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Restaurants in Balmain, Sydney

 Restaurants in Balmain, Sydney

Famed for its boho vibe, buzzing cafe culture and rows of quaint, timber-clad cottages, Sydney's Balmain district boasts restaurants that are sure to delight the most discerning of foodies. The street, Darling Street, is home to a lively weekly flea market and quirky boutiques, and it's here also that you'll find many of the most popular eateries, with mouth-watering European, Latin American, Middle Eastern, Modern Australian and Japanese cuisines all up for grabs. Just check out Quandoo to reserve a table.

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Phamous Kitchen

Balmain
Vietnamese$$$$
5.3/632

Claire's Gallery

Balmain
Japanese$$$$
5.1/618

Marina Lunga

Balmain
Italian
4.9/621
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Cantina Bar

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5.5/62

Pho Xpress Foodhouse

Balmain
Vietnamese$$$$
5.5/62

Shenkin Balmain

Balmain
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.0/62

Miscela Cafe

Balmain
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5.0/61
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Balmain
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Kazbah – Balmain

Balmain
Middle Eastern$$$$
5.5/6154

Alegrias Spanish Tapas

Balmain
Spanish$$$$
5.4/67

Sir William Wallace

Balmain
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6.0/61

Indian Palace

Balmain
Australian

The London Hotel Balmain

Balmain
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    Exploring Sydney's Balmain restaurants

    Among the restaurants in the Sydney suburb of Balmain, there are several authentic Vietnamese venues. At Phamous Kitchen, for example, you can tuck into street food-inspired starters such as coconut pancakes and pho soup as well as refreshing yellow fin tuna and green papaya salads. Should your tastes run to Italian cooking, places like Marina Lunga rustle up lavishly topped gourmet pizzas and heart-warming pasta dishes such as prawn and avocado fettuccine. Meanwhile, the Kazbah is just one of the establishments where you'll find an array of Lebanese, Turkish and Moroccan dishes: how about camel kebabs for something really exotic?