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Address: Level 2, Shop 2, 13 Kirketon Rd Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Phone: 02 9356 4535
Email: tomislav@tomislav.com.au

Tags: wine, modern australian, outdoor dining, water view, wheelchair access, cocktails

Who knew that the densely populated Darlinghurst would hold something different? The modern Australian inspired menu would surely make your mouth crave for more. The entire place is situated in a discreet hushed suburb, creating that very shocking moment when you step into its entrance.

Tomislav, a warm place that is in the heart of Darlinghurst, is a gem to behold. Although the food is contemporary Australian, the walls are wrapped with Japanese wall paper, embellished with gold cranes that will always be there to welcome you back, leading you to the breathtaking view of the Harbour Bridge. The lights of the city that seem to glitter like fireflies fluttering around ones view is sure to always make one want to come back for more.

Tomislav’s chef alone holds his own grandeur. Tomislav Martinovic, trained by the world’s most renowned chefs like Fat Duck’s Heston Blumenthal, Bennelong’s Guillaume Brahimi, The Capital Hotel in London’s Eric Chavot, and Matt Moran of Moran’s and Aria. Tomislav Martinovic can surely assure you of a memory worth repeating over and over again. Surprises can be found in between as he uses his modern Australian menu with a dash of quirkiness in the subtle flavors and a lively perspective. All prepared in their open kitchen, food preparation is another sight to remember, making your mouth water as you see your order coming to fruition.

The menu is like your favorite book, full of inspired ideas. From starters to desserts, you would be tempted to order everything, and do it again. The intimacy is sublime. The wines, which Sommelier Owen Crittenden handles, are perfect with your meal. But if ever you’d rather have something non-alcoholic, you can choose from the drinks menu full of their unforgettable concoctions.

If first impressions count, Tomislav Restaurant appears to be understated: This cosy space in an unassuming quiet street in the heart of Darlinghurst is quite a gem. Once inside, Japanese wall paper adorned with golden cranes loyally await your arrival, directing focus to the incredible view of the Harbour Bridge and glittering lights of the city which induce a dash of excitement upon arrival.

Formally trained at Moran’s and Aria under Matt Moran, followed by a stint with Guillaume Brahimi at Bennelong, culinary alchemist Heston Blumenthal of The Fat Duck and under the illustrious Eric Chavot, The Capital Hotel in London- There is no doubt head chef and owner Tomislav Martinovic will surprise you with his unique Modern Australian Cuisine of quirky subtle flavours and playful approach.

Just as the decor dictates, Tomislav is intimate, cool and comfortable implying informal dining in a relaxed atmosphere. The wine list is small yet comprehensive, without failing “by the glass” drinkers. Non vino drinkers do not despair; enjoy the robust drinks menu abundant with delicious concoctions.

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