Sydney’s Top Five Charcuterie Spots

It might sound cheesy, but Sydney has fallen head-over-heels in love with charcuterie. There’s nothing like sharing a board of deli slices, fancy cheeses, and artisan crackers to bring people together. Here are our top picks for your charcuterie fix when you’re out and about.

The Stinking Bishops

5/63-71 Enmore Rd, Newtown

Whether you know what you like, or are willing to try something new, The Stinking Bishops has you covered. Customise your own charcuterie board with over 40 international cheeses and meats. It’s so gouda you’ll be racing back for more.

Palmer & Co

Abercrombie Ln, Sydney

Tucked into an alley, and hidden underground is a clandestine bar themed after the 1920’s. Enjoy marinated olives, cheese and cured meats as part of their charcuterie menu, served to you by dapper barmen and waitresses dressed as flappers. Palmer & Co is just about as nice as it can brie!

Continental Deli Bar Bistro

210 Australia St, Newtown

Continental Deli Bar is renowned for their house-tinned cocktails, and exquisite selection of cheese, meat and fish. Enjoy the ‘chefs menu’, where each item is selected for you by the conversant team. For one of Sydney’s most diverse charcuterie boards, you pancetta check out Continental Deli, they won’t disappoint.

White Rabbit Sydney

28-34 O’Connell St, Sydney

If you’re a fan of cured meats, antipasto, and tapas, White Rabbit is the place to check out. The modern, dark interior creates the perfect backdrop to a post-work treat. Try their house-dried meats and wine pairings. Simply ham-azing!

Eau De Vie

229 Darlinghurst Rd, Sydney

This 1920’s themed bar is known for its love of whisky and amazing craft cocktails. Enjoy their food menu, dedicated to outstanding charcuterie, with a paired wine or cocktail in your other hand. Eau De Vie it one of Sydney’s finest charcuterie spots, ciabatta believe it.

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Photos: Continental Deli Bar Facebook, Palmer & Co