In the southern hemisphere, water drains counterclockwise, tornados spin clockwise, and clocks stand still because they are all sun dials. Unpack additional outback issues with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of authentic Australian fare at Sheep Station in Park Slope.
Upon entering Sheep Station, guests immerse themselves in a softly lit rustic space outfitted by exposed brick and rugged wooden tables. The utile and welcoming space allows the multifarious menu to shine with down-under favorites. Savory bread bundles, such as the roast leg of lamb sandwich—with arugula, tomatoes, and a robust garlic cream ($13)—turn casual meals into adventurous expeditions, and an all-star cast of rosemary potatoes and verdant string beans back up the herb-roasted half "chook," or chicken ($15). Saluting the southern commitment to containment, the chefs also prep and stuff meaty and vegetarian-friendly pies, which stretch their doughy roof over mashed potatoes, mint peas, and gravy ($12). Aussie evenings can come to a delicious denouement with artful dessert selections, including the sticky toffee pudding ($6) topped in ice cream, caramel sauce, and the face-planting face of the guest who orders it.
149 4th Ave.
Brooklyn, New York 11217Get Directions