Located right in the heart of Glebe on Glebe Point Road, head to Tommy’s Beer Cafe for a refreshing retreat away from the bustle of this busy Sydney district. Despite its name, beer isn’t the only attraction in this traditional Austrian joint. At Tommy’s beer cafe you will find a range of Austrian cuisine and classic European dishes, from Hungarian goulash to German schnitzel and pork belly. However, those who came for the beer will not be left disappointed, with a vast array of European beers available on tap.
Priding themselves on providing a wide range of premium European beers, Tommy’s Beer Cafe will please even the most discerning of beer enthusiasts. At this Austrian beer house located on Glebe Point Road in Sydney’s Glebe district, you will find a large selection of imported beer from all over Europe. These include Budejovicky Budvar Lager – a 90-day-matured Czech lager, Belgian fruit beers and German Pilsners, among others. Soak up your beer with a range of European cuisine from Austria, Hungary, Germany, the Czech Republic and more.
Try authentic Hungarian veal goulash – a meat and vegetable stew seasoned with paprika and served with dumplings, or some Slovak halusky - potato gnocchi drizzled in Bryndza cheese and bacon. Communal tables and exposed brick walls add to the traditional Austrian vibe here in Glebe, Relax in the cozy environment while snacking on one of the sharing platters, pretzels or their massive one metre sausage while enjoying your premium imported beer. Take a trip to Tommy’s Beer Cafe for a taste of authentic Austrian culture in Sydney.