25 Aug Chiswick
I went to Chiswick Woollahra because many people had told me nice things about it and I haven’t been disappointed. The highlight was definitely the good quality of the produce. I recommend the lamb shoulder because it was perfectly cooked and the meat was so tender… and also because it was so big that even sharing was too much and we had to ask for a doggy bag.
I have read on the menu that the lamb comes from Matt Moran’s family farm and that many ingredients are grown in their kitchen garden. How cool is that!?
Chiswick’s atmosphere is cosy and they have a large range of carefully crafted cocktails. My only regret is that desserts are a bit expensive ($17 to $18).
Overall a very pleasant dining experience.
Note that there is another Chicwick at the Art Gallery.
- Local produce : they have a city garden where they grow their lettuces, beans, cucumbers, strawberries and herbs.
- Local produce: the Lamb comes from Matt Moran Family farm, located on the Central Tablelands. They recently have added breed Berkshire Pigs to the farm and are preparing the land to sow with truffle inoculated oak trees.
- Trip Advisor : certificate of excellence and ranked within the top 15% restaurants in Sydney
- Recommended by the Urban list and Good Food
- the whole menu is about the produce (good quality, locally sourced and seasonally inspired).
- Wide range of carefully crafted cocktails
- Matt Moran venue, part of Solotel group.
Collective menu (groups) $80pp
Examples of dishes:
Starters ($19 – $25):
Vannella burrata, roasted capsicum, caper leaf, basil $20
Steak tartare, crisp quinoa, quail egg $25
Mains ($30 to $38):
Roast pork neck, braised turnip, radicchio, rocket $38
Moran Family lamb shoulder, zucchini, pine nut (to share) $74
Desserts ($17 to $18)
Chocolate mousse, raspberry $18
Photo credit © Chiswick