Family-run and committed to serving diners the very best of Lebanese and Armenian cuisine, Teta’s in Sydney’s Roseville Chase didn’t take long to become the darling of the city’s foodie scene. Situated near Echo Point Park and North Arm Reserve, Teta’s finds itself in a lovely region of northern Sydney on Babbage Road. The perfect place to take that vegetarian in your life, you can trust that the food at this local hotspot is of the highest standard.
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Great food, lovely decor. Was busy when I was there but it wasn’t overly noisy. Would recommend to others
Good food, with a variety of choices and good service.
Love the dips for entree. The 1m lamb is to die for.
Meaning grandma’s in Arabic, Teta’s prepares the type of cuisine that’ll make you think of sweet memories and good times past. Yes, the food here evokes feelings of childhood, and that’s because Teta’s serves comfort food that makes diners feel warm and fuzzy. The Lebanese and Armenian specialties of this calibre can’t be found anywhere else in Sydney. And even better, the place is family-run, so come on in and experience that cosy feeling you’ve been after at this restaurant in Sydney’s Roseville Chase.
Using local and sustainable ingredients, the kitchen team at Teta’s aims to emulate the fresh cooking style that’s used in Lebanon and Armenia. Start off with a sambousik, a savoury pastry filled with minced lamb, onions and pine nuts, or take a plate of fried calamari served with aioli and lemon. For your entree, try the samke harra, a grilled barramundi fillet topped with coriander, tahini, capsicum, chilli, garlic and onion. Vegetarian? Try the hummus and homemade falafel or go for the baba ghannouj, a creamy eggplant dip made with garlic and tahini. If that’s up your alley (it’s definitely up ours) we recommend making a reservation for Teta’s on Babbage Road in Sydney’s Roseville Chase.
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