Discover the best restaurant in Concord, Australia including Abhi's Indian Restaurant, Angelo's on the Bay, Banjo Paterson Cottage Restaurant, Thousand Spices, Chilli Jam, Baan Raun Thai, Pron Prohm Thai Restaurant, La Disfida, Meno Diciotto gelateri, Baywok
4 based on 181 reviews
I ate with a large corporate group (70 people). The food was delicious but the food service was very slow. I don’t think they’re used to handling large groups as some groups had already finished eating while other tables still hadn’t been served. I would like to try eating here again with my family as I’ve heard nothing but good reviews
4 based on 96 reviews
If you are looking for a casually elegant and quiet restaurant with gorgeous views and delicious food, Angelo’s will not disappoint. Set in Prince Edward Park, every table has a view of the parklands and Hen & Chicken Bay which the restaurant overlooks.
Thanks to generous spacing between tables and carpetted floors, it’s possible to have conversation without needing to bellow at your dining companions which is a welcome change from most modern restaurants.
I’m always happy when I can order a cocktail to start the evening and the wine list is good. (You may bring your own but their corkage fee makes it obvious they would prefer you not.) The modern Australian / Italian menu consists of both individual and share-plate options and servings are generous. On my recent visit, the tempura zucchini flowers were a big hit and although quite a polarizing vegetable, I loved my entree of Brussels sprouts with almonds and apple!
There are meat/fish/pasta options for Mains and a small dessert selection. Service is non-intrusive, friendly and efficient. If you are planning a weekend visit, probably best to check there are no functions as the venue is extremely popular for large celebrations.
All in all, it’s easy to understand why Angelo’s has been a local institution for so long.
4.5 based on 201 reviews
Visited for a special occasion,booked in advance.Warm welcome by all staff.Enjoyed the duck risotto,lots of duck in the dish.Szechuan crusted kangaroo was tender and juicy,Wilted Zucchini Flower, King Brown Mushrooms with Asian Glaze was a good compliment to the meat.Loved the dessert,nougat and hazelnut icecream.Also tasted the Peach and mango souffle.Nice generous serve.There was fresh bread coming around so for those who do not choose an entree there a few bread varieties and butter to enjoy.
After the meal we went for a walk around the place and found it very interesting.Nice spot for that group photo.will return for another special treat:-)
4.5 based on 142 reviews
Reasonable quality food but A$24 per head. Moderate amount for the price...samosa to start, main course, naan and rice. Service was ok, but I think the waitress needs to know that you don't put the main dishes on the table by holding the lip of the bowl...because your finger can dip into the food, which it did.
4 based on 67 reviews
Best Thai food I’ve had outside of Thailand.
We went here on NYE and it was perfect. Great atmosphere, amazing food, fast service, and the cocktails were awesome!
It’s also reasonably priced which is great!
Pad See Eiw (beef)
Panang curry (tofu)
Chill Jam sauce (prawn)
The coconut milk cocktail - don’t remember the name
4.5 based on 24 reviews
We were in the neighbourhood for an event and were looking for a place to have dinner. We came across Baan Raun Thai. Arrived at about 6pm on a Friday night and were the first to dine in. We ordered the duck rice paper rolls with peanut sauce as an appetizer. I had the pad thai with crispy pork belly and my partner had a chicken laksa. Across the board, everything was delicious! The duck rice paper rolls were thick and exploding with tasty ingredients. The duck was warm and the peanut sauce tasty. It was delicious. I tried my partner’s laksa and it was coconut creamy. The only downfall was he ordered it mild, but it came spicy. We were in a rush so he didn’t send it back. He still enjoyed it despite the error. His sinuses were definitely cleared up. As for my crispy pork belly pad thai: Delicious and rich. The pork belly portions were generous, surprisingly. The pad thai moist and peanuty. The pork belly skin could’ve been crispier and the blend between the protein and the noodles could’ve been better, but not sure how. Almost felt like I was eating pad thai with pork belly on top, rather than an integrated dish. But I’ll stop being picky, because overall the two components were quite tasty and if I were in the neighbourhood I’d come back. The only other thing to note was the service was slow. I’ve noticed that at this place, it was slower than most Thai restaurants we’ve been to, and we were the only patrons in the restaurant.
4 based on 51 reviews
A Family Thai Restaurant. One of the first Thai Restaurant in Sydney.
we went the restaurant after 5 week, ordered the thai fish cakes.The service is as usual very nice and the food very tasty. They make us a value customer as they make always tasty food. I had awesome food here and made my evening good with delicious food.
4.5 based on 192 reviews
La Disfida is a very popular pizza restaurant. Not sure of the exact reason. Their pizzas are not bad, they are quite good but many people line up outside in order to get in and have pizza! We have been there several times and laso recently. There are different varieties of pizza as well as many other dishes, including pasta. Prices are reasonable, and some tend to be a little on the higher side. The staff are professional and helpful.
4 based on 31 reviews
We love this place - the gelato/ice cream is excellent, prices are reasonable, quality is good, service is fast even when the place is packed and flavours are great. The sour cherry is fabulous - tart but just the right amount of sweet. The rhubarb is also a favourite! There isn't much Seating and it can get very busy. It's perfect for desert after visiting Baywok half a block up the street.
Parking can be tight, but the turnover is quite high so you can usually find something in a few minutes. There's also a good smattering of disabled parks spread up and down the main drag, and one almost right outside Meno Diciotto.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
We were visiting our Son in Concord Hospital and decided to sneak him out for a decent lunch, we chose this one as he was craving something spicy. It was a sunny day so we ate outside on the side walk. The food is journeyman OK we ate family style and were satisfied at the end. Was it the best Thai food I have ever eaten No but it served the purpose.
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