Bad Hombres Sydney is where Latin American ingredients meet a Mexican-inspired all vegan menu. It’s a unique restaurant, one that’s intimate but stylish, right on Reservoir Street in Surry Hills. From the menu you can expect dishes that taste every bit as good as they look – which is damn beautiful, we should add – and that go way beyond the norm in terms of what you’re probably used to from Mexican food in Sydney. On top of the food, Bad Hombres Sydney also serve an impressive selection of natural wines, making it a true gem of Surry Hills and worth the trip from wherever you might be in Sydney. Bad Hombres is the real deal.
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Good food and drink but felt a bit rushed, the food was served very fast
We had tortilla chips to start with, the coen tortillas were a bit bland as they were not salted and there was not enough sauces for the tortilla chips. We had potato and eggplant tacos too, the potato pieces could be bigger and juicier, now they were a little dry. I would like a spicy pineapple salsa on the eggplant taco, not just chunks of pineapple. As shared main we had the enchiladas which were quite nice, the filling
Bad Hombres. Good food. That’s pretty much how it goes. This cool Surry Hills restaurant doesn’t try too hard to be anything it’s not, which can only be said of restaurants in Sydney that are dead sure of the quality of their menu. Or menus, we should say, as along with the main Bad Hombres menu there’s also a vegan menu that locals can’t get enough of. Throw in the aforementioned selection of natural wines and some impressive cocktails and you can see why Bad Hombres Surry Hills is popular for lunch, dinner or drinks.
Once you’ve arrived on Reservoir Street and are comfy in your seat, the main Bad Hombres menu consists of little plates and big plates. The little plates range from a broccolini & cavolo nero quesadilla to spring vegetable tostadas with black eyed beans and hot sauce. Then, the big plates that are built for sharing range from confit assorted mushrooms with white bean puree, jalapeno ash and lime, all the way through to cauliflower with seaweed salt, cashew cream and salsa verde. As you can see, not your average Mexican food. Reservations at Bad Hombres Sydney are essential.