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Sydney Restaurant Review: Meditrainean Crows Nest



Meditrainean Crows Nest Sydney

Yes that is the right spelling! Meditrainean is a great new concept in Crows Nest that I think will be a huge hit with Sydney Foodies. Think sushi train and replace the sushi with Mediterranean Dishes that are fresh, tasty and quite frankly - awesome!

I tried to choose a quiet time to do my review during lunch, however today was anything but quiet with a camera crew and lots of people arriving for lunch. Considering they have only just opened that has to be a good sign.

The venue is really fresh and vibrant. Decorating in blues and whites with a sushi train that is quite long. Downstairs is a more formal eating area and which also serves as a function room.

As well as the dishes on the 'train', customers can order from the kitchen and the flame grill. Basically this restaurant has it all covered.


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Mussels 6.90 - stuffed and spiced with caramelised onion, rice and lemon. This was my starter from the train. The mussels were generous! Fabulous dish, easy to eat and lots of taste.


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Stuffed Zucchini 6.90 - Again from the train. Stuffed with lamb, rice, leek, tomato and herbs. Sensational dish, flavoursome and a great combination of ingredients.


Meatballs 6.90. Made to order. Napolitana with beef, onion, carrot, celery, parsley, oregano and paprika wiht shaved grana padano. Perfect for a cold winter's day. Loved this one, very authentic and if you love meatballs you will most likely love these from Meditrainean.


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Roast Quince 6.90. Creme fraiche, halva and rose petals. I'm not big on deserts however I'm sure glad I tried this one. This fabulous dish is delicious. I've never had halva before and I still can't figure out what it reminds me of, I think honeycomb? This great combination was such a winner.

I turned up alone (I often do reviews by myself) and stopped myself at four dishes only because I was full, but I could have easily kept going!

I really love this concept and hope they open up one in the Eastern Suburbs. Meditrainean is both BYO and licensed.

Choose from the train: Dips $4.90, Salads $6.90, Small plates $6.90, Desserts $6.90.

Made to order: Small plates $6.90, Grills $9.90, Seafood $12.90

Shared Dining: Feasts for Two $55 - $120

Kids: $13 - $18

Also a nice selection of wines, beers, a few spirits. For the non-drinkers; water, carbonated drinks, smoothies and juices.

Australian produce is used whenever possible.

 

I dined as a guest of Meditrainean; this doesn't influence my opinion. Please read Sydney Chic's full DISCLAIMER

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