It appears that this restaurant has closed and the premises is now occupied by Lester's. We found Lester's good, see review under that name.
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We were warned by a staff member in one of the local wineries that we might make a better choice than Sajo's, but having also read some reviews recently, we decided to give it a go. We are sorry we did. We started off well...More
We popped into this beautiful old chemist. Had a couple of very nice cocktails at the bar whilst listening to a talented pianists on a grand piano. Set a great mood for the night. Will be back for dinner next time.
Myself and four girlfriends had dinner here on Sunday night and all ordered the paella. We were ravenous & disappointingly the meal took an hour to come out and it was tiny size in size! Never order this dish if you're hungry! It was more...More
Visited this place again on Easter Saturday 2015 for dinner but never again. We had been there a couple of times previously with mixed results and thought we give it another go but mainly went as we were able to get a booking on a...More
We enjoyed dinner at Mudgee's Sajo's Bar & Restaurant, one of the cluster of venues that have sprung up since our last visit, admittedly some years ago now. It's a long slim venue in the main street with a cocktail bar/bar up front and dining...More
Cant comment on the food side of Sajos but the bar and cocktails area is amazing and a great atmosphere when with friends. Great old building very trendy for a small town.
It's with a heavy heart that I write this review. I've had sensational meals here, and have previously rated it as an easy 5 star experience. God only knows what was happening on our last visit. The ambience was great as always, the staff plentiful...More
We had their 3 course meal ($48!) I had prosciutto wrapped quail, seared lamb and the chocolate tasting platter, my husband had the scallops, barramundi and mango cheesecake and everything was wonderful. Honestly one of the best meals I've ever eaten in a beautiful old...More