ice tea, or maybe relax into The Kinky Possum (Umm… can possums be kinky?!) with watermelon, Malibu, tequila, strawberries and lime.
If you’re someone who loves sipping a beverage under a warm sunny sky or twinkling starry night, Sister of Society is pleased to announce they have just been granted permission to licence the little street next door. Fifty to sixty people will be able to enjoy Sister of Society’s quality food under cheery festoon lighting within the next few weeks!