8 Austrian Restaurants in Sydney

Sample delicious Austrian food at Sydney's restaurants

The food of Austria might not be as widespread as that of some of the other cuisines popular here, but there are plenty of good reasons to try a meal at one of Sydney's Austrian restaurants. From internationally famous dishes like cordon bleu (ham and melted cheese served as a schnitzel) to roasted pork knuckle served with sauerkraut and potatoes, this meat heavy cuisine is packed with European charm and is guaranteed to leave you feeling full afterwards.

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Eurobay

Brighton-Le-Sands
European
4.9/632
Eurobay

Bondi Cosmo

Bondi
European
5.2/613
Bondi Cosmo
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Das Bierhaus

Mona Vale
Austrian$$$$
Das Bierhaus
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Bishop Sessa

Surry Hills
European$$$$
6.0/61
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Little Jean

Double Bay
European
6.0/61
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The Hyde Restaurant

Potts Point
European$$$$
6.0/61
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Tommy's Beer Cafe

Glebe
European
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Village Grill

Double Bay
European$$$$
Village Grill
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    Indulge in soups at Sydney's Austrian restaurants

    Following centuries of influence from nearby cuisine powerhouses like Germany, Hungary and Italy, many meals from Austria are heavy dishes. But Austrians are also known for their love of light soups, and suppe (as it is known in German) can be enjoyed for lunch or as a starter for dinner, and the Austrian restaurants in Sydney serve it all day long. For some traditional soups, head down to Das Bierhaus on Pittwater Road. Frittatensuppe (a beef broth served with strips of rolled pancake) is on offer here, while griessnockerlsuppe (semolina dumplings, again in a beef broth) is another favourite. There's also a soup of the day which changes regularly, so ask staff to find out more.
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    Enjoy authentic beer at Austrian restaurants in Sydney

    One thing Australians and Austrians have in common is a love of beer, and Sydney's Austrian restaurants certainly make the most of this trend. You can find classic European beers of all varieties on tap at Sydney's Austrian restaurants: if you like dark beer then you can sample a pint of Koestritzer, while Erdinger wheat beer is another popular choice along with Bitburger and Trumer pilsner.
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    Book Sydney's Austrian restaurants to avoid disappointment

    Sydney's Austrian restaurants are few and far between but they're all popular haunts, so if you want to reserve a table and try out everything from schnitzel to fine beer, it's wise to book ahead. With Quandoo as your guide, however, you don't need to worry: you can book Sydney's Austrian restaurants online in seconds, and you can skim through handy information like location information, unbiased user reviews and more before you make your decision. It's never been easier!