European Restaurants Sydney
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Sydney has some of the best European dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best European Restaurants in Sydney.
Located in a renovated 100 year old corner butcher shop in Chippendale, with its original unique tile work & low fuss service, it is european, professional & home over the years for many students & locals. Café Giulia is as popular for its coffee, warm ambience & the comfort of its breakfast menu as it is for the diversity & freshness of its lunches & fresh juices.
Foveaux Restaurant & Bar
At Foveaux you will find an eclectic mix of flavours and textures in our progressive Modern European menu. We focus on the unconventional, the unusual, forgoing trends and fads we lead the pack with creations that push your culinary boundaries. There are artificial boundaries that constrict us and prevent us from discovering. Why is squid ink going with lamb and tofu? What is Tommy Roughie? At Foveaux we want to guide through a dining experience that you will never forget.
Bentley Restaurant & Bar
Having opened in 2006 the restaurant is known for the contemporary food, award winning wine list and relaxed atmosphere. Drawing influence from Modern European cuisine, the menu offers patrons many drinking and dining options whether it be our signature and eight course tasting menu in the dining room or a casual glass of wine and some snacks in the bar. The Bentley is open from Tuesday to Saturday Lunch and Dinner with bookings recommended.
Grecian Blue Cafe Restaurant
Greek European Restaurant in Mosman, Grecian Blue, has been attracting diners with its friendly service for just over seven years. Situated at the quiet end of Military Road, the restaurant has a wonderful Mediterranean feeling with alfresco dining available whenever the weather suits. Owner and chef, Dimitri Tsolis celebrates the food of his homeland with authentic Greek dishes of meat and fish along with tantalising daily specials. Home made mezzes, pasta, risottos and all prepared to order. The restaurant offers smart, casual dining in a relaxed atmosphere. Dinner Monday to Saturday from 6pm. Sundays are available for private functions from 25-50 people. If you're looking to organise a special occasion lunch or dinner, call Dimitri 0412 064 225 to discuss either a casual Mezze or a formal set menu. Fully Licensed and BYO. Lunch by special arrangement. The blackboard menu of customer favourites is constantly changing and with a couple of day’s notice, we can put your particular favourite on the menu – just call us with your request. Ample off-street parking available.
Ash St Cellar
A modern European-style bistro, Ash St. Cellar and wine bar is intimately tucked away behind ivy. Classic café chairs, warm wooden décor and Parisian ‘plein aire’ seating creates an ideal hideaway from the hustle and bustle of Sydney’s CBD. Head chef Alfie Spina creates stylish European tapas with French, Italian and Spanish influences to compliment the fabulous array of wines. The charcuterie starters are a favourite, but leave room for Alfie’s tart of the day. Franck Moreau, Merivale’s award-winning Master Sommelier, presides over a world-class wine list that doesn’t disappoint. Now also open for breakfast daily from 8am weekdays.
Rossini Restaurant & Cafe
You’ll find Rossini at the Quay in the buzzing location of Circular Quay — with breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour. Named after composer Gioachino Rossini, the restaurant’s vibrant atmosphere and tempting menu has made it a renowned eating place for over 24 years. When it opened in 1988, the aim was to introduce typically Italian cuisine where food, drink and good company mix with ease and affordability and to bring diverse, exciting tastes of Italian and European food for Australians to discover. Rossini at the Quay is designed for all the zing and variety of day and nightlife at Circular Quay. So whether you're looking for a quick coffee or glass of wine before catching the ferry, a meeting point for a snack with friends or a three-course meal before the opera — Rossini Cafe/Bar/Restaurant is the place to be.