RADIO CAIRO
Sydney, New South Wales

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This Cremorne hot-spot is a local favourite for inspired African fare with a Caribbean twang. The dishes are carnivorous, full-throttled in flavour and their heavenly aromas dance to the up-beat energy of the dining room. It's a perfect place for a pre-film meal with Orpheum Cinema just across the road.
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General info

Address:

83 Spofforth Street
Cremorne NSW 2090

Suburb:

Cremorne

Contact:

Cuisine:

African, Asian, Indian

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Licensed & BYO (wine only)

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Functions

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MAX SEATING
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Features

Something Different
Suitable for Pre Theatre
Takeaway
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Barnaby - 17/09/2014
There is a real difference between an eating and dining - and I really enjoy dining at Radio Cairo. Staff are - without fail - friendly and welcoming. The buzz is infectious and not tooooo loud but its the food that just tantalizes the taste buds. The sosaties were bbq'd to perfection - moist and succulent,and the Jamaican patties (somosas) were likewise crisp and delicious. Cajon popcorn (cut-up shrimp) were juicyand crisp and spicy; Bongo bread is a version of cheese on toast but moreish - Main Course of lamb Mechoui is basically a replica of the sosaties; Cajun snapper was likewise well cooked - coated in blackened spices and gently fried - still the flesh was soft and delicious. A lovely dinner - and the ability to bring iur own wines. A terrific eating and quick experience.