Find out what Australian restaurants to try in Annandale. Annandale is a census-designated place in Fairfax County, Virginia. The population of the CDP was 41,008 as of the 2010 United States Census.
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4 based on 129 reviews
This little cafe in Norton Street is great value for money. We visited for an early dinner with our dog and were well looked after on an outside footpath table. The waiter was most obliging in ensuring they could cater for food intolerances and he made us feel very welcome. The meals were not complicated and expertly prepared. It was a treat on a week night when we didn't feel like cooking and on the whole a positive experience.
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.
4 based on 176 reviews
Although I don't go as often as I wish, every visit to revolver leaves me satisfied. A small cafe with a great setting in the middle of a suburban setting, the menu always has classic and more adventurous options for breakfast or brunch. If you plan to come, be prepared to wait, as this popular cafe is packed most of the times - but the food is worth the wait. Highly recommended!
4 based on 423 reviews
Beneath a multitude of pendent lights creating an intimate atmosphere, LuMi Dining comes to life under the guidance of Federico Zanellato. A casual fine dining experience coupled with a modern European bar. LuMi Dining invite you to explore ingredients, t
Very much looking forward to this after doing some research. Did the degustation menu which is good value at $155 for Sydney. The first three tasters were porcini crackers, nut tart and egg, porcini and tart were excellent. Next a crab and macadamia dish, very smart. The Aguachile was one of my favorites, tuna and beetroot, amazing presentation, textures and flavors. The meat agnolotti was my least favorite dish, quite oily/greasy. Hapuka was good and the lamb similar but loved the baby turnips as the side. The two desserts were stunning, would rate the White chocolate and sudachi a little ahead of the buffalo. There is value to be found on the wine list. We had a entry level chablis.The chef was on holiday but the kitchen was coping well. Friendly service from staff. The 4/5 rating is because I was a little underwhelmed as a few courses did not live up to my expectation. But certainly very good value for Sydney.
4 based on 237 reviews
Didn't dine here on 26 January but a Wednesday evening late in June when the restaurant put on a special 'Native Australian Dinner' - a four-course meal featuring all native Australian produce plus matching wines for each course courtesy of Lowes wines from Mudgee. The deal was a $100 per head, so not too cheap, but we took a punt and were very happy that we did. It was the one set menu for everyone, and for an appetizer we had a bite-size spanner crab damper roll with bush-tomato jam (plus matching wine), followed by entree bush-spice cured kingfish with finger limes and macadamia. All good but the main course was just sensational, kangaroo loin with davidson plum sauce, greens and saltbush dumplings. It was accompanied by a superb 2015 Zinfandel from Lowes that we later found retailed for $75 a bottle. Should add that the man from Lowes was very generous in his pourings. Dessert was also brilliant: a lemon myrtle burnt alaska washed down with a late harvest Riesling. Couldn't fault the service, either. A great night out, all round.
5 based on 80 reviews
Platform 818 is located on level one inside Mercure Sydney. Breakfast: 6:30am to 10am (Weekdays) 11am (Weekends & Public Holidays). Dinner: 6pm to 10pm daily. The bar is open throughout the day. Experience a modern take on classic Australian dishes made w
Beware of overrated this restaurant, nothing wow ,food was tasteless lack of flavour no seasoning, nice decor but where it's end .Wow, it appears we have really disappointed you to be described âoverrated and worthlessâ and rated 1 star due to the seasoning not being to your liking. We would love the opportunity to speak with you to understand what could have happened to make you so passionately negative aside from the amount of salt and pepper used. This is the last thing we want our valued guests to feel after experiencing Platform 818. I will appreciate it if you can contact me at [email protected] at your convenience to discuss as we cannot come close to matching your user name to any bookings we have had recently.Akshay
4 based on 742 reviews
The Grill Kitchen, Asian Kitchen and Wine Bar represent the idea of a comfortable and social space where not only great food and wine is shared, but also moments and memories. Our objective is to celebrate fresh produce, capturing three senses; smell, tas
What an amazing experience here. My husband and i came for our anniversary and we are so happy we did. The service and food was fantastic. Our host Joyce was fabulous even organizing a special dessert for our anniversary. The food was absolutely delicious and the atmosphere was great. You have views of Cockle Bay and can even watch the chefs cooking the food. I would highly recommend this place.Dear winnie2078,We very much appreciate your comments regarding your visit to The Ternary. It is always a pleasure to receive feedback; we hope your next visit will be as pleasant as the previous one.Kind Regards,Anthony FlowersDirector of Culinary
4 based on 426 reviews
Kitchen closes at 3pm Monday - Friday & 3:30pm on weekends. Social Brew Cafe - something of an oasis of good food and drinks in Pyrmont. Where, letâs face it, the cafe options arenât as abundant as one would like. Which isnât to say weâd just head there o
We came here for a late breakfast after checking the reviews on TripAdvisor and werenât disappointed. It does get very busy and we booked a table which Iâd recommend. We still had to wait a bit on arrival for our table but the staff were very attentive and we were seated pretty quickly. Food was delicious and came out promptly. The juices are great (particularly the option to have them spiked)and taste fresh. Would definitely return!
4 based on 259 reviews
We ate here not long after the restaurant first opened and had a wonderful meal. Had wanted to come back for a long time and finally made it. The food was just as good as we remembered it. Each course was excellent and beautifully served. It is expensive but well worth it.
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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