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Restaurant Hubert

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by Samantha Singer (subscribe)
A marketing coordinator that enjoys reviewing in her spare time. Living in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney - on the brink of something fabulous!
Published July 10th 2016
Sydney's got a new favourite spot
Restaurant Hubert
Restaurant Hubert


Sometimes a restaurant comes around that has the whole city talking. It's fresh, it's new and it's something just a little bit special. That, is Restaurant Hubert.

Subterranean and located in the city on Bligh St, it channels a Parisian/New York 1920s feel with a warm lighting, grand piano on the stage and tiny bottles of alcohol along the walls.

There are two bars, a large restaurant area and a bar area for drinking and dining in.
Restaurant Hubert
Restaurant Hubert

Looking to book? You'll need a reservation of 6 or more (and a few weeks notice). Fear not though, they do take walk ins (albeit with an hours wait at least) or, like we did, you can eat in the bar section where 80% of the normal menu is still available.

The cocktails are FABULOUS, the wine list is great and the food is perfect. This place does not disappoint.

Restaurant Hubert comes to us from the same people that brought us The Baxter Inn, Shady Pines and Frankie's - so really - these guys can do no wrong.

Our waitress was funny and charming and bar tender made a delicious cocktail with only, "fruity and doesn't taste like alcohol" to go on! So yes, service gets a big tick here.

There are three types of charcuterie available; bresaola, prosciutto and saucisson. With the first two being quite common we opt for the third - a sausage. It's pleasant.
saucisson, charcuterie
saucisson


We also tried the marinated octopus (yum!)
marinated octopus, hubert
marinated octopus


The deep fried Gruyere - which was by far the stand out dish. We really could not get enough of this one.
deep fried gruyere, cheese, hubert
deep fried gruyere


The we each had a main; the burger, the steak and the steak tartare - all were exceptional and perfectly cooked (or raw as it was!)

Great for a date, great with friends, great in a group - just great!
Restaurant Hubert
Restaurant Hubert

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Why? Dinner, Drinks
When: dinner 5pm - 1am Monday to Saturday.
Phone: n/a
Where: 15 Bligh St, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: $60
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