➤ 300 Elizabeth St, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia, Surry Hills
Restaurants • Coffee
bar tosca the best coffee in sydney friendly services the coffee is pure class the table service is 1 st class a great menu affordable all maded fresh daily awesome cheesecakes slices cakes all maded daily not week old like some coffee shop the owners are very welcoming bob and nadia i live in mt pritchard but make the vist to surry hills for bar tosca be early because the word is getting out so busey do yourself a favour vist there soon
➤ 368 Crown St | Modern Chinese Cuisine, Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia
Asian • Chinese • Asian fusion
With kids in tow we booked an early sitting. We were worried going to a potential - non kid friendly venue. However the staff were fantastic and accommodating for our large family. The food was SO good. Even the littlest loved it - especially the milk congee with dragonfruit dessert.
➤ 116 Chalmers St, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia, Surry Hills
Cafes • Vegan • Australian • Vegetarian Friendly • Gluten Free Options • Restaurants • Coffee
Le restaurant en lui même est un super lieu très agréable. L'aménagement est très esthétique (dans la veine "hipster"). La nourriture est également bonne et les quantités sont quelques peu excessives mais si on a faim c'est idéal !Quant au service clients nous l'avons trouvé déplorable. Les serveurs n'étaient pas aimables ou accueillants. Heureusement que le cadre et la nourriture étaient là pour compenser !
➤ 559 Crown Street Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
Cafes • European • French • Vegetarian Friendly • Gluten Free Options • Food
My family and I visited this restaurant purely for dessert and it didn't disappoint. We all ordered sweet crepes (I had the Bananarama) and they were all made fresh and came to us warm and dripping in homemade sauces. We all had a single serve each which was 2 crepes with your chosen toppings and chantilly, but there is an option to order a share plate of crepes to share with 2-3 people which is a great idea. They also have savoury crepes as well as actual French bistro style meals. The restaurant itself is a little dark up the back where we sat which made it seem a little dingy but overall our experience was a good one. I will definitely return with friends and try more of the exciting flavours!
➤ Shop 2a/285A Crown St, Sydney, 2010, Surry Hills, Australia
Casual Dining • Japanese • Sushi • Asian
I'm just going to come directly in the food. Hm ... wait ~ 30min for our first degays of only two oysters (if you think I'm credible to order two; I really wanted 4, but you measure me) then ordered the sushi and sashimi deluxe - sorted Nigiri was delightful, Sashimi was nothing special. Kellner stifled on her game, where the fish came from, but it was somehow cute to see her as they persist and returned and completed. Then we ordered the Spider Rolle - OK, all rolls are hella tiny, which could only feed me. Then we ordered the sea roll, which is only a fancy salmon Avo with grilled salmon up. OK, your roles are fresh AF and would come back to try other things instead. Rice was soft and moist as I like it on my sushi. Because I like Wasabi (how much), my Whasabi thermal value is 3/5. Place for a sweet date or something. Solid effort guys.
➤ 437 Elizabeth St, Sydney, 2010, Surry Hills, Australia
Casual Dining • Thai • Asian
The lunch menu is pretty good! Large portions all for around the $15 mark. I tried the Green Mango & Soft Shell Crab. It comes with Shallots, Onion, Red Chilli, Coriander, Kaffir Lime leaves, Thai mint. The combination of the battered soft shell crab works together well - but if I was going to nitpick, the batter for me was a little overdone on the salty side! All in all a good meal and I would come back - so many great looking dishes from looking around the other tables, and still enjoyed mine! Great friendly service!