Cronulla’s Alphabet St. is a modern Asian restaurant that’s ticking all the right boxes. Stylish, open and spacious, it’s no surprise this has become the go-to place for locals and Sydneysiders after innovative and fresh Asian fare. With stellar views of the ocean, this place offers superb dining with the location to match. With an extensive selection of dishes on the Alphabet St. Sydney menu, you can rest assured you’ll be in for a flavoursome, spicy and zesty time. Everything comes beautifully presented – very Instagrammable – and matches the chic and carefully designed space down to a tee. Oh, and you’ll definitely want to pay close attention to the cocktail and wine lists respectively. You’ll find this modern Asian restaurant on Kingsway, just 25 minutes out of the Sydney CBD. As you’d expect, reservations are essential.
Great food great service Have the dumplings and betal leaf
Everything was a 10 - packed on a Tuesday night says it all
As we mentioned, Alphabet St. Cronulla is tucked away on Kingsway, opposite Dunningham Park and a stone’s throw from the famous North Cronulla Beach. Meaning, the vibes are certainly relaxed here at this Sydney Asian restaurant. What could be better than tucking into some high quality modern Asian dishes and having a round of delicious cocktails with your best pals? Yeah, we thought so. Doesn’t get more better than Alphabet St. for us either.
In terms of eating, we advise getting a few orders of small plates to share. Some favourites include the five-spice squid served with a zesty lemon sauce; Alphabet St. signature roti murtabak with chicken, peanuts and adjar and the betel leaf miang filled with smoked trout and tomato relish. Then, Alphabet St. offers a range of rice dishes like the jungle curry with beef and kaffir lime leaf; crispy pork belly with plum sauce and green apple and the delicious whole steamed fish for two served in a lime and chilli broth. With a whole host of gluten-free and vegetarian options, as well as an impressive drinks list, it’s high time you get thee to Alphabet St. Sydney.