201 Verified Diner Reviews

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dined on Fri, 24 May 2019

Excellent restaurant and very tasty high class food.

dined on Sat, 11 May 2019

Great service and loads of great flavours. Some dishes are really small whereas others were a decent size. Well worth it

dined on Tue, 23 Apr 2019

great dishes with strong flavours, definitely worth a visit

dined on Fri, 8 Mar 2019

Love the story here, supporting a good cause. The lunch menu was great, I really enjoyed the pasta. Service was very slow. Arrived at 12.30 entrees at 1.40 due to a busy kitchen. Affordable excellent wine list. I’d come back

dined on Tue, 9 Jul 2019

Loved the gnocchi and vegetarian pie. My meal was beautifully decorated with flowers and tasted delicious. :-)

dined on Tue, 2 Jul 2019

Nice vibe, great food (be prepared to have a FEAST!)

dined on Fri, 28 Jun 2019

The food was exquisite, flawless, and interesting. Two of us had the Chefs 9 course meal (vegetarian) which was a combo of appetizers and entrees. It was more than enough and very tasty. The waitstaff was pleasant and attentive. And then at the end of the meal we found out about the profits being donated to women’s causes. Couldn’t have been any berr
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About The Song Kitchen

Located at the southern end of Hyde Park, Song Kitchen is a stylish cafe, bar and dining room, located in the heart of Sydney's CBD. We are open for early breakfast and coffee 7 days, lunch Tuesday to Friday and dinner Tuesday to Saturday. To suit 'work' or 'pleasure' time frames we offer express lunch, a la carte dinner or shared banquet menus, for groups. The kitchen also offers quality bar food and delicious burgers all day, for those on the go. Our head chef Liz Mason formerly worked in London & Hong Kong and her cooking style is beautifully elegant and simple with punchy Middle Eastern spice, and fresh, detailed Mediterranean flavours. Some of the highlights include roast duck salad with cucumber, barberry, chervil and date; spinach and raisin borani dip; and fried cauliflower with walnut tarator and sumac. “Vegetables too are my great love, fresh garden produce, is really the foundation of my menu at Song Kitchen.” This is exemplified by house made tagliatelle pasta with saffron, stracciatella and nettles; octopus with tomato, oregano and hazelnut; and pan-fried king rainbow trout with chicory, artichoke and olives. The wine list is curated by Sydney sommelier Sophie Otton. The key components focus on artisanal Australian producers, alternative grape varieties, with half the bottle selection comprised of female winemakers or estate owners. This reflects Song Kitchen's credo as a 'profits for purpose' business. Owned by YWCA Australia, all the restaurant proceeds go to supporting victims of domestic violence and other programs for women and children in the community. Good food, for a good cause.

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