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Having served standout Greek cuisine to the people of Kensington for some time now, The Claypot Taverna is thankfully here to stay. Located on the corner of Anzac Parade and Todman Avenue, this lovely restaurant is known throughout Sydney for offering incredible Mediterranean specialties at reasonable prices. From gyros to spanakopita, The Claypot Taverna serves all the classic Greek dishes you know and love, plus some you’re probably unfamiliar with. With opening hours from Tuesday to Sunday, this is one restaurant you shouldn’t miss.
Great food. More than we could manage. Large helpings. Service was warm and friendly. Lovely atmosphere and very relaxed. The claypot meal lived up to expectations.
Great service. Even better food! We will definitely be back as there is still plenty on the menu that we haven't tried. Good venue for small to medium groups who want a hearty meal.
Worst restaurant ever! The pita bread was drenched in oil and the chef had no idea what customer service means! Told is too leave when we gave him the feedback about the pita.
Led by Con Pavlou, a legend in Sydney for his contributions to the city’s dining and nightlife scene, The Claypot Taverna is a household name among Kensington foodies. And it’s no wonder why – this restaurant is renowned for its incredibly fresh offerings and relaxed yet sophisticated setting. Found on the corner of Anzac Parade and Todman Avenue, The Claypot Taverna is one of the city’s must-visit Greek restaurants.
If you love brunch, you’ll fall in love with Claypot Taverna’s morning offerings. Enjoy the brioche baked with smoked salmon, mixed leaves, and poached eggs, or go for the smashed avocado on thick pita with oven-baked tomatoes and halloumi cheese. Come in later during the day and order up claypots cooked in the restaurant’s wood-fire oven like the arni kleftico (slowly baked lamb with garlic, parsley, bay leaves and lemon), podia arnisia (braised lamb shanks with tomato, garlic and red wine) or the pasari plaki (baked fish fillet with onions and black olives). Claypot Taverna in Sydney’s Kensington also offers plenty of grilled dishes like chicken supreme and king prawns, all tasty and made using the best ingredients. Order up a dish and see for yourself what makes Claypot Taverna so special, but make sure to book in advance.