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Where is Sydney's Best European Restaurant?

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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
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Published November 21st 2011
What better way to capture the feel of Europe, then heading out and dining on some traditional European cuisine? From French, to Greek, to Spanish tapas, there are so many tasty options available when you start to look. So we've decided to try and find Sydney's best European restaurant. It could simply come down to the food, or you might like the way the restaurant recreates the romance of Paris or the friendly vibe of Spain. Let us know where in Sydney you head for a little slice of Europe.

If you like French restaurants there are plenty that could be contending. One with a well-known chef is of course L'etoile, co-owned by television chef Manu Feidel. They have delicious French food and desserts, and also stock a good selection of French wine. Mrs. Top serves up regional French cuisine, warming meals with plenty of flavour. Or there is La Guillotine, which is steeped in Parisian style. They started out as a French omelette house, and still have plenty of omelettes on their menu, but you'll also find a range of other French meals.

When winter hits, one of the best European cuisines to tuck into would have to be that of Central Europe. One restaurant serving up traditional German fare is Kaiser Stub'n, think schnitzels, pork knuckle, and generally plenty of meat. Another place that shares similar meals is Prague Czech Beer Restaurant. You'll dine on meat, sauerkraut, and potato dumplings, and then you'll wash it all down with a stein of beer.

For a feast that is alive and full of fun, you can't look past Spanish food. We've already started asking the question on where Sydney's best tapas bar can found, but Spanish food isn't all about tapas. Iberico has delicious Spanish Mediterranean cuisine, with fresh seafood, vegetables, and lots of flavour. Or if you are looking for tapas, why not check out El Bulli or Cantina Bar and Grill.

So let us know which European cuisine is done best in Sydney. Do you know a meze restaurant that sends you straight to the Greek Islands, or perhaps the restaurants in Leichardt's Little Italy have got the best authenticity. Let us know where we can find Sydney's best European Restaurant.
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