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4.7 /6 Excellent 13 Reviews

Casa Asturiana

Sydney CBD Spanish $$$ +100
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About Casa Asturiana

Tapas is alway a favourite, but the Spanish small specialities on offer in Sydney are often somewhat scattergun in their approach to the cuisine. Cafe Asturiana makes a point of focussing on one aspect of it – Asturian cuisine, as you can imagine – and doing that properly, rather than trying to be all things to all people. Asturias is one of the premier culinary areas of Spain, and if you’d like to find out why, then take a trip to Museum Station and Liverpool Street in the Haymarket area of Sydney CBD – just remember to book your table ahead of time, as they do get crowded.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 12:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday 12:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 12:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 23:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 23:00
  • Sunday 12:00 - 23:00
Casa Asturiana, Liverpool Street 77, 2000 Sydney

Further Information

Asturian cuisine is but a small part of the wider culinary tradition of Spain, but the region has long been considered one of the best to visit for foodies. They produce some of the finest cheeses, fish some of the finest seafood out of the Bay of Biscay and brew some of the best cider around, so when you make an appearance at Cafe Asturiana in Sydney CBD, you know that you’re in for a treat. Make a move to Liverpool Street in Haymarket and try a few of their house specialities, tapas dishes or even a proper Spanish paella.

Spanish food is designed with a big group in mind, so when you’re booking your table at Cafe Asturiana, make sure that you gather all your mates up before you go out for a feed. Split a selection of tapas around the group – their mixed hot tapas includes fried eggplant, garlic mushrooms, calamari, octopus, meatballs and chorizo – before moving onto the mains. We can’t see further than the Asturian regional specialities of Fabada Asturiana, a stew with white beans, pork and chorizo as well as Morcilla blood sausage, garlic and paprika. Head on over to Liverpool Street in Haymarket for one of the best Spanish meals in Sydney.


13 Reviews

4.7 /6 Excellent 13 Reviews
Quality/Price: great value
Atmosphere: excellent
Waiting Time: no waiting time
Food: heavenly
Noise: quiet
Service: extraordinary
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1 review so far 6
09.08.2017 09:23

It was a great experience with all friendly staff. The food was delicious, the environment is great and we will definitely come again. Thank you.

1 review so far 6
02.08.2017 16:26

Excellent and friendly staff and service. Food was amazing! Would definitely go back and recommend this place for anyone who loves authentic Spanish food :)

1 review so far 6
30.07.2017 09:31

Great food, atmosphere and service. Would definitely go again. Had tapas and the salmon. Spanish wine was great. Many thanks to staff for a wonderful night

1 review so far 6
04.07.2017 11:15

Our first time at Casa Asturiana heard good reports and was not disappointed, great food and service very friendly we will be back. Gary W

1 review so far 5
24.05.2017 10:50

Food, service, atmosphere just wonderful. It was a super busy night and we were asked to move, to accommodate a group of 8. The request was handled with respect and we ended up at an even better table. Stayed for the fabulous flamenco performance. Highly recommended.

1 review so far 3
16.07.2017 10:09

The staff were very friendly and the food was served quickly. However, the meals are not fresh. I ordered the chicken croquetas and when they came out, they were frozen in the middle. The waitresses apologised and I was given another serve that were fully cooked. I am disappointed as heating up frozen food is something I could do at home, rather than waste $12 at a restaurant.

1 review so far 6
24.04.2017 12:38

Best Spanish restaurant in Sydney without fail. The food is exquisite, the wine list incredible and the paella is better than I have ever had anywhere before. Thank you Carlos!!

1 review so far 6
30.04.2017 13:12

We had a really great night here, the tapas and the paella were very tasty, and the service was very good and attentive. Would definitely recommend.

1 review so far 5
27.07.2017 07:58

Very authentic food and ambience and fantastic service from friendly staff. Quick service which highlights why they've been around as long as they have. Highly recommend it.

1 review so far 5
12.06.2016 09:37

The food was good & the staff were nice. The price is reasonable and we are happy we went there. We will come back when we can.

1 review so far 5
20.06.2017 07:33

Nice cozy place with full-on spanish vibes in the CBD ! Food is delicious and service is good. Sangria is loved by everyone in our group!

1 review so far 1
22.07.2017 12:49

We sat at a corner table at the back of the restaurant. Every 1 or 2 minutes there was a loud sound from the kitchen, probably to let them know that a meal was ready. It was so bad, I would never go to this restaurant again. We ordered garlic bread and ate as it came before the meal so we had to order another one for the meal but that bread did not come till we finished our meal and twice they came to the table to push it onto us but I told them it was too late, they should have brought it with the meal. The paella was salty. Not the best place at all.

1 review so far 1
10.05.2017 20:50

Food was expensive and not good. Neither my partner or ai were happy with it. It is not recommendable and I wouldn't go here again.