DELICADO
Sydney, New South Wales

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Breathing the very essence of Spain at McMahons Point's on the lower north shore, Delicado is a unique tactile embodiment of the country. Part providore, part wine retailer, part restaurant, part cooking school and part store, it is a very authentic taste of Spain created by a family devoted to Spanish food, wine and culture.
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General info

Address:

134 Blues Point Road,,
Shop 2
McMahons Point NSW 2060

Suburb:

McMahons Point

Contact:

Cuisine:

Spanish, Tapas

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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PROFILE BY BEST RESTAURANTS

There are many brilliant restaurants in Sydney, but only a handful completely immerse themselves in the culture of the cuisine they offer. Delicado is one of these places. It lives, breathes and is built of Spain. Starting out as a providore, over five years it acquired a boutique wine retailer, a restaurant and a cooking school. Now it's a place that allows you to taste more than ten types of Spanish cheese, nibble on Spanish tapas, drink a glass of Spanish wine (paired by resident sommelier and co-owner, Ben Moechtar) and walk away with a bottle of Ramon Bilbao Crianza Rioja, a set of plates and a coat rack, for example. Spanish, of course! In short, this place was created to be a taste of Spain; a second home for expat Spaniards, a place to reminisce for Spanish travellers and a taste of the culture and passion of Spain for would-be adventurers.

Great care was taken in creating every element – from constantly changing interiors which brim with imported Spanish merchandise like books, crockery and furniture to cured meats, paella kits, wines, chocolates, oils, sweets and tapas that tempt the palate. If you decide to dine here – and you should definitely endeavour to do this – your tastebuds will be met with a range of seasonal tapas. You might find yourself sharing a fresh ensalada mixtos (a mesclun, avocado, cucumber and Spanish onion salad), mussels in a warm spicy tomato broth, a sardine tartlet with braised fennel, olive tapenade and roasted tomato or the celebrated jamon Serrano. There is also a "Delicado tapas plate" which offers three daily-changing tapas to tempt the senses. Pair your experience with a glass of wine and finish with some churros con chocolate, then try (I dare you) to leave without buying something for home.
Agnes Gajewska

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Features

Breakfast
Caterer
Cooking school
Outdoor Dining
Something Different
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Groups of 10
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