➤ Surry Hills, 118 Devonshire St, Surry Hills, Sydney, 2010
Cafes • Healthy Food • Modern Australian • coffee • restaurants
Just dropped in for a quick coffee whilst I was in Surry Hills. Very friendly staff and cool mural painted by some famous Mexican hip hop guy apparently! Very good coffee and from what I could see lots of colourful lunch dishes being consumed! The specials board included such healthy options as Smoked Ocean Trout salad, Barramundi salad, Roasted Vegan salad and Prawn Risotto. The list of specialty teas and cold pressed juices is also quite impressive! Look forward to coming back to eat!
➤ Surry Hills, 616 Bourke St, Sydney, 2010
Cafes • japanese • Fusion
Delicacy and care is infused in every aspect of this jewel in Surry Hills. From their Japanese fusion creations to their plates to their warm and friendly service, this café deserves that this cafe emerges my 5-star beatings. 5x ⭐️ ???????????
➤ Surry Hills, 1/500 Cleveland St, Surry Hills, Sydney 2010.
turkish • Fast Food • Pizza • mideastern • mediterranean
Poked past your popular $ 2.50 Turkish bread with a Homus bath and was very happy with my visit! Came at 15.30 and discovered that the Turkish bread was sold out, but they offered to heat a pide with the Homus Dip. The portion of bread is big and tasted for $ 2.50 and smelled absolutely delicious! Will definitely come back to buy your Turkish bread.
➤ Shop 1a 4/14 Buckingham Street (Corner of Rutland), Surry Hills, 2010, Australia
Cafes • Modern Australian • Breakfast & Brunch • Coffee shop
We order 2 food. 1 With truffles and food is good, but truffles are not too much, compares with another cafe. But if you did not want to eat truffles, your food is good.
➤ 1/222 Riley Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney, NSW, 2010, Surry Hills, Australia
Fine Dining • Fusion • japanese • Asian • international • australian • asianfusion • Full • Accepts American Express
Raita Noda, the ex-chef in the Ocean Room (the best Japanese food I've ever had, now, I knew that this place would be just as good if not better. With a price of 200 dollars per capita, maximum Seating of 8 guests, this little place certainly had that the small town had high expectations. Grief Grief The place itself is very cozy and intimate. Imagine a teenager, small hotel bar, which only suits 8 people sitting along the bar. As soon as 8 people sit, there are more difficult, every room. Only enough space behind the chairs to sneak for a toilet break. And boy, because they need them for 10 courses, is a loooong night. Grief Grief Raita Noda is the chef together with his son to help. They introduce themselves and explain how the night works. There is no such a menu because the courses are created with the freshest products that you buy daily from the markets. The minimum expenditure is 200 US dollars per person, ie $ 150 for the Omakase tasting, and the rest is up to you if you choose wine, beer, sake, etc., we had a bottle of red and a bottle of sake . Grief Grief Each course is then made by a principle in front of you, placed artually on a plate and immediately surfaced on the bar. Every dish was amazingly in itself. Raita Noda has definitely published creativity if you think about how to wear these dishes. Turn ordinary things in theatrical essers. Loved every sip, every minute. It was worth every dollar.
➤ 330 Crown Street, Surry Hills, 2010, Australia
Dessert Parlour • desserts • restaurants
Bangs with the latest donut time shop in Sydney, Surry Hills. Love it! Tried the life of Mars, yum yum. Friendly staff. Fast service. Tasty donuts. Had could not ask anymore. <br> Grief If you love donuts and sweet things, check my @ hellomissmay account on Instagram :) <br> <br> Grief Food Blog <br> Helloomissmay.com <br> Grief Thank you for stopping and read my reviews. Have a nice day! XM <br> Grief Grief Grief
➤ 48 Albion Street, Surry Hills, 2010, Australia
Casual Dining • American • burgers
Had the Biggie Smälers from a food truck in the night-food markets of Paddys and it was average. <br> The Pattie was good, but for some reason, I did not believe that the sauce really complicated it. <br> It was a bit messy to eat, but unlike the
➤ Centennial Plaza, 300 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, 2010, Australia
Casual Dining • greek • mediterranean • italian • restaurants • coffee
I discovered this cafe/restaurant on the first day of my 2 week visit to Sydney and I have eaten there every day so far. <br> <br> The staff are delightful but the highlight is the food. Ive had the lean lamb salad twice now because it is so delicious. The portions are big as well and $10.50 for a big salad seems like great value to me. <br> <br> They also made a small meat platter for me when I wasn't very hungry and it was perfect. <br> <br> The outside seating supplies shade when needed and has a welcoming feel. <br> <br> I will be back (many times). <br> <br> <br>
➤ 57a Fitzroy Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, NSW, 2010, Australia
Casual Dining • Asian • thai • vietnamese • Fast Food • asianfusion
Went past this Thai restaurant on an evening walk and decided to try it to try it. Although it was not busy and we were the only customer at that time, but they have been busy to take the commands as the meal delivery service runners who are coming again and again after another, quite not we ordered the massaman curry with the slow cooked beef and grilled salmon with chili paste and basil. They were both delicious and we were so satisfied. The slow-boiled beef curry was so tender and rich. Love the crispy peanuts and the light sweetness in the curry. The grilled salmon also comes with crispy skin that we love. When we had completed our meal, other customers came to the restaurant. We will definitely be there again when we have a chance in the neighborhood.