Dec 10 2018

2014 SMH Good Food Guide: Popular Choice

Oldie but a goodie: Caffe Moretti’s pizza has outlasted most in Leichhardt. Photo: Peter Morris Roman-style pizza: Cipro Pizza al Taglio. Photo: Edwina Pickles

Neapolitan pizza: Raised crust and traditional toppings at Gigi Pizzeria in Newtown. Photo: Sahlan Hayes

Barletta: Tomato, mozzarella, prosciutto and basil still graces La Disfida’s menu. Photo: Quentin Jones

Bravo: Lucio’s has a little Neapolitan feel in Sydney’s Darlinghurst. Photo: Marco Del Grande

The Bathers’ Pavilion at Balmoral Beach: The vegetarian food is almost as good as the beach views. Photo: Jim Rice

Native ingredients colour her cooking: Kylie Kwong at her restaurant Billy Kwong. Photo: Quentin Jones

Meat-free line-up: Foveaux Restaurant and Bar, Surry Hills.

Having fun with their food: Gastro Park at Kings Cross is pushing modern dining boundaries. Photo: Quentin Jones

Bar-meets-restaurant at 10 William St in Paddington. Photo: Domino Postiglione

Living up to its name: The Animal in Newtown. Photo: Edwina Pickles

Moricella and potato hash with fried duck egg in one reason to venture behind The Carrington’s busy front bar. Photo: Brianne Makin

Small prices, big taste: There’s more to Cipro Pizaa al Taglio that the meats the eye. Photo: Edwina Pickles

Bang for your buck: The Devonshire’s three-course lunch costs just $35 which may or may not include caramelised pineapple, pudding. Photo: Jennifer Soo

Jugemu & Shimbashi: handmade Soba and the teppanyaki-grilled okonomiyaki are a must. Photo: Fiona Morris

Just try and resist: burger at Mary’s in Newtown. Photo: Sahlan Hayes

Mexican wave: Mexico Food & Liquor is flavoursome and affordable. Photo: Jennifer Soo

Modern mezze meets Bondi cool: Sefa Kitchen, Bondi. Photo: Edwina Pickles

Mediterranean-inspired small plates: The Union tapas bar in Penrith. Photo: Marco Del Grande

Berowra Waters Inn: Fine dining among the gumtrees. Photo: Ash Sweeting

Harbour views: Bird and Bear Boathouse in Elizabeth Bay. Photo: Fiona Morris

Unique harbour views: Blackwattle Caf? in Glebe. Photo: Danielle Smith

Views to match the food: The Boathouse at Balmoral Beach. Photo: Jennifer Soo

Spoilt: Cafe Sydney’s views are second to none incorporating the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, not to mention Sydney Harbour.

The prosciutto and basil Pizza from La Disfida, Haberfield. Photo: Quentin Jones

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