Every Tuesday and Thursday this Chippendale cellardoor will be serving up its own take on the French dining tradition. From 5.30pm, Handpicked Wines will be scraping melted cheese directly from a wheel of raclette and onto your plate of potatoes, cured meats and cornichons for $24 per serve. Vegetarians can also get involved with a meat-free option for $20, and you can add on a wine flight to really lean into a winter of Euro excess.
This French and Swiss tradition takes 'adding cheese on top' to the next level. Raclette is a semi-hard cow's milk cheese, which is melted under a grill and then scraped onto cheese-friendly accoutrements, including boiled potatoes, pickles, cold cuts and mushrooms.
We've found six places you can indulge your love of dairy this winter, because nothing lines your ribs against the chill like molten cheese.
Want more curds? Here's our guide to the best cheese dishes in Sydney. Or just after French food generally? Check out our list of the best French restaurants in Sydney. And there's no time like the present to tick something off your bucket list with the 50 best things to do in Sydney.