Hungarian food is hearty and filling, and big on flavour. At Bondi Cosmo on Bondi Road in, well, Bondi, they offer the finest in cuisine from this Central European nation, with a menu that encompasses the full range of delicacies and specialities that keep Hungary from going hungry. Sydney is a city of plenty of different dining options, and if you fancy something a little bit different, then book a table at Bondi Cosmo for a taste of Budapest.
Nice ambience and good food. Staff are nice. Overall, a nice dining experience. A great place for small group of gathering and will visit again
Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant in Bondi on 26 nd October 2017 At 4 : 00 pm . Many thing we actually enjoyed!
A nice place should you look for a comfortable and not- crowded environment for lunch in a traditional industrial area. Food is good and price is reasonable. Coffee is great!
If you’re feeling hungry in Bondi, then heading down for a spot of Hungary is the perfect option. On Bondi Road, en route to the famous beach, you can swing by one of the finest Hungarian restaurants in Sydney: Bondi Cosmo. Open every day except Monday, their menu takes in all the influences within the cuisine of Hungary: schnitzel from Austria to the north, pasta dishes from Italy to the south, as well as the iconic paprika-tinged dishes that one would associate with Hungarian cuisine.
Hungarian specialities are some of the most celebrated in Europe, and few in Sydney do them better than Bondi Cosmo. Veal is a major ingredient in the cuisine of Hungary, and so features heavily in this Bondi Road restaurant menu: bakonyi is veal cooked in a mushroom and cream sauce, and veal shanks are roasted in a garlic & paprika jus. Goulash is obviously a favourite as well, and is served up with nockerl, Hungarian dumplings. If you’re heading to Bondi for a feed, then a trip to Bondi Cosmo for a hearty Hungarian meal is always a good idea.