Where are the best places to eat at in Parramatta?
Bringing all of Sicily's charm and Italy's mouth-watering cuisine to Parramatta is Sicilian. Hearty and rustic, the Parramatta pizza palace has been dishing out provincial Sicilian and Italian food for over ten years. Offering a menu filled with authentic wood-fire pizzas and gutsy pasta dishes - the Sicilian's warm welcome is extended 365 days a year. There are speedy weekday lunch specials that includes a complimentary glass of wine and early bird dinners, with $5 drinks between 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm on weekdays.
Rio's Brazilian Barbeque Restaurant
Just like the great Aussie barbie, Brazilians have a penchant for flame-grilled feasts with friends, only with a little more spice on the spit-roast. Delight in a full Brazilian churrasco barbecue experience at Parramatta's Rio Brazilian Barbeque Restaurant. The buffet style menu means you can relax while excellent meat is brought to your table and sliced in front of you.
Housed in a sandstone heritage building, with crisp cloth-covered tables and soft music, Courtney's Brasserie is the premier choice for intimate special occasions. Sourcing it's produce from a 200-kilometre radius, the menu is Modern Australian with European influences - changing daily. Your eyes will be awed by the plating artwork, while your senses of smell and taste are fully engaged by the chef's culinary expertise.
Lord of the Fries
Based on their love of the mighty french fry, food made with love, not animals and a passion for the environment, the Lord’s offering is all-inclusive with a 100% vegetarian menu. Lord of the Fries source local where possible and the menu includes low gluten, Halal, Kosher and vegan fare that will satisfy even the most carnivorous of stomachs.