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The Hills residents of Sydney are all over Urban Kitchen & Grill, a restaurant and cafe known in the Castle Hill neighbourhood for its comprehensive, hunger-busting menu and the occasional live gig just to keep things extra buzzy. Squeezed into the busy retail and dining district at The Piazza along Old Northern Road, Urban Kitchen & Grill somehow manages to do its own squeeze and pack out a menu with a huge range of snacks and salads, pasta and risotto, big burgers, fresh-as-a-daisy cocktails and more. Ever busy, be sure to book.
The food was very good. The service was very good too. The thick shake was very delicious. I would definitely come here again some time!
Always a great place to eat - one of my favourite restaurants!
Food ok -I had the veggie hamburger. Size of coleslaw aaa side very small - about a tablespoon. Chips weren’t very hot or crisp. Service good.
Northwest Sydney’s Urban Kitchen & Grill are already winning accolades for their vibrant offering, in terms of both atmosphere and food. This cafe, bar and restaurant pays homage to its Castle Hill location with its signature Hills District burger – only one of the hugely generous stacks on offer – that builds up a fortress of grass-fed beef, caramelised onion, bacon, cheese, and a homemade sauce on a brioche bun. Besides the infamous burgers, Urban Kitchen & Grill do a strong line in seafood, steak, chicken dishes plus a smattering of Lebanese and Italian classics, too.
International in character through and through, Urban Kitchen & Grill keep the full-spectrum offering running into desserts and drinks, with Papa’s Cheesecakes and the housemade waffles both winners for those with a sweet tooth. Open seven days a week, this popular Castle Hill eatery also does a big breakfast selection for early risers up and out along Old Northern Road. The breakfast plate takes in bacon or smoked salmon along with grilled tomato and halloumi, sauteed mushrooms, avocado, baked beans plus eggs your way and a side of Turkish bread. But given that Urban Kitchen’s burgers are famous in this corner of Sydney, we know that despite your New Years’ resolution to do the right thing by breakfast you won’t be able to resist the Sunrise burger – a big breakfast plate stuffed into a bun.