Australians love beer, and if you are attending a Belgian café or restaurant in Sydney, you should expect this to be a prominent part of the menu. You will have countless beers from different parts of Europe and the world to try, and sometimes it seems the real cultural attraction is providing for the Aussie love of beer, not just introducing something from a foreign country.
While you are exploring and trying the many beers on the extensive menu, you can treat yourself to Belgian cuisine, which is usually designed to be relaxed and support the beer-focused pub environment. Many of the dishes are suitable for sharing with friends, picking at while you enjoy a pint, or indulging in, just like the many flavours of beer that you’ll have a choice of.
Belgian restaurants in Sydney are popular with corporate groups and are suitable for gatherings of family or friends, or after-work dinner and drinks sessions between co-workers. The location of the key Belgian restaurants means convenient access to the city or other nightlife areas after your meal, and you’ll have plenty of options to kick off after.
You can enjoy beer and food, Belgian-style at the Heritage Belgian Beer Café which is located at 129-135 Harrington St, The Rocks. You can indulge in their wide variety of mussels, chips and beers to choose from. You can try their desserts, but remember it is easy to keep eating and drinking at a place like this, and the overall cost is never usually cheap. Also try a similar experience at Balmain Belgian Beer Café, located at 82 Darling Street, Balmain.
Heritage Belgian Beer Cafe
135 Harrington Street, The Rocks, Sydney (02 9241 1775)