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El Burro / Williamstown

 In Williamstown, right across from the scenic bay you’ll find a lovely little tapas venue – El Burro. For our Western Australian readers think a Fremantle vibe, close to the water, relaxed and chic but still in the inner suburbs and within 20 minutes of the CBD. It’s a beautiful pocket of the world and full of eateries to discover!  We visited relatively early on a Sunday night, and while initially quiet, the tables filled as the night drew on. El Burro do a pretty fantastic sangria, fruity, rich and refreshing. It’s certainly worth getting a jug to share!  We started with a Guacamole. We were a little disappointed it was served with the tomato and avocado separate, and it made for some difficult serving maneuvers to get from plate to mouth! Our next choice was the Pork Belly with crackling and manchengo. Pork belly can be an incredibly tricky dish to get right but this was just lovely. The crackling had a satisfying crunch, the meat was tender, with a slight chewiness. The dish was pulled together with …