Serving authentic yakitori to Sydney’s hungry masses, Chaco Bar are the masters behind the popular pop-up ramen store in Barangaroo. At their home in Darlinghurst they manifest the spirit of a Japanese izakaya while keeping in style with the happening local businesses in the area. Diners who love biting their food from a stick will feel comfortable eating at Chaco Bar, where the vast majority of entrees are served on skewers (there are other great options too, if you prefer eating with chopsticks). Forget sushi for a while and try Japanese cuisine like you’ve never experienced at this foodie hotspot on Crown Street.
Loved the yakitori, really cute little restaurant. Will definitely visit again.
On the pricier side of things but quality of the food and service makes up for it.
this is a local gem with great food and excellent service
Chaco Bar in Sydney’s Darlinghurst offers a humble environment that’s representative of the simple yet supremely flavourful food on offer. The idea is that less is more, and by providing a peaceful environment that’s beautiful without being over the top, guests are able to focus more on what really counts – the food. The cuisine itself utilises the same philosophy, offering simple ingredients in a fashion that doesn’t bombard diners with heavy sauces and spices. The result? Superb flavours, unique textures and hordes of happy regulars.
At Chaco Bar on Crown Street in Sydney’s Darlinghurst, guests can sample a number of meats that you can’t find just anywhere. Enjoy pork belly, spicy lamb shoulder, ox tongue, or chicken crackling, all served up appealingly on skewers. Go for the chef’s favourite yakitori selection, including gizzard, heart pipes and grizzle. For more conservative tastes there are some gorgeous versions of Japanese meat, seafood and vegetarian favourites, or drop by Chaco Bar’s pop-up store in Barangaroo to try their delicious take on proper ramen!