1309 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Score

7.9
1309 reviews
Recommended
(7.9)
Food
(8.0)
Service
(7.8)
Value for money
(7.3)
Atmosphere
(7.7)

dined on Mon, 10 Jun 2019

(9)
They used to have a better selection of beers, and there food has gone up a bit in price.
Peter Young

dined on Sat, 30 Mar 2019

(9)
The place to go in Sydney for Belgian beers and mussels
Sharon

dined on Wed, 27 Feb 2019

(10)
Must try their mussels with Belgian beer!! Get some bread and indulge with the leftover stock! Yumssss

dined on Tue, 19 Feb 2019

(7)
Quite expensive for what’s offered. I guess you pay for the location ?

dined on Sun, 30 Dec 2018

(4)
it used to be a charming good resraurant but this time lackof staff lot of dirty tables their best beeron tap not available and a different menu from their internet as it didn't feature the dishes we wanted.A truly wasted evening !!!

dined on Sun, 30 Dec 2018

(10)
Great service on a hot day in the rocks. Lovely lunch with our family. Will definitely come again for lunch after spending a morning wandering around the rocks.

dined on Sun, 23 Dec 2018

(9)
Mussels broth perfect this time, last time was a bit strong wine taste. Don’t know why it was that when I booking I couldn’t redeem my Dimmi points .

dined on Mon, 17 Jun 2019

(7)
So happy to see this lovely place again.
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About Belgian Beer Cafe Heritage

Booming Belgian-style brasserie... What was once a Catholic girls' hall is now home to a booming Belgian-style brasserie known as the Heritage Belgian Beer Cafe. Sound odd? It’s not. The soaring ceilings and mahogany panelling make this beer cafe meets restaurant a haven in the heart of the city. Boys - you’ll love the long marble-topped bar, gleaming beer taps and foaming balloon glasses in which each drop is expertly served. There are litres of beer on-tap and plenty of bottled beers too. Match them with an enormous charcuterie platter, carbonade (a beer-braised beef stew) or a black enamel pot of fabulous pinky-orange, freshly steamed mussels - the Belgian national dish. This is a man’s idea of heaven. Best dish: freshly steamed mussels, just $20 every Wednesday for lunch & dinner

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