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Hungarian Food In Sydney

After the ATC conference, we headed out to find a nice place for a quiet dinner with John and Addie Sullivan, Master Burnett, and a few of the folks that make the ATC happen.  Trevor Vas, a co-director of the conference has a Hungarian background and knew of a small restaurant in a suburb of Sydney called the Corner 75 Hungarian Restaurant, 75 Frenchman’s Road, Randwick.

menu, Hungarian

Menu a

Hungarian knuckle

Knuckle

Hungarian flag

Hungarian Flag

When we arrived it was packed with people, even on a Thursday night, and it smelled and looked wonderful. The menu features all sorts of Hungarian specialties including, of course, Goulash in both veal and cabbage varieties.  They also offer Hungarian pancakes, potato soup, veal knuckle, a variety of schnitzels and cherry soup.

I ordered the veal goulash along with potato soup. Goulash was great, soup was okay but needed a bit more flavor.  John Sullivan ordered the cherry soup, which is served cold, along with the crispy roast duck which proved to be a winner. Other ordered veal schnitzel which was also good.

cherry-soup, Hungarian

Cherry Soup

Service was excellent. It’s a cosy place with an eclectic decor which is a mix of Hungarian kitsch, flags and photos. we brought our own wine, so I can’t give you a run down on their list. Highly recommend it for a taste of Hungry so far away.

I have been back many times since I first wrote this review and it is the best Hungarian restaurant I have been to in Australia (and there are a few of them). It has a neighborhood feel and even though we only go once or twice a year, he remembers us. Many people who eat there a regulars.

Hungarian paprika

Paprika

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