Olio from Chippendale Opening hours
We are happy to be open for you. Our current opening hours can be found in the table. Never stand in front of closed doors again! Just check in advance if we are still open. Because nothing is worse than looking for a parking space, then walking to the restaurant to find out that the restaurant is not open yet. Just check online if Olio is still open.
Italian food is defiantly a favourite and the menu at Olio is diverse and exciting. Service is appeasing and the waiters very welcoming and present well. The food was delicious. Special note about the prawn ravioli; it's defiantly a dish to order. The only small negative is that I expected a larger serving size for the main for the price point. Still had room for more when I left ????. Would defiantly return.
Olio” means “oil” in Italian, and as we sat down in this impeccably decorated restaurant, we were treated to a bread basket accompanied by Olio’s own homemade olive oil. Situated on Kensington Street, Olio is a beautiful Sicilian fine dining restaurant that offers an array of creative and decadent dishes. Some of the highlights included the 22-hour sous vide wagyu served on truffled mash, and the risone pasta with octopus and bone marrow. It’s hard to describe just how perfectly balanced each dish was, with all the beautiful ingredients singing through with each bite. Each dish was presented beautifully: our entree consisted of wafers served on a cactus leaf to give you an idea of how unique and thoughtful the plating was. The staff were all very attentive and polite, and we were lucky enough to meet the head chef and it was very obvious just how passionate he was about his food. Olio is a must-try if you are looking for a dining experience that is something special, or if you are simply in the area.
2 Broadway, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia, 2008, Chippendale
Asian, bars, restaurants
We stayed at a hotel close to this place, and the pub-type menu was appealing, so we went in, because it looked like good value.For $13 AUD each we got a fisherman platter type with all kinds of seafood and I got the small steak and fries. All of this with Softdrinks (and I think you could have beer instead if you preferred). The tables and chairs are really high up from the floor, I am 1m86 and still could not touch the floor with my feet so imagine my partner at 1m70. This is it though because food was good, the place was rather full for meals so... I says it all. I would go back.
Chippendale, 357 King Street, Newtown, Sydney, NSW
Cafes, Casual Dining, Modern Australian, french, japanese
Latest whole hours Cafe Bar Restaurant runs from some hip scruffy inner West Judes. It seems like they are still unfinished in their new ditch with a few lightweight fittings. We had the bacon and egg Brioche and the triple cheese toastie with fried green tomatoes and peppers. Everything excellent. The best part of the menu was the alcoholic juices after 11 o'clock. The room itself was bitterly peaceful. The doors that open to the Noisy King Street must be closed in these colder months. The service was friendly (they are only guys who run their own cafe).