About Adagio's Steakhouse
About the restaurant
Steakhouses are ever popular in our increasingly health-orientated society, but not all proteins were created equal. The difference between the very best and the also-rans is vast, but at Adagio’s Steakhouse on Rabaul Road in Georges Hall, you can rest assured that you’re in safe hands. Their menu is packed with meaty classics, with a particular emphasis on the beef: go for the prime rib or the eye fillet, or try the lamb rump. There are plenty of sauces and sides to boot, so make the most of your money and head on over to Adagio’s in Georges Hall for one of the best steakhouses in Sydney.
There are steaks, and there are steaks. If you like the best in beef, then you know that Adagio’s Steakhouse on Rabaul Road in Sydney’s far west is the place to go to get your fix. Their take on the best of meat is among the best that you’ll find anywhere in the city, so let us talk you through a few of the specialities that you’ll come across when you arrive at Adagio’s in Georges Hall. The beef is the star of the show, of course, and whether you pick the fillet – small, around 220g, or large, a monster at 350g – or the huge 650g prime rib, you’re in for a treat.
The Adagio meat is spectacular, and doesn’t end at the steaks. They boast the best ribs in Sydney, both pork and beef, and their lamb rump, their burgers and their schnitzels are all more than memorable as well. Non-carnivores can try their extensive seafood selection, or something from the fish menu, and veggies will want to get stuck into the pasta, the veggie burgers, the salads and plenty more to boot. Make the move out to Rabaul Road in Georges Hall for a steakhouse experience to remember in Sydney – just remember to book ahead, as they do get crowded on occasion.