20 results for Popular This Week
- Bar Food
- Dim Sum
- Eastern European
- Fast Food
- Hot Dogs
- Ice Cream
- Latin American
- Middle Eastern
- Modern Australian
- Native Australian
- Noodle Shop
- Pub Food
- Puerto Rican
- Southern & Soul
- Wine Bar
A cosy little cafe on Avalon's main shopping strip. It is bright and welcoming with artworks displayed inside. It has a beachy while contemporary theme, which fits Avalon's beah culture. It's outside courtyard is full of character, and is a great place to sit back and read a book over coffee.
"Plonk!"….the sound of relaxation Plonk! beach cafe is all about relaxation and simplicity of life…..with good food, good wine and good company in a perfect location. Life doesn’t get much better than that! Our modern restaurant has full open access to the beach and overlooks the marina complete with luxury boats. Plonk! the kids in the sand and watch them play on the pristine clean beach, whilst you relax and finish your meal or have that hot coffee! You'll never hear the words "I'm bored"…. "are we leaving yet?" Plonk! beach cafe welcomes children and offers a healthy eating choice that tastes good too! Plonk! beach cafe offers relaxed, casual dining for all the family with a style of Modern Australian cuisine. Offering a varied menu, this makes choosing often difficult to decide. Plonk! has an emphasis on a fresh and varied menu using seasonal produce. Plonk! is licensed (no BYO) and offers a selective list of exclusive boutique wine varieties straight from the cellar door, as well as a good choice of popular beers and drinks all reasonably priced. Located at Ferguson's Boatshed marina at The Spit Bridge, Plonk! beach cafe is surrounded by clean waterways, recreational parks and sporting facilities. Ferguson's marina has wheelchair access to all areas of the restaurant, boatshed facilities and marina.
Surry Hills, Sydney
4 Fourteen is the second restaurant run under Colin Fassnidge of 4 in Hand fame and is located in Surry Hills, Sydney. The menu is rich and meaty and features items like the famous Chicken Wing Parfait and Crumbed Pigs Tail served with a Crab and Corn Salad with Avocado Puree. entrance via: 72a Fitzroy St. Surry Hills Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: Lunch from 12noon, Dinner from 6pm Sunday: Lunch 12noon till 6pm
Your local Thai restaurant in Forestville with impressive service and dishes. Thai Garlic has been opened for 12 years. From eat in to takeaway, open 7 days for lunch and dinner with 60 seats inside and outside it is an excellent venue for any group, small or large. BYO is convenient with bottle shop next door.
Mouthwatering Mexican dinner and drinks (Tuesday - Sunday from 5pm). Rustic, homestyle breakfasts, burgers, salads, fresh juices, smoothies and killer coffee (Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 7:30am) Beautiful private courtyard out the back Happy hour 5pm - 6pm every night! Bookings reccomended for dinner - BYO Wine Only...
Dee Why, Sydney
Heaven Spoon is a Thai restaurant located on Dee Why Beach, Sydney and offers delicious Thai meals that are great value. Open Daily Mon-Thu 11.30am - 3pm 5pm - 10pm Fri 11.30am - 3pm 5pm - 11pm Sat 11.30am - 11pm Sun 11.30am - 10pm (Closed on the last Tuesday of the month).
Once you enter The Bathers Pavilion, the first thing you notice is the beachview, which offers an overwhelming background to the clean line of the restaurant and cafe. The proximity of the beach is a constant reminder of the link between a beach pavilion and the reinvented Bathers. While the historic building has now clearly outlived its original purpose, a new life has been breathed into its fabric. It is such a unique experience to sit in the cafe or restaurant and absorb the view and the activities of the beach and the bay, with its ever-present beach goers and boats sailing in the distance. And more than once we have been graced with the presence whales and dolphins in full view of Bathers.
Circular Quay, Sydney
Welcome to Wildfire, Sydneys hottest and most exciting dining experience. With legendary views, a spectacular state-of-the-art kitchen and glamorous, ambient interiors, Wildfire is a complete sensory experience. The quest for Wow The creative force of Wildfire, New Zealand restaurateur Tonci Farac (Cin Cin Auckland) has created a restaurant with a wow factor all of its own. In a refreshing departure from cool Sydney minimalism, Wildfire features an exciting design that is sensual, lavish and maximalist on a New York scale. Taking full advantage of its awesome location, and boasting world famous views of Sydney Harbour and the Opera House, Wildfire instantly won best new Sydney restaurant" by Vanity Fair Magazine July 2002 and the coveted Wine List over three consecutive years in 2002, 2003 & 2004 from the Restaurant & Catering Association NSW. Awards 3 Goblet Award, Australian Gourmet Wine 2010 Winner of the Gourmet Traveller WINE Readers’ Choice Award, 2009 Metropolitan Awards for Excellence 2006 Wine List of the Year, Restaurant & Catering Association NSW 2002, 2003, 2004 Award of Excellence, Le Chaine des Rotisseurs, 2003 Finalist Best New Restaurant, Restaurant and Catering NSW Metropolitan Awards for Excellence, 2002 Best New Sydney Restaurant, Vanity Fair Magazine, July 2002 Best Contemporary Australian Restaurant, Restaurant and Catering NSW
Crows Nest, Sydney
"Laissez les bons temps rouler!" is a Cajun expression meaning "Let the good times roll!" It strongly conveys the "joie de vivre" ("joy of living") attitude that is present throughout south Louisiana. In September 1995, Danny and Aline Cross threw open the doors to Crows Nest’s first snowball shop. The set up was basic, but the business thrived. A number of months later, they bought a coffee machine and overnight, New Orleans Old fashioned Snowballs became New Orleans Café. Serving a very basic menu, with a kitchen comprising of one microwave oven for reheating, most of the food was cooked off the premises in Aline’s home kitchen. The food and hospitality offered proved so popular that eventually, they could not keep up with the demand. At this stage, the actual space consisted of a narrow shop with a front entrance and not much dining space. It continued to grow and that’s when expansion began. Bit-by-bit, the New Orleans Café grew and today occupies not only the original space, but has taken over the whole corner as well. You ain’t seen nothin’ yet. The New Orleans Cafe is a friendly, relaxed, informal, and swinging joint, and is dedicated to providing one thing and one thing only: "The Ultimate New Orleans Experience". Our location is perfect, in a bustling trendy village, on a magic corner. Our atmosphere is unique in Sydney. The only thing modern or slick about the place is the technology we use to help us serve our guests. But the aesthetic has a rustic rambling appeal based around New Orleans Memorabilia. It is full of atmosphere and allows people to feel comfortable. With it's timber finishes, concertina doors and alfresco dinning. What the New Orleans cooks on the menu, it does right. There are always some great Creole-Cajun dishes available, as well as classics such as burgers, ribs, soups and salads. The Cafe also does brilliant cocktails, mixed drinks, and makes one damn fine cup of coffee.
Darling Harbour, Sydney
Specialising in steaks you’ll leave home or work for… Australia now has three restaurants - Darling Harbour and Parramatta (Sydney) and the Southbank (Melbourne) - serving the tastiest and most succulent ribs and steaks available, complemented by the finest selection of wines. A towering staircase of wine that leads to an intimate private dining room and which showcases an impressive selection of over 3000 bottles of wine is the signature feature of this vibrant restaurant. And with its expansive windows that offer sweeping water views over Cockle Bay, Darling Harbour, The Meat & Wine Co has set new standards in harbourside dining. With close proximity to the Sydney CBD, The Meat & Wine Co Darling Harbour is well positioned to be your steakhouse restaurant of choice. It is a perfect venue for a host of dining options whether it is just for casual dining, or for hosting a business dinner or corporate event in one of the sumptuous private dining rooms.
Becasse restaurant was established in November 2001 in its former Albion Street, Surry Hills site by Justin and Georgia North. Becasse Restaurant In July 2005 the Norths relocated to their new elegant space at 204 Clarence Street. In the past four years Becasse has developed and evolved into one of the Sydneys premier dining spaces, with its modern French cuisine and professional, friendly service with one of the cities finest cellars. Justin and Georgias motivation is to continue to evolve their establishment into one of Australias finest restaurants. The driving force behind the menus is the extremely high quality of the ingredients sourced by the kitchen, with strong depth of classic technique, and well seasoned balanced flavour. Mission Statment Becasse Restaurant was opened in November 2001 with the aim of serving great Modern French food and wine at a reasonable price in a comfortable, elegant location. We aim to provide service that is professional, yet still relaxed and friendly. At Becasse our primary objective is to exceed both our customers and our own expectations. We wish not to become stagnant, but to continually evolve and to constantly strive to improve upon what we have already achieved. Justin North Justin North was born in New Zealand in 1975. At the tender age of 15 he left home in Blenheim for Wellington to begin his career in cooking. As an Apprentice, he scooped about every award available, including, in 1994, the much-coveted New Zealand Apprentice Chef of the Year. In 1993, having been a chef for 18 short months he pipped hundreds of others, many much more experienced, to attain the title of Commis Chef of the Nation at the Culinary Olympics. Justins next move was to Sydney to work at Gekko Restaurant in one of the cities top hotels, the Park Lane. He then joined Liam Tomlin and Dietmar Sawyere at the acclaimed Brassiere Cassis as Chef de Partie. A very successful year followed, during which any spare time was spent making the contacts and applications necessary to procure a place in the kitchen of one of Europe’s greatest chefs, Raymond Blanc. Justin’s rise within the huge kitchens of Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons was meteoric. At 22 he was Mr Blancs youngest ever 2nd Sous Chef and voted employee of the year from a staff of almost 200. These heights scaled, the English employment laws necessitated a return to the southern hemisphere. Justin went back via Paris where the love of his profession led him away from the tourist sights and into the kitchens of two of Pariss greatest restaurants, 3 Michelin Starred Pierre Gagnaire and Guy Savoy-a real chefs holiday. Justin then re-joined Liam Tomlin back in Sydney as Sous Chef at Banc Restaurant. During this time, Justin was invited to join a handful of world-renowned chefs at the MasterCard Cape Gourmet Festival in South Africa where he appeared on the Carlton Food Network, along with various cooking classes and demonstrations. In November 2001 Justin left Banc after 2 years to open his own restaurant Becasse in Surry Hills with his wife Georgia North. Georgia North Sydney born, Georgia trained in Sydney under Liam Tomlin and Remy Bencle at the then Wine Banc, from there she moved to Restaurant CBD this followed with the opening of the much celebrated Est. Restaurant within the Establishment Hotel. Georgia then moved on to open Bécasse with her partner Justin North.
The Rocks, Sydney
Located in a heritage listed building in the heart of the Rocks, only a short stroll from Sydney CBD and Circular Quay, The Rocks Teppanyaki combines traditional Japanese cuisine with the freshness of Australian prime produce. The Rocks Teppanyaki has five intimate dining rooms seating from 8 to 18 people; each with a teppanyaki table and your own teppanyaki chef. At The Rocks Teppanyaki we cook in a traditional Japanese teppanyaki style. Watch the chef’s knife and cooking expertise whilst your chosen menu is being skilfully prepared. The Rocks Teppanyaki delivers a sophisticated, elegant and indulgent teppanyaki dining experience. The cocktail bar and lounge is perfect for before or after dinner drinks.
Showing Popular This Week on Out4dinner