Longrain Sydney

Restaurant in Sydney

Southern Asian Restaurant & Cocktail Bar

Weather

Moderate rain
9 °C
Humidity: 76%

Longrain has the rather auspicious reputation of being Sydney’s best contemporary Asian restaurant.

With communal banquet-style dining tables, this modern, yet comfortable restaurant has an air of quiet confidence.  As soon as I entered the dining area I felt like I knew I was going to get high quality food, good service and enjoy a pleasant evening.

The menu offers a variety of dishes designed by Head Chef  Martin Boetz with a Thai and Southern Chinese influence.  Each dish is designed to be shared and is served with Jasmine rice.  Our waiter recommended a Riesling to go with our dishes after expertly talking us through which wines would complement each flavor.

As a relative newcomer to Sydney, I can’t say if Longrain is the best of its kind, but it more than delivered on ambience, quality and value.  I would certainly visit again and recommend you take the time to sample some of the amazing dishes on offer.

Open for Lunch Friday from 12pm to 2:30pm. Dinner Monday to Friday from 6pm to 11pm; Saturday 5:30pm to 11pm and Sunday from 5:30pm to 10pm.

The Cocktail Bar is open 7 nights a week from 4pm to midnight.

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Reviewer's Rating
Cuisine Thai
Need to book Advisable
Clientele Locals
Restaurant good for Bar scene, Meeting up with friends
Cost per head Medium
Dress Code Casual
Dining Options Lunch, Dinner

Additional Price Comments

Sparkling wine from $12 a glass, $59 a bottle; Wine from $9 a glass, $36 a bottle. Starters from $6, Mains from $16 to $44 and are designed to be shared.

Last updated on 07-12-2012

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