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A Hungarian pop-up from a top local chef returns to Sydney

Etelek pop-up restaurant
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Potts Point continues to score dining wins, with the announcement of Ételek, a pop-up restaurant on the site of the old Gastro Park. Chef Adam Wolfers (who's been in the kitchen at Yellow, Monopole and Marque) and bar maestro Marc Dempsey will be bringing Eastern European eats to Roslyn St for a three month stint, the second iteration of the concept that also popped up at the now defunct Bar Brose (RIP). Wolfers will draw on his Austrian and Hungarian heritage for a vegetable-focused menu centred around local produce. You can order up lángos, a fried bread dish with cultured cream and dukkah; whole smoked cabbage with Jerusalem artichoke; or a plant-based parsnip schnitzel with hot sauce and pickles. While it's going to be a dinner destination, you should also keep your eyes peeled for one off events and Sunday sessions – there's plans to host New York inspired Sunday brunches and wine dinners. It all kicks off on July 25 and runs through to October 13.

Ételek, 5-9 Roslyn St, Potts Point 2011. Wed-Sat 5-late; Sun 2pm-late. 

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