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Restaurants - Tue 03 Mar

Tuesday night date night doesn't have to be limited to a cut-price movie ticket during  March into Merivale . The mammoth food and drink festival is dedicating Tuesday nights to lovers with a swathe of...

Restaurants - Tue 03 Mar

Celebrating regional harvests each week, on Tuesdays Berta hosts a Sagra dinner - four courses with optional wine - that focus on one key ingredient. It could be anything, onions, olive oil, blood oranges,...

Restaurants - Tue 03 Mar

Every Tuesday Vini hosts a regional dinner - a four-course set menu for $50 that explores the intricacies of Italian regional fare. 

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Kefi Greek Tavern

Kefi Greek Tavern

Souvlaki that’s as good as a holiday makes itself at home in Kingsgrove

Chiosco

Chiosco

An affordable seafood restaurant that does BYO and has water views - no, it's not a myth

ACME

ACME

Bayswater Road lives again thanks to four friends and a few plates of linguine

Billy Kwong

Billy Kwong

Witness the unstoppable power that is chef Kylie Kwong

Kim restaurant

Kim restaurant

Kakawa's David Ralph might be famous for chocolate, but have you tried his Korean food?

Cho Cho San

Cho Cho San

The only tragedy you’re likely to experience is missing out on a seat

Da Orazio

Da Orazio

The casual new pizza and porchetta place could be Terzini's best

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Emma's snack bar

Emma's snack bar

Enmore’s favourite Lebanese joint has loosened the collar and gone snack happy

Madera Kafe

Madera Kafe

Warwick Farm boasts some really excellent Serbian food

Banh Cuon Kim Thanh

Banh Cuon Kim Thanh

Shake up your morning ritual with the northern Vietnamese breakfast of champions

Gyradiko

Gyradiko

Forget about every late night yeeros you’ve ever eaten

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Five star dining

Mr Wong

Mr Wong

Dim sum by day and barbecued meats at night flavour the business end of Bridge Lane

Quay

Quay

Peter Gilmore’s palate and palette know no bounds as he creates food that’s almost too beautiful to ruin with cutlery. Almost.

Sixpenny

Sixpenny

Two hot chefs and a few stolen vegetables have made Stanmore a destination suburb

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