An Australian-style gastropub called Sheep Station has turned up improbably in Park Slope’s western outback of auto shops and tire stores. “I’m totally loving this place,” raves pitu, who has enjoyed moules frites and flaky, moist meat pies. Others recommend roast lamb sandwiches, fish and chips, and salads, including one with beets, arugula, and Manchego.

The short menu also includes oysters, lamb cutlets, whole fish specials (a recent offering: grilled barramundi), and an Australian burger topped with beet, pineapple, and fried egg. Beyond the chow, hounds are taking to the relaxed vibe, personable staff, and cool industrial decor.

“This place is a real find,” says bobjbkln, who likes the draft beer selection–highlighted by Maudite, the Belgian-style red ale from Quebec’s Unibroue–but wishes they carried more Australian brews.

Sheep Station [Park Slope]
149 4th Ave., at Douglass St., Brooklyn

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