The South African sausages were really the big hit- homemade, not too fatty but wonderfully seasoned. The fried chicken also went down well- not quite karaage, but a nice take.
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We had a lovely meal here last night. The menu was extensive and each of the dishes we chose were delicious. We shared our meals and they were well timed. I would certainly go to Radio Cairo again and can thoroughly recommend it - you...More
This place has almost perfected the feel of vintage adventure. The old movies playing and the decor give it a great Art Deco feel. Very convenient for a post or pre film dinner at the orpheum over the road. The food was wonderful and adventurous...More
The restaurant was buzzing - great to be out with so many people having fun. Our waitress was delightful and made good recommendations. We loved the sosaties as a starter - tender and tasty. For main course we enjoyed sirloin slippers and the most tender...More
What a fabulous night! My husband wanted something different for his birthday. He was not disappointed and he can be quite judgmental!! Incredible service and the most delicious meals. Meats cooked PERFECTLY, with beautiful flavours and sides. If only we had room for dessert. Definitely...More
This place is a gem in Cremorne. We had reservations on a Sunday night. We got a little corner table and had really good service. Our waitress made great recommendations and answered all of our questions easily. We started with calamari and the caramelized onion...More
We try to go to Radio Cairo every month. It is easily in the top ten restaurants in Sydney. Place is funky, staff are unreal and there is nothing on the menu you wouldn't order again. Highly recommended. Booking is essential.
We were in Cremorne for appointments and heading back to Hunter Valley about 5pm but decided on a quick meal at Radio Cairo so as to avoid the peak hour traffic. We have always enjoyed the food here and were not disappointed this time. We...More