Located inside the University of New South Wales Art & Design Building, Sydney’s Arthouse Kitchen is serving up espresso, pizza and cafe delights in a creative space on the corner of Oxford Street and Greens Road. From hearty breakfasts and satisfying smoothies to gourmet burgers and crisp salads, Arthouse Kitchen doesn’t take any shortcuts just because it serves a clientele made up largely of students. Come in and dine under the big white tree at this Paddington hotspot. Curious? Read on.
On the corner of Oxford Street and Greens Road, Arthouse Kitchen serves up creative grub in a unique environment. The most notable feature of the restaurant’s interior is undoubtedly the big white tree sculpture right in the middle of the dining area, a beautiful work of art that’s not exactly surprising considering its location inside of the USNW Art & Design Building. The vibe inside of this Paddington cafe is casual and relaxed, with plenty of space for gathering with friends or having a study session. Plus, there’s outdoor seating for those warm Sydney days.
Having breakfast at Arthouse Kitchen certainly isn’t a bad way to start off your day – try the veggie delight and enjoy a meat-free platter of spinach, mushrooms, eggs and baked beans on sourdough, or get carnivorous with the delicious chorizo and eggs. Arthouse Kitchen is famous for its pizzas, but their other dishes are phenomenal as well. We recommend the Wagyu beef burger piled high with cheese, caramelised onions, tomato, aioli and lettuce, served alongside chips. And do make sure to check out the restaurant’s toasted panini menu, featuring fillings like roast beef, pulled pork, or grilled vegetables. No matter whether you’re a student or a working mum, Arthouse Kitchen is a reliable option for a creative meal in Sydney’s Paddington.