On the menu at Hudson Corner you’ll find pulled pork drizzled in barbeque sauce, and Buffalo wings with creamy blue cheese dipping sauce.
You’ll notice 12-hour hickory smoked Wagyu beef brisket and barbeque pork ribs. You may then be very surprised to learn that owner Matt Lim is a practising dietician.
Going by the intoxicating smell of smoked meats at Hudson Corner, it’s clear that Lim’s eatery isn’t your typical green smoothie-toting paleo haven. Instead, it offers honest, well-portioned and balanced meals so diners can enjoy a range of slow-cooked wood and charcoal-smoked meats without feeling too guilty.
Replacing your typically rich mac ‘n’ cheese sides are fresh options such as spicy coleslaw, pico de gallo salsa and green chilli rice. Enjoy them with a meat platter or perhaps a Tex-Mex bean burrito wrap.
Top it off with a freshly baked cherry pie and a cold beer from Hudson’s rotating drinks menu, featuring the likes of Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale through to Weltenburger Pils.
If you’re one of those people who dislike talking on the phone, then you’ll appreciate Hudson Corner’s text ordering system – just text your order through to the dedicated number and your dinner will be ready by the time you rock up.