If you are ready for a Mediterranean themed meal that includes lots of meat, you might find what you need at one of Sydney’s Argentinean restaurants. In Argentina, the people there love food and eating and social gatherings are a huge part of their culture. Their cuisine features fresh produce, as available in the country and the menus feature lots of beef.
Going out to an Argentinean restaurant in Sydney means you’ll probably be eating meat, prepared in a range of traditional ways, and incorporating a range of traditional flavours. You’ll be impressed by the warm and enticing environment of the restaurant and the incorporation of traditional and family values.
Boca Argentinean Grill is an inner-city Sydney restaurant, conveniently located in the heart of Darlinghurst. You can visit this Argentinean restaurant at 308-310 Liverpool Street, and indulge yourself in their flame-grilled meats and other items on their menu. There are vegetarian options, but this is not a great choice for a place to eat out, if you’re not planning on tasting from the grill.
Gaucho Grill is another Argentinean option for Sydney siders who love their meat and want a great restaurant that offers a grill with steaks. Gaucho Grill is also located in Darlinghurst at 71-73 Stanley Street, and offers a bar and the option of alfresco dining. Both these Argentinean restaurants are easily accessible from the city area, or Sydney’s eastern suburbs. Parking may be a problem, however there is lots of transport, and if you are after a night out, you’ll have the rest of the city to play in, after you finish your meal.
Boca Argentinean Grill
308 - 310 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst (02 9332 3373)
Has a strong Argentinean look and all the famous Argentinean dishes. 358 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills (02 8399 1440)
Shop1, 31 Fitzroy Street, Kirribilli (02 9922 2080)