Since its opening in 1976, Balkan Seafood Restaurant has occupied the same location on Oxford Street in Sydney’s Darlinghurst. Restaurateur Ranko Despot, hailing from Croatia’s Adriatic Coast, set out to bring the traditional cuisine of his homeland to Sydney locals, and we’d say that was a huge success – the seafood restaurant has served major celebrities from all across the world including politicians, famous athletes and other public figures.
Ok. Restaurant inside is too dark. Needs proper lightening plus. Platter was cold.
By consistently maintaining an exceptional level of excellence since its establishment nearly four decades ago, Balkan Seafood Restaurant has been able retain its position as one of Sydney’s best dining establishments. With specials rotating daily on Ranko’s blackboard, diners can see which dishes are offered at a discount and try something new during each visit. Open every day of the week, there’s never a bad excuse for visiting Balkan Seafood Restaurant in Sydney’s Darlinghurst.
Seafood is king at Balkan Seafood Restaurant on Oxford Street, where guests are treated to the freshest fish, crustacean or mollusc of their choice, cooked to absolute perfection. Decide between favourites like the grilled baby octopus, whole trout, garlic prawns, whole snapper and silver dory fillets. Go Croatian with traditional specialties such as cabbage rolls and pork neck skewers, or order one of the delicious pasta entrees like spaghetti carbonara. Children can join in the fun too, and are welcomed to pick out any of the restaurant’s entrees in a half-portion size. Located in Sydney’s Darlinghurst, Balkan Seafood Restaurant invites you to swing by any time of the week for an unforgettable and affordable lunch or dinner with friends or family.