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Song Kitchen: Trendy, Tasty Cafe in Sydney

What’s up, Nomsters! Song Kitchen is a modern, trendy cafe and restaurant located in the Song Hotel in Sydney, Australia that you need to try! The awesome menu created by head chef Liz Mason features a wide range of dishes with Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flare that don’t just taste amazing, but look incredible, too! If you’re in the area or traveling Sydney, this is one spot you’re going to want to hit up even if you’re not staying at Song Hotel. Let’s check out the food!


Song Kitchen Bar

Song Kitchen Logo

Yemeni Spiced Wagyu Hanger Steak

Song Kitchen’s wagyu steak was SO bomb! We asked for medium rare, and it was cooked and seasoned perfectly and served with grilled peppers and yoghurt. Each piece was pre-cut and perfectly bite sized so basically all we had to do was eat. One of the peppers was super spicy, so watch out for the kick! But everything worked together in harmony and the best thing we found to do was to set up a bite with a little bit of everything dipped in the yoghurt. Highly recommended!

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Song Kitchen Steak

Song Kitchen Steak on Fork

Green Tomato

Check out the plating with this one! This dish from Song Kitchen was an amazing example of simplicity, yet crafting a complete experience. It consists of house-made ricotta, dates, and hazelnut salsa, which are not only complimentary, but the combination of textures, from the crispness of the tomatoes to the soft creaminess of the ricotta, really brings the whole thing together.

Song Kitchen Green tomato

Smoky Pickled Bonito

Like the green tomatoes, the bonito dish was light and refreshing, yet still flavorful and just filling enough to leave you satisfied. It’s served with radishes, cherry tomatoes, and dill, and we honestly really liked the tomato and radish combo! The radish was a really nice touch and it didn’t have a lot of flavor so it didn’t overpower the tomatoes, and rather just added a nice crunch. The bonito was seasoned well, but it was really the tomatoes that stood out for us in this one. Check out the close up in the second photo!

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Song Kitchen Smoky pickled bonito Song Kitchen Rashes and Cherry Tomatos from Smoky pickled bonito

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