At this little Darlinghurst joint, modern Australian cuisine is served up in a sleek setting. With trendy minimalistic decor, copper detailing and a turquoise accent wall, this boutique eatery has a cool laidback vibe. Whether it’s for some breakfast and a cup of speciality joe, or a three-course meal, Anglo Chago has something to suit. One of this area of Sydney’s most exciting new restaurants, book a table at Anglo Chago on Liverpool Street beforehand to guarantee a seat.
Lovely knowledgeable service and the food was delicious. Especially the potatoes that came with our lunch menu items. We will definitely be back to try out the dinner menu.
Of course in true Australian style Darlinghurst’s Anglo Chago’s menu features an array of different breakfast options. The bircher muesli topped with braised organic apples, fresh blueberries, vanilla yogurt, chia and toasted sunflower seeds will appeal to Sydney’s health conscious crowd, while options like the chorizo baked eggs provide a tasty twist on an old favourite. At lunchtime you could tuck into the chilli wagyu beef burger among other delicious options, or head over Anglo Chago come evening for some gourmet takes on Australian classics.
Begin with a scotch egg (soft-boiled quail eggs wrapped in chorizo and pork mince, gently-fried in golden panko breadcrumbs and served with green harissa) or some Persian goats cheesecake before moving on to your main. Some of the delicious dishes on offer include oven-roasted duck breast served with fresh figs, baba ganoush, pomegranate and a roast duck & caraway jus, and pan-fried john dory with a roast butternut squash purée, saffron potatoes and sautéed Shimeji mushrooms. To grab one of the best seats at Anglo Chago over in Sydney’s Darlinghurst, make a reservation in advance.