Lunch Run Season 3

Buckle up for the latest season of our Facebook Watch & IGTV ‘Lunch Run’ series, where we talk cars, the tastiest dishes available for pickup on Uber Eats – and a healthy serving of smack.

Istanville Pide & Kebabs In The Porsche Taycan 4S

This tech-laden all-wheel-drive sports sedan might be electric, but it hasn’t lost its Porsche DNA. We take the first ever electric Porsche for lunch. How good.

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Manoosh Pizzeria In The Lamborghini Urus

A total of $101,951 worth of options don this 2021 Lamborghini Urus in a scintillating ‘Verde Mantis’. A one-of-a-kind package with the Urus – as it nearly perfects the blend between supercar and SUV. For the money though, you could actually get a supreme example of both – and separately, for that matter.

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The Fish Market In The Aston Martin DBX

Aston Martin put a huge bulk of their chips on red for this car. Specifically (and quite literally), this 'Hyper Red' DBX – the first ever SUV from the 107-year-old British marque. But have they hit the nail on the head, or slightly missed the mark?

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Plumer Chicken Shop In The Mercedes S-Class

A refreshing change up to our recent slog of hot SUVs, the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class makes its debut in our Lunch Run series to offer a sedated luxury that's welcomed equally by those up the front as it is by those in the back.

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Small's Deli In The Porsche 911 Turbo S

The ever so seductive – yet discreet – Porsche 911 Turbo S. With a supercar price tag but a badge that only a handful of true car aficionados would recognise, the Turbo S represents the pinnacle of understated performance in the half-million-dollar club.

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St Jude In The Defender 90 X

12 months on from our time with the Defender 110, the little fella arrives down under in a two-door short wheelbase variant. While this car might be a $150,000 kitted out beast, it's surprisingly the more compelling of the two.

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Stacked Sambos In The Ferrari Roma

We’ve had our eye on the Ferrari Roma since its preview to Australia last year – and it’s easy to see why this particular prancing horse has stirred the most conversation from observers ever since. While we usually avoid chain restaurants in this series, the folks at Stacked’s North Sydney locale really turned it on for a dynamic duo of scrummy sambos.

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Mori Japanese In The Audi RS6

The RS6 will always be a one-of-one. If you know, you know, and that’s why we love it. And considering you can fit three kids, your mountain bikes, and a set of skis on the roof, all the while doing 0-100 in 3.6 seconds, it really is a whole lot of car for the money.

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