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The only thing you need to know about Harry is that he’s got a grill and he’s not afraid to use it. Well, that’s not all you need to know. Let us illuminate you. Find Harry’s Grill in the Airport Hotel along the Arncliffe stretch of Princess Highway, close, naturally enough, to Sydney Kingsford Smith. Inside expect to be faced by a big selection of Australian, Greek, Italian and Mediterranean dishes, with generous portions and at generous prices, too.
Food was great & service not too bad we enjoyed our night at Harrys- Baramundi was to die for & huge helping of fries & salad
We had a great night food was excellent best steak I have had in a while and the haloumi entree was delicious. Staff were very friendly and prompt. Good service.
Harry’s Grill regulars know Harry and his Australian-Mediterranean-steakhouse restaurant on a first name basis, and these are the types that are also on familiar terms with Harry’s mix grill, a selection of the best from Harry’s fridge-freezer: rump steak, grilled chicken fillet, sausages, fried eggs, grilled tomatoes, and onions. Purists who want to hone in on just one juicy target take aim at the T-bone and New York-style sirloin steaks, both weighing in at 350g. It’s also worth making the trip down Princess Highway to the Airport Hotel for Arncliffe’s beefiest beef burger, Harry’s Burger Works. This prize fighter takes a quarter-pounder patty and layers it up with bacon, egg, cheese, pine, lettuce, tomato, onion, beetroot and HG sauce. Correction: Sydney’s beefiest beef burger.
Maybe your long-haul flight’s just landed at Sydney Kingsford Smith and you’re suffering from that condition politely known as the mile high drys, or maybe you’re just a timid type who’s ended up hungry in Arncliffe and lost down Princess Highway; if the mighty meaty selection at Harry’s Grill doesn’t entice you to this Australian and Mediterranean restaurant and steakhouse, go for a Greek or halloumi salad, or conquer the Caesar – there’s plenty of light and healthy options here too. Seafood and pasta dishes, plus a good selection of beer, wine, and spirits makes Harry’s Grill a top contender in this part of the city.