Sydney’s “Harry’s Café de Wheels” Rolls Out Aussie Pies and Hotdogs in Manila

Freshly baked meat pies, hotdogs, and other classic Aussie tucker find its way to the country. Check out these dishes well-loved in Sydney in the newest Harry's outlet in S Maison, Conrad Manila!

Freshly baked meat pies, hotdogs, and other classic Aussie tucker find its way to the country by way of Sydney's iconic cafe on wheels, Harry's.

Harry's Cafe de Wheels is a famous food cart known for its authentic Aussie tucker–think freshly baked meat pies, hotdogs, all day breakfast grub. It's simple and heartwarming food that Sydneysiders have loved since the 1940s, and now Harry's finds its way to the Philippines, with its third branch at S Maison opening end of 2016.

The story of Harry's Cafe de Wheels

"It started out with my sister in law," Star Uy, Director of Harry's Cafe Philippines, shares. "She studied in University of Sydney, and when she saw Harry's, she saw that there were a lot of Asians going to the store right across her school. So she said, maybe the Philippines is ready for this, and she introduced it to my brother." Star traveled with her brother to Sydney several times, tested all the Harry's stores in Sydney, and liked what they experienced; in 2015 they decided to bring it home. The very first store quietly opened in Solenad 3, Nuvali in September 2015, while the first outlet in Manila last July in Uptown Mall BGC. The newest outpost is located at S Maison Mall of Conrad Manila. And it seems more people are growing to love meat pies and all the Aussie food they're offering, as there are plans to open more stores within 2017.

Harry's in S Maison, Conrad Manila

Check out these dishes when you visit the newest Harry's outlet in S Maison, Conrad Manila:

Kick off your meal with Original Poutine (P125): regular potato fries turn extra special with Harry's special gravy and a topping of cheese
Their mealy and addicting Chippy Chips (P65) is a Sydney staple and comes with a ketchup and sour cream dip
Chicken Poppers (P170): the chippy chips return and partner up with battered chicken strips; Harry's gravy goes well with everything on their menu!
The best-seller Tiger Pie (P220) lets you choose a base pie (Beef and Mushroom, Classic Beef, Chick n' Shroom, or Kings Cross/pork) and then it is topped with mashed potato, mushy peas, and Harry's special gravy
All Harry's hotdogs are Viennese sheep-cased and served on freshly baked rolls, like this Classic Hotdog (P140) with cheese, tomato sauce, and caramelized onions
Harry's Chili Dog (P270) is my favorite 'dog, smothered with chili and drizzled with sriracha
Carbs on carbs, an awesome budget friendly deal for the hungry. Pasta Bowls (P180 each) fill you up quick here, angel hair pasta in flavors like Ratatouille, Sausage Basil, and Shrimp Pesto served on bread bowls!
Harry's Philippines adds fried chicken to their menu, recognizing our love for crispy poultry dishes. They serve a classic Chix & Waffle combo for only P160, served with a special honey syrup and Harry's gravy.
Load up on comfort with the Bondi Brekkie (P260): plain Frankfurt and Canadian ham is served with two eggs, a mini pie, and waffles. Pair this with their Brewed Coffee (P30/8oz, P50/12oz).
Make room for dessert and sweet endings, like brownies, tarts, and milkshakes. The Very Berry Strawberry (P135) brings back memories of childhood strawberry milkshakes and the Dirty Dutch Mudpie (P135) is a hit with chocolate lovers.

Harry's is located at Solenad 3 Nuvali, Uptown Mall BGC, and S Maison Conrad Manila. Follow Harry's Philippines on Facebook (harryscafeph) and Instagram (@harryscafe_ph).


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Beatriz Acosta

Beatriz Acosta

Bea is ClickTheCity's Features Editor and Head of Content Services, and gets into quite a number of food mischief due to her appropriately feisty appetite. Travel, food, and fitness go hand in hand for her -- this fitness fangirl enjoys working out to counter all the glorious food. Bea graduated DLSU with a double degree in Communication Arts and Advertising Management, and considers her Taft life to be her first formal education on street food. While doughnuts and ice cream are the known weaknesses of this self-confessed serial snacker, she also has a soft spot for puns.

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