Been here twice for breakfast and can’t praise it enough. Fantastic food, good service and a great setting. Make sure you book a table outside and enjoy a very relaxing and delicious breakfast.
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This is one of my favourite Balmain restaurants. A great vibe and fabulous food. Authentic with a twist. Try breakfast for a preview and then book in for dinner....not on the same , though, as the portions are hefty.
Efendy located at 79 Elliott Street, Balmain. NSW Australia. The ambiance was delightful, set in a renovated 2-storey Victorian house, Efendy serves up delicious and hearty Turkish cuisine. With a cosy upper lounge area, and alfresco seating on ground level! The menu has a wide...More
Lovely Victorian cafe - perfect laid back atmosphere for lazy weekend brunches. The weekend sharing plates with unlimited bread and Turkish tea doesn't dis-appoint. Its a spectacular mix of bread, cheeses , dips, fruit and Turkish sausage/omelette. and yes- it does taste as great as...More
Just had a beautiful dinner with friends at Efendy. Knew nothing about the food but the staff were fantastic. They explained all the dishes on the menu and suggested which ones we should try etc. The food was lovely...fresh and light, not heavy...great for sharing....More
A great way to enjoy the best of Turkish food, its a wonderful old building, beautiful Victorian architecture coupled with some of the best middle eastern food in Australia. This is not your kebab type middle east food, but rather high quality serious Turkish food...More
An unexpected destination on a warm Sydney evening. Overpriced and underwhelming pomegranate based cocktail kicked things off. Thankfully the food experience was far better. Delicious flavours and some great dishes - lamb; eggplant and zucchini featured stongly with great spicing. A little disappointed by the...More
My friends from Istanbul who live part time in Sydney took me to this restaurant knowing I would have missed Turkish food and it didn't disappoint... The patlican salatasi (Turkish version of baba ganoush) was subtle and very tasty, and the hunkar begendi I had...More