Category Archives: Sydney – Inner West

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Gallery Café, Annandale – Rating: 15/25

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Gallery Café is a spacious establishment stretching to the very end of the building it inhabits with comfortable seating throughout.  Outside tables at the front are limited and there is also seating for the numerous people lining up for the … Continue reading

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Labancz Patisserie, Rozelle – Rating: 18.5/25

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We’re subscribed to Labancz’s Facebook page and have been receiving photo updates of sumptuous looking pastries and hot cross buns.  Today we decide it’s time to visit in person and sink our teeth into some freshly baked treats. The café has … Continue reading

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Naggy’s Café, Glebe – Rating: 16/25

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Naggy’s Café was bustling when we arrived mid-morning.  Staff helped to locate a table quite quickly inside although I received an eye-roll when I asked for a fourth chair.  Aside from the attitude of one young staff member, we found … Continue reading

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Scrambled, Enmore – Rating: 17/25

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If you’re a people-watcher or love interacting with others from all walks of life, Enmore is the place to be.  Situated in the middle of it all is Scrambled – well known for their breakfast quesadilla and green eggs & … Continue reading

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La Grande Bouffe, Rozelle – Rating: 19.5/25 (re-review)

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A return visit to a highly-ranking café on the SoS charts!  La Grande Bouffe has proven itself to be a French-based breakfast, lunch and dinner destination but it’s always good to revisit to ensure our reviews are reliable.  See the … Continue reading

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STORE Espresso, Camperdown – Rating: 18/25

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If you want to go on a picnic but can’t be bothered organising the food, drinks and blanket, look no further than STORE Espresso.  It’s located next to Camperdown Park, just off Parramatta Road in Sydney’s inner west.  If picnicing … Continue reading

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Revolver, Annandale – Rating: 18/25

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Revolver is a hive of activity when we arrive on Saturday morning.  Lucky for us a group are just leaving so we snap up a table inside.  A range of mouth watering treats are on display as we walk in. … Continue reading

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White Rabbit Gallery and Tea House – Rating: 20/25

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The White Rabbit Gallery is hidden in the back streets of Chippendale.  It houses an impressive range of modern Chinese art (post 2000) with exhibitions changing regularly.  The building itself is a stunning example of modern architecture stunning and entices you inside. … Continue reading

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The Kick Inside, Erskineville – Rating: 18.5/25

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Note, The Kick Inside has now closed and has been replaced by Fleetwood Macchiato. The Kick Inside feels more like a home than a café.  Walking into the bustling establishment, we were greeted warmly and offered a seat on the … Continue reading

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Belljar Café – Rating: 19.5/25 (re-review)

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Belljar is now six months old and making parents Sam and Angela proud.  The café is just as charming, possibly more colourful and offers a larger selection of items on the menu compared to when we visited earlier this year.  They now … Continue reading

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Orange Peel Café, Balmain – Rating: 13.5/25

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Orange Peel Café sits on a sun-drenched corner of suburban Balmain backstreets.  You’d think this would make for a quiet location but not only were seats hard to find but there was also a lot of traffic that disrupted conversation.  We … Continue reading

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Blackwattle Café, Glebe – Rating: 18.5/25

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If you like good views, great food and adorable dogs, this is the café for you!  Blackwattle Bay café sits on the water’s edge in Glebe, across the bay from the ANZAC Bridge.  It is still a relatively new addition … Continue reading

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Luxe Bakery Café, Newtown – Rating: 14/25

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Situated just off busy King Street in Newtown, Luxe Bakery and café has taken up residence in an old house.  The interior is quite spacious and airy – the skylights and high ceiling gives it a nice open feel.  The … Continue reading

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Belljar Café, Newtown – Rating: 18.5/25

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Belljar café was born on December 18, 2010 to attentive parents Angela and Sam.  They chose a residential site in southern Newtown in order to create a “hidden gem” for locals.  The café is small and looks like a funked … Continue reading

Clipper Café, Glebe – Rating: 18.5/25

Clipper Café

Clipper Café is a popular spot on Glebe Point Road.  The awnings outside are cute and the décor is cool.  The day we visited it was very busy, noisy and warm.  There weren’t any tables available when we arrived but after a short wait we were ushered inside.  There is an interesting range of choices available on the menu.  Some that grabbed our attention included the toasted panini with King Island brie, prosciutto and mushrooms and the beetroot with Yarra Valley goat’s cheese, cucumber, cherry tomatoes and sherry vinaigrette.

Latte

Our guest ordered a large latte ($3.50, small $3). It was a standard coffee with nothing memorable about it.

Home made iced tea

We also ordered a home made iced tea ($4.50). It is a refreshing twist to the standard cup of tea for the summer months.  It contains  black tea, lemon and ice however most of the ice had melted by the time it arrived.  More ice and lemon would have made for a much more refreshing drink however it’s nice to see something different on the menu and we would happily order more.

Delight fruit juice (pear and kiwi)

Clipper has a variety of freshly squeezed fruit juice mixes.  They are all $5 and include delicious sounding combinations such as Detox (apple, orange, carrot and ginger) and Refresh (watermelon, ginger and lemon).  Dane chose the Delight which was an extremely tasty mix of pear and kiwi.  Some more kiwi would have been nice as it was a bit hard to pin down its flavour.

Fruit salad

As you can see from the photo above, we received a generous and varied serving of fresh fruit salad with yoghurt and honey ($11). Although quite expensive, the fruit was fresh, ripe and well presented.  We particularly liked the thin slices of pear which were soft when you bit into them.  There was also a thin drizzling of honey over the fruit which added an extra layer of sweetness.  If you prefer to add you own honey or yoghurt, order it on the side.

Free range poached eggs served on organic Italian ciabatta with Italian prosciutto, tomato relish, roasted tomato and pecorino cheese

There are two versions of the poached eggs on ciabatta ($12 each).  The one we didn’t try is a vegetarian dish with roasted mushrooms, pesto and pecorino cheese.  The prosciutto version that Dane tried tasted amazing.  This is such a simple and obvious combination of great flavours – how could we have not tried this ourselves or seen it elsewhere?  The cheese and prosciutto work very well together and the eggs had been prepared just right, the yolk delightfully soft and runny.

Clipper baked eggs with lamb sausages

Our guest was not impressed by the Clipper baked eggs with lamb sausages ($11).  The tomato was overwhelming and the the ingredients were not in the ideal proportions.  The bread was adequate but not fresh and delicious as you would expect from a trendy cafe in Sydney’s inner west.  You can also order the baked eggs with roasted mushrooms or Italian chorizo, all the same price.

Clipper Café

On Saturday mornings Glebe Point Road is bustling with shoppers from the markets and people looking for a good feed.  We recommend a stop off at Clipper first them wandering around the markets for a bargain.  In the summer bring your swimming costume for a swim at the Victoria Park Pool.  It is an outdoor pool that caters for all the family.  If you would prefer to avoid the heat, Broadway shopping centre just off Glebe Point Road houses a cinema complex, bookstores and green grocer.

Taste: StarStarStarStar
PresentationStarStarStarStar
Service: StarStarStar
Atmosphere: StarStarStar
Value: StarStarStarStar

Overall Rating: 18.5/25

Phone: 0411 800 063
Address: 16 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, 2037

Payment Options: Cash only

Sonoma Bakery Café, Glebe – Rating: 17/25

Sonoma Bakery Café

Sonoma Bakery Café in Glebe is one of three Sonoma locations.  Baking and supplying fresh bread daily they have each become a hub for locals to enjoy a bite to eat when they go to purchase their baked goods.  It is essentially a do-it-yourself affair with bottles of water, glasses and cutlery available near the door.  Bread, food and drinks are ordered at the counter and then brought to your table.  The interior is simple with a handful of tables.  The focus here is on food, in particular the range of breads.  Mostly priced at $6 or $7 the range is huge including wholemeal smelt sourdough, Jamut sourdough, seeded rye sourdough, fruit spelt, walnut & raisin, country white, soy & linseed, olive, wholemeal polenta and more!

Hot chocolate

The hot chocolate ($3 for regular) was smaller than we expected so we should have ordered the large for an extra 50 cents.  It tasted good but it was warm rather than piping hot and wasn’t particular creamy.  It’s always nice to visit a café and be surprised by something new but there was nothing extraordinary about this drink.

Soy latte

The soy latte ($3) had been brewed very well.  Tasty breads and coffee… things were starting to look good!

Ham breakfast roll

The above shot is a bit misleading as there was more to the ham breakfast roll (approx $8?) than it looks.  Beneath the slightly melted Gruyère, ham and rocket was a sweetened tomato and onion relish with a slightly flattened poached egg.  The roll was premade but this didn’t detract from the flavour.  The bread as to be expected was of phenomenal quality.  Soft and thick but quite fluffy, it provided flavour rather than simply serving as something to hold the fillings.

Avocado, lemon, sea salt and olive oil on toast

The avocado, lemon, sea salt and olive oil on toast ($7) kept the fantastic quality going of not only the bread itself but the toppings and other ingredients that compliment it.  Everything was fresh and well presented too which made up for the silent, morose waiter who seemed eager to drop our plates and escape.

Pain au chocolat

The pain au chocalat shows that Sonoma knows more than just bread.  This item had more than the usual paltry amount of chocolate and the pastry itself literally melted in our mouths.

Almond pastry

This pastry contained a sweet almond cream inside which may be too rich for one person but is perfect to share.

Glebe Park

As you can tell, bread is the obvious star at Sonoma.  Other than the surly waiter, we found it hard to fault as it delivers what is expected.  The dishes are simple and in some cases premade but of such good quality that you’ll find yourself one of the many returning customers.  If you visit the Glebe café, ask for takeaway and enjoy your coffees, bread and pastries on the grass of Glebe Park just across the road.

Taste: StarStarStar
PresentationStarStarStar
Service: StarStar
Atmosphere: StarStarStarStar
Value: StarStarStarStar

Overall Rating: 17/25

Website: http://www.sonoma.com.au/
Phone: 9660 2116
Address: 215 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, 2037

Payment Options: Credit cards, EFTPOS, cash

Kazbah, Balmain – Rating: 20/25

Kazbah

The breakfast banquet at Kazbah came highly recommended from a few friends so we had to give it a try.  The venue is so popular that you’ll have to book weeks in advance for a reasonable weekend sitting.  We called one week prior and managed to squeeze in a time-limited booking at 1pm.  Kazbah was packed when we arrived and we had to wait 15 minutes or so for our table to become available.  When we sat down the noise from other patrons was almost unbearable and we could hardly hear each other.  We were happy to deal with the noise once we read the mouth watering items on the menu.  It contains a mix of Middle Eastern and North African dishes which differentiate Kazbah from many other cafés in the area.  Unfortunately we only ended up with a party of 4 so alas no breakfast banquet, however the meals were still pretty impressive.

Peppermint tea

Our guest Theo tried the Moroccan mint tea ($4). Also available as are herbals: peppermint, chamomile, sencha, carcade (Egyptian Hibiscus).   Our guest found the tea rather disappointing and not at all as refreshing as he’d hoped.  The glass was unique and interesting.  At least it was nice to look at.  Kazbah also offers a range of the regular teas: English breakfast, Earl Grey, Darjeeling ($3.80).

Freshly squeezed watermelon and ginger

The freshly squeezed juice of the day ($6.50) was watermelon and ginger which was very strong due to too much of the latter.  We didn’t find the mix to be a successful one.

Turkish coffee

April tried the Turkish coffee ($4) which was so thick she had to chew it slightly.  We were told that the secret is to bring it to a gentle boil 3 times before serving it.  It was sweet from the sugar but also retained some bitterness from the coffee.  There was no milk to be seen and it was served in the most intriguing coffee pot.

Kazbah also serve the usual coffee fair for around $3.80 each.

Fried eggs with bacon and potato hash

Our guest Vijay tried the well presented fried eggs with Turkish toast ($12) and bacon and potato hash ($3.90 each). The bacon and eggs were cooked perfectly and were a good serving size.  The pot hash we found to be firmer and denser than we imagined but they had a delicious and crunchy casing.

Breakfast Mezze

The breakfast Mezze ($17) hommos, labne, olives, kasseri, fresh tomato, mint, dukkah, Za’atar (mixed spices) and Lebanese bread was a dazzling sight.  Presented beautifully with the Lebanese bread rolled in the centre and fresh mint and tomatoes, it was a nice change from bacon and eggs.  The salty flavours are great after a big night out and the labne and hummus were smooth and fresh.  We felt transported away to another time and place.

Lamb mince breakfast tagine

Our guest Theo tried one of two breakfast tagines ($18.50) lamb mince, sucuk, spinach, roast capsicum, roast tomato, caremalised onion, feta, eggs, Turkish toast, Lebanese bread.

His comments:

The best thing about Kazbah, is that they don’t just do Moroccan variations on familiar brunch themes, but fully-fledged Moroccan dishes with a hint of what you’re used to mixed in, just to reverse the entire experience and give you an entry to Moroccan cuisine that perhaps you haven’t had yet.  That’s the beauty of their breakfast tajines, served in the clay bowl with the typical conical lid, which keeps the whole dish cooking in its own little private oven. The lamb mince tajine is intensely flavoursome and warming; the main ingredients (tomato, onions, red capsicum and of course lamb mince) are soaked through with gentle aromatic spices, and on top are two eggs, poached just by being cracked into the stew.  It’s a neat way to switch your priorities.  The lamb has absorbed so many other strong flavours that when you taste it with the eggs it works just as well as bacon, but the longer you stay with the dish, you realise it’s something else entirely.  It’s exactly the kind of persistent, subtle combination of tang and tenderness that you find in all kinds of Moroccan cooking, and the eggs are only a small feature.  This can be a pleasant surprise both for those who haven’t sampled Moroccan cuisine – it only gets better from here – and for those who are used to it, who may well be amazed that the tajine could be such a refreshing idea at brunch.

Scrambled eggs

Dane ordered the scrambled eggs with Turkish toast ($12) and chose some of the very large selection of sides to accompany it.  The eggs had been prepared extremely well – neither too dry nor uncooked.  They held their consistency very well and served as a great base to…

Lamb Merguez, pork belly shish kebab, labne and onion marmalade

Clockwise from top-left: lamb Merguez, pork belly shish kebab, labne and onion marmalade ($3.90 each except for pork belly: $5.50).  The lamb sausages tasted fantastic.  They were quite dry but this suited the consistency of the lamb and the flavours of the herbs.  The pork belly did not seem to have anything added to it.  There were three pieces on the skewer, all very thick and with a lot of sweet meat.  The labne has been a favourite food of Dane’s since trying it at Foureightfive and combined very well in small amounts with the eggs.  The onion marmalade was the champion side dish of the lot – it was quite sweet and turned anything it was combined with into a new flavour treat.  We would definitely recommend the above combination of sides with your eggs.  The kebab was ordered more just to experience a different flavour…

This actually turned into a theme for the morning: the amazing abundance of new flavours that we all experienced.  It’s fantastic to have such a unique establishment with so many dishes that are different to what one would normally experience.  For this, we’d like to add an extra star this week.
Balmain is always bustling on the weekends.  Line up along Darling Street for one of Adriano Zumbo’s sweet creations or stop by the flower stall for a colourful treat.  We recommend the Balmain and Rozelle markets, the latter if you’re a treasure seeker or bargain hunter.  Don’t expect to have too much energy after a big breakfast at Kazbah.  We recommend taking it easy for an hour or two at least.

Taste: StarStarStarStar
PresentationStarStarStarStarStar
Service: StarStarStar
Atmosphere: StarStarStar
Value: StarStarStar

Overall Rating: 20/25 (one extra star added for uniqueness)

Website: http://www.kazbah.com.au
Phone: 9555 7067
Address: 379 Darling Street, Balmain, 2041

Payment Options: Credit cards, EFTPOS, cash

Deus Café, Camperdown – Rating : 16/25

Deus Café

Deus Café

Deus café on Parramatta Road, Camperdown looks hardcore.  Rows of motorcycles line the side of the building and leather clad men and women stride inside.  While it helps to be a motorcycle enthusiast to shop at the store, the café next door is for everyone.  The interior of the café is like a diner.  Orders are taken at the counter and then you’re welcome to relax at large communal tables.  There’s plenty to look at – display motorcycles are parked around the place, works of art hang from ceiling to floor and the plasma television shows black and white movies.  Usually we detest televisions in cafés and restaurants however if they’re playing excellent films then we’ll cut them some slack.

Skim cappuccino

Skim cappuccino

We order a skim cappuccino (price rubbed off blackboard).  It satisfies our craving for coffee and as usual we want more.  We also help ourselves to the self service water only to discover that they use disposable paper cups which is disappointing.  We much prefer the environmentally friendly reusable option.

Strawberry milkshake

Strawberry milkshake

The strawberry milkshake ($6.50) has the right consistency and flavours.  Served in the mixer as it should meant there’s a lot of milkshake for the price and they definitely don’t skimp on the ice cream!

Smoked trout and kipfler potato salad

Smoked trout and kipfler potato salad

The smoked trout and kipfler potato salad ($16) is part of the lunch time menu along with three other salads.  Luckily the kitchen allowed us to order a salad seeing as it was already 11:30am.  The potato salad consists of well cooked potatos (they are too often underdone) and a delicious mayonaise.  The smoked trout is deboned but we found four escapes lurking in the depths of the salad.  This is by no way a crime but it lowered our score somewhat.  This is all topped with copious amounts of shaved celeriac and a warm poached egg and hollandaise sauce.  The egg and hollandaise is prepared nicely and blended well with the trout and potatoes as we cut into it.

2 eggs and toast

2 eggs and toast

Deus delivers the classics well.  We ordered two eggs and toast ($8) (scrambled) which comes with plenty of egg, toast and butter.  The bread wasn’t a jaw breaker and the eggs were a nice in between, neither runny nor dry.

Starberry crepes with lemon custard and burnt orange syrup

Strawberry crepes with lemon custard and burnt orange syrup

A must try dish is the Strawberry crepes with lemon custard and burnt orange syrup ($13).  The syrup was the standout which we finished by licking off the plate at the end.  The crepes were soft and delicious however we prefer less custard as it tended to overpower the rest of the flavours.  We’d like to see more crepes on the menu.  They work well as a brunch treat.

Deus Ex shop

Deus Ex shop

Deus is situated away from the busy cafe strips of King Street, Newtown and Glebe Point Road, Glebe.  However this lends the café a certain charm.  It is large inside and can accommodate a crowd without being overwhelming.  It is wheelchair and pram friendly however it doesn’t seem to attract families with little ones.  We also noticed a number of patrons ordering beer with their meals which is perhaps an easier way to ease into Sunday afternoon.  The only downside is the dim lighting.  We hope the café does well enough to expand and offer an outdoor dining experience (as far away from Parramatta Road as possible of course).

After your meal we recommend strolling around the store and admiring the bikes on display.  You’ll soon fall in love with some of them as they are real beauties.

Eggs: Free range

Bread: Nonna’s Bakery

Taste: StarStarStar
PresentationStarStarStar
Service: StarStarStar
Atmosphere: StarStarStar
Value: StarStarStar
Overall Rating: 16/25

Website: http://www.deus.com.au
Phone: 9519 3669
Address: 98-104 Parramatta Road, Camperdown, 2050

Payment Options: Credit cards, EFTPOS, cash

Pub Cha, Annandale Hotel, Annandale – Rating: 19/25

Pub Cha, Annandale Hotel

Pub Cha, Annandale Hotel

And now for something completely different… brunch this Sunday was Pub Cha!  For the uninitiated, pub cha is yum cha at the Annandale Hotel.  For the completely uninitiated, yum cha is a Chinese morning tea which centres around tea and dim sum.  Pub cha then seems like an unusual concept but it works extremely well.  In the handful of times I’ve been there, the only Chinese face I have seen was in the kitchen so it would seem that this is either Sydney’s best kept secret or frowned upon by yum cha purists.  One reason for this could be that the dishes on offer are not only of yum cha origin.  There are also Japanese and Thai/Malay delights on offer.

Pub Cha courtyard

Pub Cha courtyard

Get the image of a dingy bar with yum cha carts peddling around out of your head.  The dingy part is in the Annandale Hotel itself while pub cha gets its own courtyard and bar at the rear with ice cold beer on tap.  The pub cha phenomenon is catching on fast though so booking is absolutely essential.  Despite the sign on the exterior wall, the opening time is now 11am and even though there was only one other table of patrons when we arrived at 11:30am, the entire place was teeming with guests by the time we left.

Yum Cha... with beer!

Yum Cha... with beer!

If you haven’t been before, everything will be explained to you when you arrive.  Briefly, you receive a pen and menu that lists every dish with boxes next to each item.  Simply write the number of plates you want to order.  The number of pieces on each plate is also included so you know how many you’ll receive.  There is also a photo of each dish on the wall.  Drinks can be ordered from the bar and the entire bill is settled after the meal.  You will find green tea at your table almost as soon as you sit and sauces (soy, sweet chilli, chilli and plum) can be gathered by you from the counter in the corner or fetched by your waiter.

I would suggest ordering small amounts (3-4 plates) at first and then more later if you’re still hungry.  Once the steam baskets start to arrive, they come very quickly so soon you’ll be bombarded with more food at once than you know what to do with.

BBQ pork bun

BBQ pork bun

A yum cha staple and one of the favourites, the BBQ pork bun ($3).  The bun itself was fluffy and light while there was plenty of pork inside.  The pork is slow cooked in a mixture of oyster and hoi sin sauces amongst other ingredients and is actually quite sweet.  Our first round of food included nine of these (for eight people) and they were enjoyed by all.

Tofu and vegetable satay

Tofu and vegetable satay

I did not take note of the name of the above tofu and vegetable satay dish but the sauce itself was fantastic – thick and peanutty on top, thinner below to dip the vegetables in.  The vegetables were fresh and well cooked.  Too much heat and they would have lost their colour and flavour but everything was still crunchy.

Chicken curry puff

Chicken curry puff

One of our first signs that this is not all traditionally Chinese is the arrival of the chicken curry puffs ($5.50) (vegetarian also available ($4.50)).  They were deliciously crunchy with a creamy chicken curry inside very similar in flavour to the Thai restaurant curry puffs we’re all used to.

Chicken satay

Chicken satay

The chicken satay ($5 for 3) was always going to be popular at our table.  They tasted better than we could have imagined with tender marinated chicken covered in the same thick satay sauce as the vegetable dish above.  This was another crowd pleaser.

Salt and pepper calamari

Salt and pepper calamari

As we started to realise our eyes may have been too big for our stomachs, the steam baskets kept arriving!  The salt and pepper calamari ($7.50) was simply fantastic especially when combined with the sweet chilli sauce.  The salt and pepper flavours were both strong but not overpowering.

BBQ beef

BBQ beef

The BBQ beef ($7.50) was easily the most popular dish at the table.  Tender and cooked medium, it was served with a chilli sauce that wasn’t as dangerous as we thought packing more flavour than heat.  The serving was also very generous – many a pair of chopsticks was dipped into the basket before it was finished.

Prawn har gaeu

Prawn har gaeu

The prawn har gaeu ($7.00) was not to everyones’ taste but I thought they were fantastic.  The prawn inside had been spiced and with a touch of hot chilli and soy sauce poured on top this dumpling tasted great.

Pork comibnation dumpling

Pork comibnation dumpling

The mind boggles as to what the ‘combination’ in the pork combination dumpling ($7) actually is.  We hoped it was in reference to the combination of pork and spices which by the way tasted great.  The dumplings themselves seemed expertly made  and were a fitting finale to our meal.

The service was good during our visit but staff did start to become understandably flustered when the heavens opened and halved the number of available tables.  The drinks and their prices were not reviewed this week because of the sheer amount of food to review and the fact that the beer, wine and soft drinks at pub prices don’t need to be critiqued.  After our meals we enjoyed hot chocolates but coffee and Paddle Pops ($2) are also available.  For something a bit unusual, pub cha is a must-try event.  Even if you don’t enjoy yum cha, you’re likely to find something you will enjoy here.

Taste: StarStarStar
PresentationStarStarStar
Service: StarStarStar
Atmosphere: StarStarStarStarStar
Value: StarStarStarStar

Overall Rating: 19/25

Website: http://www.annandalehotel.com/anh/content.asp?id=143
Phone: 9565 2334
Address: 17 Parramatta Road, Annandale, 2038

Payment Options: Credit cards, EFTPOS, cash