Nestled at 49 Perouse Rd, Randwick, New South Wales 2031, Australia, Soul Burger is more than just a restaurant. It is a vibrant dining hub, where the rich menu invites you to savor a multitude of dishes. With a formidable rating of 4.2 and 904 reviews, it offers an epicurean journey that leaves diners yearning for more. A coveted rating of 4.2 and an army of satisfied patrons reflected in 904 reviews – we are not just a restaurant, but a landmark of great taste and exceptional dining. Join us and partake in this unique gastronomic adventure. Craving our cuisine? Order via http://www.soulburger.com.au/, your online gateway to a meal to remember.
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We recently visited the Pecan Nut Cafe (previously Kiss Me Yoghurt) in Belmore Road Randwick, Sydney. To be honest, the reason we first went was the fact that there were 6 of us requiring brunch and it was easily accessible as we also had a baby in a pram. However, this little cafe soon became a firm favourite with our family. The owner, Dimitri, and his daughter couldn't have treated us better had we been in a 5 star hotel. Nothing was too much trouble. We had a delightful brunch and lovely complimentary coffee. Dimitri even gave our little granddaughter an ice cream as a treat. We loved the homely, personal service and made a point of returning to the cafe before we left to travel home to the UK. We almost felt we were visiting Dimitri's home and thoroughly enjoyed his hospitality. During our nine week holiday we visited many cafés and restaurants and had some lovely meals but this little cafe stood out because the service was so personal and friendly. The business is quite new and we wish the Pecan Nut Cafe every success in the future. It was a delight to visit.
This is the best cafe around! The food is top notch and their soy mochas are the best in town. I travel from Ashbury to go here. The staff are so friendly and make you feel so welcome. I honestly can not rate this place highly enough. The little green bean is a true gem x
A student at UNSW introduced me to Isabella's and with the budget prices it's easy to see why it is popular with the young crowd thronging the place on a Tuesday evening. Mains average around $15 and not only are the portions generous, they taste good too. We ordered bruschetta to share which was excellent and a variety of pastas which my young companions enjoyed.<br> <br> I ordered veal schnitzel which I had expected to be thin veal slices but it was, in fact, quite chunky though tasty with a herb mix in the crumbed coating. To be fair, they did not describe it as weiner schnitzel and the meat was good, accompanied by delicious chips and a very nice salad lightly covered with Italian dressing.<br> <br> At $89 for five you can't complain when the food is good; the charge included a corkage fee for the wine and beer we brought with us.