Take Five: Creo's Top 5 Places To Eat In Sydney
Porteño - Surry Hills
This absolute ripper of a restaurant does the best Argentinian in the city. All the best cuts of meat cooked traditionally over the Asado with an amazing selection of wine and cocktails to match. I can safely say I've tried ninety per cent of the menu and everything is incredible! The rich mahogany décor exerts a vintage feel and almost transports you to a traditional bar in Buenos Aries. Make sure to try the chuleta and the banana Old Fashioned for dessert!
Postcard from Napoli - Oatley
Ok, so I'm being a little biased here because this is my local pizzeria, but they definitely do an amazing pizza. The owners, Dino and Davide, are proud Napolitano's, and their pizzas are of the authentic Neapolitan style. I don't really have a recommendation of the best pizza to get, because they are all really good - and to be fair it's all about the pizza base at this joint - it's light and fluffy - melt in your mouth amazeballs.
GK's Yeeros - Engadine
This no-frills shop is a fair way from the CBD but well worth the travel if you're after a traditional Greek Yeeros. Onion, tomato, chips, pork/or lamb off the souvla - smacked on pita bread with a dollop of homemade tzatziki, simple right? Well not really, because I can never seem to find a place that does it better than GK's. You must try the lemon sauce on whatever you order - it's THAT good!
Sushi Bar Hiro - Beverly Hills
This cute and cosy little sushi bar is based in the St George district of greater Sydney. It is a little hidden gem with a shabby charm and a must if you're after really good, traditional Japanese food. The sashimi is always incredibly fresh, and they do an amazing katsu curry. The place is always buzzing and reasonably priced.
Restaurant Hubert - Sydney
Located in downtown Sydney, this French restaurant gives off speakeasy vibes as soon as you walk in. You go down multiple flights of stairs and arrive in this vintage parlour clad with chesterfield lounges, red leather booths and red velvet curtains. A live jazz trio is playing on the stage in the main room as your sipping on a red from Bordeaux and picking at some garlic-butter escargot. Hopefully, I've painted a decent picture because it really is a treat!
Like music as much as you like food? Catch the trio perform at The Lansdowne Hotel on Thursday 3 December - ticket link below.
Thu 3 December 2020 @ The Lansdowne Hotel, Sydney, NSW