Time Out says
Pop-up gone permanent, Erskine Villa is here to stay
"A taste of things to come" is how pop-up restaurant Erskine Villa is introduced tself to the local community. The restaurant's menu is loose and shifting, focusing on exploring Sydney's taste for modern Australian cuisine with European and Mediterranean accents.
With weekend brunches and low key dinners from Wednesday to Friday, you can try chicken liver parfait with pickled baby grapes, or Fremantle octopus with caponata. For brunch there's a coffee-rubbed hanger steak with tatertot waffle, bacon, soubise, watercress and fried egg.
Executive chef Brian Villahermosa, restaurant manager Keria Page and bar manager Stanley Hsu aim to establish and build well-grounded community ties. So look out for food workshops and classes, including artist dinners, food, art and music events, guest chef nights and more.
63 Erskineville Road
|Transport:||Nearby stations: Erskineville|
|Opening hours:||Daily 7am-4.30pm|