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Owner operator Frank Ribosa asks a vital question, who doesn’t like a schnitzel? The answer, no one, is given more than enough justification by the veteran restaurateur’s latest venture, The Schnitzel Kitchen, found in the midst of Concord’s foodie hub along Majors Bay Road. The name might suggest a rather obsessive focus, but there’s more than just schnitzel sitting in the kitchen here. While the menu focuses on putting a modern Australian and European twist on the classic schnitzel, all at great prices, The Schnitzel Kitchen is a Sydney family-favourite for its laidback atmosphere, too.
A lovely evening! Situated in a great area and the portions are HUGE. FRiendly service and relaxed family friendly setting. Would come back for sure.
Very friendly staff and every request that we made was greeted with a smile. The meals were very large and were good value for money.
The food was delicious. The staff are all friendly and very polite. I will definitely come back
The Schnitzel Kitchen’s Majors Bay Road premises offers a relaxed, casual environment for diners to indulge in affordable, generously apportioned modern Australian and European cuisine. Predominantly, yes, schnitzel – Sydney’s best schnitzel. Choose from veal fillet, chicken breast, pork loin, whiting fillets, or a vegetarian stack of zucchini, eggplant, and mushrooms. If you’re feeling fancy, go for this Leichardt restaurant’s specialty schnitzel: Greek lamb with feta and oregano, Kangaroo with rosemary and parmesan, Wagyu beef with panko and aioli, or chicken cordon bleu with Praga ham and the house cheese mix. These and The Schnitzel Kitchen’s range of gourmet sauces, toppings and sides form the foundations of this Concord restaurant’s offering.
The portions at The Schnitzel Kitchen are big, so start small with some eminently European entrees like Greek dips and pita, garlic prawns and calamari, Spanish meatballs, croquettes and chorizo (owner Frank Ribosa hails from Spain – these are the real deal). At the very least, starters like these are good introductions to the way this Sydney restaurant interprets the time-honoured form of the unadorned schnitzel. Wash it all down with The Schnitzel Kitchen’s extensive range of drinks: soft stuff and milkshakes for the kids (who also have their own mini-schnitzel menu), an international selection of wine and beer, and great cocktails. Everyone likes a schnitzel, and everyone knows that Concord’s Majors Bay Road is home to The Schnitzel Kitchen – book in now so you and yours are assured a table.