MediTrainean, Crows Nest

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SYDNEY | There’s a new little lunch and dinner haunt in Crows Nest that shows that Japanese food isn’t the only cuisine that can be served in motion. MediTrainean (as the pun intends) serves up quick and clean Mediterranean favourites in a delightful, light filled space on Alexander Street. The focus is on food that’s fast to your table, but of a high quality using local, fresh, seasonal ingredients.

Vegetarians can rejoice at the options available on the train including a range of dips, salads and small dishes including the deli favourite, vine leaves, and a zucchini parmigiana. Diners can also order fresh from the grill for a range of meat and seafood dishes. Be sure not to skip the tender and tomatoey meatballs, the juicy lamb skewers or the dukkah spiced scallops.

Just a word to the solo diners to be wary of the prices, with plates sitting between $5-$7 and grills between $10 and $13. It’s easy to pick up a favorite or two but to get the big spread, enjoy as a pair or in small groups.

MediTrainean

55 Alexander Street
Crows Nest
New South Wales 2065
Australia

Telephone: (02) 8970 1521
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.meditrainean.com.au/

Open
Sat, Tue – Wed: 5:30pm to 10:00pm
Thu – Fri: 12:00pm to 10:00pm

MediTrainean Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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Anita is an enthusiast of music, art, food and drink who is most at home when she is not. She is fascinated by the way culture is communicated by what's on the plate, on the walls, in the streets and through the stories of people. Throughout her travels she was most inspired by the Spanish sense of hospitality, where it is simply about making good food for good people. As a long-time member of Sydney's bar industry, she seeks to support and celebrate the nuances and creative efforts that go into opening new venues and keeping old ones exciting. Above all else, she believes that the key to any great experience with food and drink can only be furthered by the talent behind it and the people who serve it.

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