Glebe Point Diner

Name:

Glebe Point Diner


Address:

407 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037


Phone:

(02) 9660 2646


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Nestled in the leafy streets of Glebe, Glebe Point Diner has been a local favourite for years. Serving long lunches and delicious dinners, this is a haven for foodies who enjoy the best ingredients served in a relaxed setting. The menu is inspired by seasonal produce and as a result changes regularly, although there are always a few favourites that manage to find their way back. There is a simplicity in the meals, with the chefs avoiding the temptation to over complicate things that allows the ingredients to shine. Similarly the environment and the service is friendly and simple, without the stuffiness that often comes with restaurants of this calibre.

Starters are fresh and delicious with options such as sydney rock oysters; yellowfin tuna carpaccio; and burrata served with oxheart tomatoes, nectarine and basil. In fact, there are so many tasty choices that you may be tempted to skip the mains altogether and enjoy the sharing menu with contains a delectable assortment of treats. But then again, with homely meals such as spring chook with speck and sourdough stuffing; and Rangers Valley Wagyu bavette with agrodulce salsa topped with a fried onion you will want to bring your appetite to make sure you can properly enjoy these too. Make sure you order a few of the sides as well – you can’t go wrong with the handcut chips, and the seasonal vegetables with hoji and lemon bring a delicious additional element to every meal.

For wine buffs, this restaurant is worth a visit too with an impressive list of wines to accompany the beautiful menu. Start a long summer lunch with some champagne and let the day take it’s natural course or leave the decision-making to the experts and enjoy a set menu with matching wines. So whether it is a quiet mid-week meal or a decedent weekend splash, Glebe Point Diner is a place you can be sure to enjoy some truly delicious food and wine amid the din of happy chatter and clinking glasses.