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Top 10 restaurants we’re enjoying in Fairy Meadow

Mar 29, 2024

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From traditional Australian dishes to international cuisine, the Fairy Meadow restaurant scene caters to all taste buds and cravings.

Whether it’s Japanese, Lebanese or Australian pub fare, if you’re feeling a bit peckish take a look through the selection in your own backyard.

In no particular order, let us take you around the world with some incredible flavours and cuisines that we're loving in Fairy Meadow right now.

Fujiyama Teppanyaki Restaurant

Love real Japanese food? The teppanyaki experience at Fujiyama includes a master chef cooking your food barbecue-style right before your eyes to create an entertaining experience. Ideal for group bookings and family outings, you’ll watch as the chefs chop, toss, marinade, slice and juggle your food in front of you. For a calmer dining experience, the downstairs or balcony areas offer Asian fusion dishes. Along with specialising in Japanese cuisine, the restaurant also offers a large selection of Chinese food for lunch and dinner.
12 Daisy St

The Charles Hotel

This Fairy Meadow staple features a beer garden with a huge range of beers on tap, Charlie’s Bistro with burgers and classic Australian pub food with regular specials, large Sports Bar with state-of-the-art facilities, and affordable and recently renovated accommodation by Nightcap Hotels.
The bistro menu includes the freshest, locally sourced and house-made ingredients. The Charles Hotel hosts daily events, promotions and giveaways.
98 Princes Hwy

Fairy Meadow Bowling Club

Centred around bowling competitions, the club also entertains through a host of events, such as musical acts, raffles and trivia.
Along with the entertainment, Fairy Meadow Bowling Club is also known for its bistro with a classic menu and generous serves. Menu items include seafood, steak, chicken and burgers, along with a kids menu. The venue also includes specials and seasonal event menus, like New Year’s Eve and Australia Day.
2 Cambridge Ave

Fraternity Club

A venue packed with dining options and entertainment, you can take your pick.
Dining options include La Trattoria, featuring a cosmopolitan menu and authentic Italian flavours with large portion sizes of pastas, meat and poultry dishes, and seafood dishes. You can choose to eat indoors with a dedicated bar and room to seat 300 people or in the al fresco dining area, while the kids play in the enclosed outdoor playground. For something more special, book a two-course banquet.
Alternatively, try Il Bene, which has become the home of authentic Italian wood-fired pizzas. Creating a traditional pizza restaurant atmosphere, it features hand-made pizzas using quality ingredients.
11 Bourke Street

Spice Kitchen Mauritian and Thai

Within an intimate setting, Spice Kitchen offers a fusion Mauritian and Thai cuisine using fresh produce with aromatic spices and herbs.
Incorporating traditional cuisine from the owners’ heritage, the restaurant is renowned for surprising guests with unique dishes from its vault of recipes. Each dish has a focus on fresh ingredients from local farmers’ markets.
The restaurant also caters for special events, including birthdays, business lunches, dinners and cocktail receptions.
Shop 1/128 Princess Hwy

Cabbage Tree Hotel

Featuring classic pub fare, menu items range from schnitzel to steaks, to wings and burgers. Cabbage Tree Hotel is also renowned for what it says is “the best sports bar in country NSW”, featuring sporting events up on the big screens, meat raffles and trivia nights.
The venue also offers function packages for events, including baby showers, birthdays, bridal showers, baptisms, engagements, weddings and Christmas parties. It can help arrange everything from a 2m gold window arches, floral arrangements, balloons, candy cart, light up numbers, and table decorations.
73 Princes Hwy

Al Amir Lebanese restaurant

An authentic Lebanese restaurant, it prides itself on offering the full flavours of classic Lebanese cuisine.
The Al Amir menu includes cold and hot mezza dishes, food from the grill like kafta mishwe, mixed plates for one, banquets to feast for four or more people, salads like tabouli, and traditional mains such as Mansaf chicken and Shish Barak.
Ambience Centre, Shop 6, 118-126 Princes Hwy

Outback Steakhouse

Part of a chain of restaurants in New South Wales and Queensland, Outback Steakhouse is renowned for its steaks and seafood.
With an extensive menu, it offers appetisers, signature steaks, Outback favourites like lamb chops, pasta, combination dishes like Surf and Turf, and burgers and sandwiches.
It also serves up a range of cocktails and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
228 Princes Hwy

Fairy Meadow Silver Restaurant

If you love Chinese food, Fairy Meadow Silver Restaurant caters for everything from honey chicken, to sweet and sour pork, and Mongolian beef. With generous meals, the restaurant also caters for children’s meals.
100 Princes Hwy

Dhok Koon Thai Restaurant

For authentic Thai food set within fancy decor, Dhok Koon provides a great experience and large portion sizes. Dishes range from pad thai, duck, green curry and red curry.
23-25 Princes Hwy

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