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Big Boy BBQ

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Description from their web site:

We are Melbourne’s first dedicated ‘low and slow’ smoked meat experience. We bring you the most tender, juiciest barbeque in Melbourne. Our aim is to give you the best RIBS in Melbourne.

Our motto - ‘Slow Food… Fast’ is about our passion to preserve traditional cooking methods and provide an alternative to the unhealthy fast food that is so prevalent. Our meats are rubbed with spices and smoked at low temperatures for up to 16 hours. Anthony Bourdain said in ‘A Cooks Tour’ that Barbeque is the ‘antithesis of fast food’.

Despite the fact that our meats are ‘slow cooked’ before you come in, we are able to serve them quickly when orders are placed, so hence our food is slow food…fast!

We also promote sustainable foods and energy sources. Our food is handmade, fresh and avoids any added chemicals that are common in so many fast foods. Our meats are low fat and we have many low carb meal options available.


We offer eat in or take out and are licensed and BYO ($1 per person).

We have a private function room that can hold 30 of your best friends. We can cater for your next party at our place or yours. We can bring our barbeque to you or you can DIY with everything supplied by Big Boy Barbeque. All our meats can be easily reheated in your oven at home.

Caulfield South

764 Glenhuntly Road
t (03) 9523 7410

Opening Hours

Sunday to Wednesday
12.00pm - 8.00pm
Thursday to Saturday
12.00pm - 9.00pm
Closed Public Holidays

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