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4 based on 142 reviews
Balcon by Tapavino's obsession of all things Spanish takes it up a notch with our contemporary take on the rustic and refined dishes from Northern Spain. With over 4000 bottles on display, a 12 meter bar, and and outdoor dining area that's sure to attract
This place is all class. The staff make you feel very welcome and are very classy. The venue is simply spectacular. It looks like an old world wine bar. The tapas food looks amazing.I love the outdoor undercover dining area. It is really slick and well appointed.This is one classy establishment. I will be back!
4 based on 236 reviews
Located in Sydneyâs CBD and housed in the historic 350 George Street building, Mercado is at the gateway of the cityâs bustling and beautiful European-style Angel Place. We work with many small farmers, growers and producers to source the finest ingredien
For the last night in Sydney we were looking for a nice place and a good meal and a kind waitress in our hotel suggested this place.The area is amazing, the restaurant nice and calm and the food overal good, despite quite elaborate: more close to french cousine than spanish, but quuge interesting!We asked for Sangria, that they slso not offer, and they propose their spritz that has nothing to do with a real Spritz!Overall, the experience was good sonwr reccoment it.Hola,Thank you kindly for taking the time to write this great review. We are so pleased you enjoyed dining with us and appreciate you sharing your experience. You are quite correct, our cuisine is not classically Spanish, however we do draw inspiration from all over the Mediterranean, hence the varied styles of cuisine on our menu.I was our pleasure to host you and we hope to see you again one day.With appreciation,Mercado Team
4 based on 421 reviews
A stylish European restaurant and Wine Bar situated in the heart of the city.. Sydney Established 18 years with many regular diners Trading breakfast lunch and dinner with drinks, a long list of wines by the glass and classic cocktails
Lunched on back-to-back afternoons with business associates. Extensive menu complemented by specials (although they were the same both days, I think). I enjoyed the pasta both days, the ravioli one day and the papardelle the next. Really good wine selections. Very attentive staff. Across the street from Hyde Park, next to the Sheraton Hotel.
4 based on 3995 reviews
Worth the booking. Immaculate seating, decore and polished service by dedicated, educated staff. The view is the gateway to Sydney harbour. The femme gorged on a doz. oysters, scotch fillet with mushies, bacon and creamed potatoes. I plumped for the whiting with vongole, creamed corn, farro and parsley oil. We shared sheep milk pannacotta with berry sorbet, strawberry, meringue and white chocolate. Order me a stretcher, si vous plais .
4 based on 483 reviews
Have been here numerous times before but first time under new chef and with new menu. Not impressed. Some favourites have been retired (barramumdi) with new ones such as barbounia and snapper not up to scratch as they were way overcooked. The entrees have gone bland from their previous sharp tastes. Best on the night was the imported baklava and the coffee for which I will go again for - after having dinner elsewhere!
4 based on 128 reviews
Mister Percy Wine Bar & Kitchen is housed in a former historic wool store in heart of Pyrmont offering Mediterranean-style shared style food + pinchos alongside a carefully curated free-flowing wine that is sure to excite. Home to the effortlessly stylish
we had a combined room/dinner package. The atmosphere of the restaurant was small and cosy but the other people never felt intrusive. The staff were excellent and nothing was too much of a problem for them. Menu was interesting and well thought out in that the portions were such that you could share easily because of the way they were prepared. Also i felt the pricing very reasonable including the drinks.
5 based on 103 reviews
Modern, elegant wine bar in the heart of Double Bay, with delicious food using the best local produce, exceptional wines and friendly service.
I was lucky enough to attend a third birthday dinner for Bibo Wine Bar this week. Not only do they have a highly original and unique selection of fabulous wines but these pair so effortlessly with their delicious food menu. Everything is a perfect match.Dinner was a selection of share plates starting with entree style smoked salmon pÃ¢tÃ©, the incredibly delicious scallop cru & finger lime, runner bean fitters, and the piri piri aubergine and the mouth watering FlambÃ© chorizo. This was followed by the equally mouth watering main size Suckling Pig with Fennel, persimmon & pomegranate. We finished this with a quince & bergamot tart followed my mini Portuguese tarts straight out of the oven. All of this was with matching wines by the glass perfectly chosen from Portugal to Australia. All in all this was a wonderful evening. I would highly recommend Bibo Wine Bar for anything from a special dinner for two to a large group booking for a celebration. Either way you will be looked after and will have a truly special dinning experience.
4 based on 373 reviews
French born Marc Kuzma AKA Claire de Lune, has created a traditional French Brasserie menu with a few modern twists. Claire has decorated the venue with fabulous imported wall papers, antiques and chic furniture. Business partner, Valentin has hand picked
Thereâs a collective intake of breath in the intimate dining room when everyone opens their menus. Fanning out like piano accordions, each menuâs glowing white light captures guestsâ faces in a state of childlike wonder as they scratch their heads and wonder what it is theyâre meant to eat. Eat the pages of the menu? Itâs rather absurd, but then so is the nonsensical and satirical movement Le Salon DadA is based upon. Being familiar with Marc Kuzmaâs work at El'Circo at Slide, I entered Claireâs Kitchen at Le Salon with a fair idea of what to expect. In this setting Kuzma (who is also known as Claire de Lune) has kicked things up to the next level using a City of Sydney night-time diversification grant. These monies are all about local council trying to restore some of Sydneyâs faded night-time glory, decimated by Gladys Berejiklianâs lockout laws. It's a perverse situation of local government giving what the state government has taken away.But I digressâ¦ Kuzmaâs resulting night, (which will set you back $140/head) is based upon Cabaret Voltaire, a Swiss enclave of artists escaping the First World War. DadA was anti-establishment, anti-reason and anti-logic. DadA was the antidote to the bourgeois capitalist interests that the artists believed had led people into war in the first place. Following this line, our first course takes curative form as a wartime first aid kid with tongue depressor, bandages and a petri dish containing a smooth French mushroom parfait topped with sauternes jelly. Scraped onto crackers, itâll sustain you through your cocktail construction â the recipe and ingredients are in your bucket.With shiso leaf-infused vodka, nettle liqueur and pomegranate cordial, itâs a tangy, slightly more sophisticated Cosmopolitan with little blasts of sweetness when the pearls of passionfruit and lime pop on your tongue. The rest of your boozing is done in the usual fashion, with many wines - including the 2017 Cave de Turckheim Pinot Blanc ($70/bottle) we selected - available by glass, carafe and full bottle. The fresh, dry white wine proves easy to enjoy through some on-stage art that sees a semi-nude model enhanced with the f-holes from a cello, and some at-the-table card tricks. Itâs a multimedia affair, with German expressionist film, The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari (1920), playing on screens placed throughout the dining room. Seen through the eyes of an asylum patient, the film may leave you wondering whatâs real and whatâs not.Contortionist Jade Twist continues our surrealist descent by wearing a black zentai suit with eyes and lips in all the wrong places. Tying herself in knots until she looks like a human pretzel, Twist makes it hard to know which way is up, and which direction way is forward. It's a perfect segue to a course based upon The Persistence of Memory (1931), arguably Salvador Daliâs most famous surrealist work. From the edge of a martini glass, his melting pocket watch drips in cracker form to accompany a well-spiced cold capsicum and tomato soup. Your soup is poured from a vessel that is itself a nod to Daliâs 1972 piece, Marilyn Monroe, shown up on the screens.Itâs this attention to detail that makes Kuzmaâs night so intellectually rich for art-lovers, with clever details like Marcel Duchampâs Bicycle Wheel (1913) in the stairwell on the way up to the dining room. Even the table setting is done in the style of DadA, down to a DadA print cloth serviette. Without wanting to give it all away, the next course â the only hot course - a rainbow trout roulade, is a nod to Joan MirÃ³. Everything on the splattered abstract plate is edible, down to the crisp fish bones.On the stage, the inimitable Shauna Jensen is clad in a thematic âsinging fishâ (one of Miroâs recurring motifs) kaftan, as she belts out Ella Jenkins' Wade in the Water. Jensen returns later in the evening with This Is Me from The Greatest Showman. It's guaranteed to leave you uplifted â from her talented lips the power balladâs lyrics sound inspirational rather than twee. Kuzma has been booking cabaret acts for decades and has a real eye for talent, as youâll no doubt discover across the night.Le Salon DadA is a rich and punny, multimedia experience that will appeal to all of your senses. âJust like the painting, there is no confusion, it is designed to put in your mouth,â Kuzma finishes.Le Salon DadA takes place on Sunday evenings at Claire's Kitchen at le Salon. Bookings are essential.
4 based on 196 reviews
Here at CaffÃ¨ Amici in Sydney you find a casual and friendly environment where you can taste the best Italian recipes cooked with the finest and fresh ingredients and enjoy imported Italian wines and beers. Since 2009 Stefano and Tania welcome you for bre
Based on high TA ratings we pre-booked this small but popular caffe for an early dinner.Our food choices were well cooked traditional pasta and meat dishes and the support of locals was obvious, including take-away service. By Sydney pricing standards the food was very good value and overall we had a very good experience.
5 based on 96 reviews
montÃ© is a modern Australian restaurant in Leichhardt, Sydney Inner West. We combine what we believe is the ultimate menu with the best contemporary dining experience. Our food is the freshest, our atmosphere is relaxed and there is an extensive range of
Light & Modern French Fine Dining, yet with BYO.Could be described as Modern Australian with French influences or Lighter French Cuisine. Quality rather than quantity; starting from the initial bread with lovely olive oil and balsamic vinegar dipping sauce, progressing to the ceviche king fish entre & twice cooked pork belly with well balanced accompanying sauce and salad.My partners scallop entre and duck main were also very good.The restaurant has a lovely relaxed dÃ©cor, with tables not too close together allowing easy conversation without having to raise ones voice. The wine prices are very reasonable, but if you have a favourite bottle of red at home take it with you as will only cost you $10 corkage.Only minor whinges are that steamed vegetables were string beans only and that waiters were slightly on the under attentive side.
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