Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Coogee, Randwick, New South Wales including Cafe de France, La Spiaggia, Moxhe Restaurant, Corner 75 Restaurant, Bondi Trattoria, bibo Wine Bar, Bishop Sessa
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4 based on 266 reviews
Superficially good but just misses. Good lunch venue, could be either a cafe or wine bar, food artistically presented but just missed. The jerusalam artichoke appealed as a small dish but the taste lacked any taste or flavour.The restaurant is closing partly because of the nearby light rail chaos but I'm not sure it was worthy of a repeat visit.
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 379 reviews
Looking down over the iconic Bondi Beach, the Tratt is a true Sydney local. For 32 years this restaurant has served modern Italian food made from the best Australian ingredients and a full bar offering Australian and Italian wines, spirits and liqueurs. U
The Bondi restaurant scene is constantly changing, but the Tratt remains a reliable local favourite. After the most recent facelift itâs cooler and more expensive than before. But the prices are still reasonable, the service is high standard, and the food ranges from good to very good. If in doubt, the pizzas and pasta never disappoint.Thanks for your kind words. We took over the Tratt just over two years ago now and we did give it a little facelift, but we wanted the space to continue being relaxed, but professional and overall welcoming. Somewhere for a fancy date night, somewhere for a bowl of pasta and a glass of wine, somewhere for a breezy breakfast, and many things in between. We make pasta in house now, and the sourdough culture for our pizzas is two years strong now too. We hope we're not too cool though!Thanks again, we look forward to welcoming you again soon at the Tratt.
4 based on 84 reviews
Let me conform at the outset that Hungarian food is acclaimed for its wonderful flavours worldwide, and in the tradition of the classic Hungarian restaurant, the Corner 75 menu has an enormous range of Hungarian and European dishes. For starters you should savour the amazing Goulash soup, the Matzo Dumpling Soup or one of my favourites Lecho with Frankfurters.For the mains you MUST dip into the Paprika Schnitzel (very Hungarian) or my favourite the Gipsy Roast (Lean pork fillets in garlic sauce and crispy bacon). But wait, no Hungarina meal is complete with some very flavoursome sides such as Hungarian Red Cabbage or Cream of Spinach and add to that some really good LÃ¡ngosh (Hungarian Garlic Bread).There is also the ever popular Crispy Duck which my wife loves, or if you like taste the Eye Fillet, the Veal Fillet with Lecho Salsa, or Veal "BrassÃ³i (Pan fried veal strips with garlic, onion, bacon and herbs, tossed with sautÃ©ed potatoes).To top it off, the restaurant is BYO or if you prefer try the wonderful range of pÃ¡linkas; pure fruit brandies imported from countries including Hungary, Croatia, Montenegro and France. The host is Paul Varga who is a native of Hungary with over twenty years experience in Hungarian, Russian, Polish and Modern Australian cuisine. A must visit if you desire authentic Hungarian meals in a warm, casual and friendly environment.
5 based on 82 reviews
Moxhe is a Modern Australian restaurant with a focus on Fresh Seafood. It was started up by partners Helen Diab and David Coumont, and the name comes from David's home village in Belgium. "We love Australian Seafood. The concept of our restaurant is to br
We attended at Moxhe, without a reservation; on a Friday evening. The cheerful staff member accommodated us with a great table. The food was more than delicious. We started with an amuse bouche and then by sharing three different flavours of Sydney rock oysters, then mussels smoked on a bed of lucerne, then squid in a ink jus, with freekah and cucumber, and prawn tortellini. For main we shared sea bream, with pipis, cockles or vongole (depending on where you hail from) and green vegetables. Topped off with banana gelato and chocolate entremet for the dessert lovers. The menu is based around whatever chef has bought at the dayâs market. Not a cheap restaurant but very worthwhile for delicious fresh, carefully considered food. We recommend Moxhe highly,Hi Andrew!Thanks for your kind words, iâll Pass them to the team. Iâm glad you enjoyed your time with us.
4 based on 380 reviews
Consistently Good food & good atmosphere. The before 6.30pm deal Monday to Friday is excellent value. I keep going back when in Sydney so I must think itâs pretty good. Took friends there the other night & they said they will also be back
4 based on 196 reviews
I visited Cafe De France in Coogee with my partner in April 2019 based on a recommendation from a lady who worked in both this cafe and another one on Coogee Bay road. The restaurant is on a back street and there are both seats outside on the street and within the restaurant. Myself and my partner both ordered the Croque-Monsieur, which the restaurant prides itself for being the the best in the world. Unfortunately, we found it to be a little bland and average at best. The waitress was a little turse, too; not very friendly when taking our order or serving us!
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