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Our foodie friends Cliff and Kathy, with whom we explore some of Sydney’s more unusual restaurants, own the D to D Café in the southern suburb of Beverly Hills.  Between Christmas and New Year, they were closed for renovations, and we couldn’t resist driving down for a meal to check out their new look.

The cafe was packed last night, so I didn’t get to take pictures of their pretty new decor, but we did have a  great feed, including selections from their new tapas menu. There were garlic king prawns, which came out sizzling…

…salt and pepper squid…

…garlic and herb roasted potatoes..

and these very moreish soy sauce chicken wings.

The well-stocked dessert cabinet boasted a mile high lemon meringue pie…

and a Mars Bar and Nutella cheesecake, which I’ve never been game to try!

The café is right next to the Beverly Hills Cinema complex, and it’s a great place for a quick meal before a movie.  If you do have a bit more time though, it’s always worth checking out Cliff’s wine and beer lists.  As a serious wine buff, he always has some interesting bottles on offer!

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D to D Café
457 King Geoges Rd
Beverly Hills  NSW 2209
Tel: (02) 9580 3328

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