About Alfie & Hetty
With a rich and vibrant history, Alfie & Hetty has become a Glebe institution. This stunning restaurant is located in a historic heritage listed venue along Glebe Point Road and pays homage to the characters that inspired its namesake, Alfie and Hetty, who lived next door to its current space during World War II and who inspired the concept behind this classic fusion of French and Australian cuisine. Adding a truly special charm to the inner west buzz, Alfie & Hetty serves up creative dishes including joues de boeuf confites, sensational pork belly and homemade potato gnocchi, as well as their famous Hetty Sunday roasts. Reserve your table at this Sydney delight to ensure a spot, and also check out their live Sunday jazz sessions over a glass or two of wine, you won’t be disappointed.
- Monday 17:30 - 00:00
- Tuesday 17:30 - 00:00
- Wednesday 17:30 - 00:00
- Thursday 17:30 - 00:00
- Friday 17:30 - 00:00
- Saturday 17:30 - 00:00
- Sunday 12:00 - 00:00
Great location, atmosphere, attentive, friendly staff ( partic the French mátre d) , .... Good knowledge of their wines. Happy to substitute parts of a dish ( eg French Fries for Potato). We both chose fillet steak, one medium, one pink/rare. One of us modified the standard plate accompanyments. The ordered "medium" steak came on the rare plate and vise versa ( no problem, we just swapped). The main issue was the seasoning of both the steaks ( both v good cuts of meat ) and indeed the french fries were the same!!. If we had wanted very heavily seasoned steaks that had a strong Asian flavour to them and left ones lips a bit warm after eating, we would have gone to a different restaurant up the road. Sure, when we discussed with them, they did not charge for one of the main courses, but that is not the point. It was a shame. That was our 3rd visit. First was v good all round. Second the service was slow beyond belief and 1 of the 4 main courses was "ok only". We will wait a while and go again. Hopefully not our final visit as it has a lot going for it.
Wonderful and delicious food and wine - try the Kir or Kir Royal as an aperitif :-))) and the service is first class - come en France - enjoy
Great service and ambience, very much French. The food is better than average. There is a wide range of wines to be chosen Australian, French or NZ.
Lamb roast was great as always- good wine & chilled out jazz duo playing downstairs on a Sunday night - can't go wrong with this neighbourhood gem.
Excellent food. Great atmosphere. We had the degustation menu which was fantastic. Would probably describe the food as modern Australian with a modern French influence.