Looking for a European-tinged restaurant and creperie in Sydney city that wears its heart on its sleeve when it comes to a passion for cookery? Head to the corner of Burton Street and Crown Street in Darlinghurst and seek out Fiore, an informal eatery featuring a wealth of homemade dishes, not to mention more sweet and savoury crepes than you can shake a spatula at. The emphasis here is Italian, but be sure to check the daily specials boards for a few surprises.
Fabulous....authentic italian food as if you were in italy volter the chef is lovely you will enjoy everything on menu We had lunch then returned for dinner Beautiful real food Sharon and brett
Fiore’s forte, if you will, is delicious, home-cooked European food with a focus on Italian cuisine. But Fiore also tips its hat to Gallic gastronomy in that it is also one of Darlinghurst’s favourite creperies, with a huge number of sweet and savoury options for you to choose from. Recommended is the decadent Nutella and Grand Marnier crepe for a chocolatey-sweet and slightly alcoholic French fritter! It’s also a pleasure to note that Fiore supports local artists, hosting many exhibitions in its cosy Burton Street premises.
Besides offering a great range of drinks and cocktails, it’s Fiore’s menu that forms the backbone of this European and Italian restaurant in the heart of Sydney’s Darlinghurst. Fiore specialises in tagliere, boards, slates and platters of stuzzichini, Italian snacks and nibbles. These platters are perfect for sharing, tapas-style, simply with drink or as an introduction to bigger things. In this way, start with San Daniele prosciutto and mushroom bruschetta with truffled pecorino before ordering heftier antipasti like the tagliere misto (meat) or vegetariano (obvious), and Fiore favourites like the homemade gnocchi with a simple tomato and basil sauce.