Sydney offers Czech restaurants with authentic Czech food and also dishes that are inspired by surrounding European countries. Expect lots of meat, including beef, chicken and pork. Wild game, goose, duck and rabbit are also popular on Czech menus. Most of the meals are very heavy with strong flavours and are more suited to winter feasts. The dessert menus will also tempt you, and if you are dining at a Czech restaurant in Sydney, expect a contemporary twist to a traditional menu.
The Hungry Czech is a popular Czech restaurant, located on famous Bondi Beach. The local area is a major tourist attraction for Sydney and you’ll find a busy but beautiful beach across the road, and plenty to do and see in the local area. The Hungry Czech features dumplings and goulash on the menu, and you can feast here yourself by visiting the restaurant which is located at 8 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach.
The Doma Bohemian Beer Café is located at 29 Orwell Street, Potts Point. Although this is a more upmarket location, you can still find an affordable and tasty meal at this restaurant. They have a range of important beers to accompany your meal, and the atmosphere is very, very European.
On the north shore of Sydney, you will find the Bazaar Beer Café which functions as a restaurant serving Czech food, a range of other European style foods and traditional pub foods. During the week, the venue also functions as a coffee shop, serving the local corporate workers in this upmarket location. You can find the Bazaar Beer Café at 1 Albany Street, Crows Nest.
Prague Czech Beer restaurant
42 Kellett Street, Potts Point (02 9368 0898)