Thursday, September 18, 2014

Three Williams - The Place Where Narnies Were Born

Three Williams -  The Place Where Narnies Were Born

Cafe: Three Williams | Websitehttp://www.threewilliams.com/ 

Address: 613a Elizabeth St Redfern, Sydney, Australia
Phone: (02) 9698 - 1111
Opening Times: Monday - Sunday 7am to 4pm

Must Try: Mushroom Narnie and Brioche French Toast





Three Williams is the place where Narnies were born and it's on both Jess and I's to-go list. So naturally, Jess and I jumped with joy when we got the invitation to try out their new menu! Poor Jess was gutted when she found out that she won't be in Sydney on the day. 

Super Smoothie - Kale, Apricot, Apple, LSA, Banana, Ginger, Cinnamon (Dairy Free) $8

This was given to us upon arrival. If you think green stuff won't taste nice, this will prove you wrong! The ginger and cinnamon makes this drink healthy and delicious.




Crispy School Prawns $8

These prawns sure were crispy, along with their aioli, I could have them all day as a snack! Three Williams is currently applying for a liquor license, I can imagine these being a very popular bar snack and what's more, it's only $8. Just be careful when eating them because their sharp shells might poke your gums. 

Seasonal house made soda $5/$12

Their soda makes me want to buy a SodaStream! This drink is perfect for Summer - it's refreshing and not too sweet.

Narnies - Herb rubbed free range roast duck with roast pears, rocket,
apple balsamic & aioli $16

ANDDD the famous narnies! My oh my, the duck was succulent and it goes so well with the roast pear. The aioli bind everything together.

Narnies - Wild Mushrooms, baby spinach, truffle balsamic, stracchino
cheese sauce & parmesan $15

Bloggers being bloggers, our camera always eat first! As I was shooting this, the aroma of mouth watering truffle and mushrooms were screaming "EAT ME NOW!" to my tummy. This was no doubt my favourite dish of the night, the flavours were awesome with the beautifully cooked shrooms and the cheese sauce was simply amazing.

Grilled Atlantic octopus, savoy cabbage, chilli, radish, preserved lemon,
hazelnuts & jalapeno dressing $17

"I can easily go vegetarian if all salads are this tasty" this was all of our response as we digged into the dish. The octopus was fresh served with a zesty dressing. Couldn't really taste the chilli nor jalapeno, but give me a whole dish of this, I can easily demolish for you!

Organic tofu, charred broccolini, roasted almonds, Japanese seaweed & fresh peas $15

Another yummy salad. The broccolini was freshly sweet and the seaweed gives an umami taste. I love how both salads includes roasted nuts. Both salads are healthy and it certainly is great for Summer.

Slow roasted free range pork loin, caramelized apple puree, cherry tomato & black pudding $18

Ok.. I had a hard time choosing between this dish or the mushroom narnie as my fav dish. The pork was so tender that even cutting it with a table knife was done without an effort. It was complimented with the sweet apple puree and salty black pudding. I'm salivating just by reminiscing the flavours.

Rangers Valley mbs 7+ wagyu minute steak with red wine butter & chips $19

Chips! TRIPLE COOKED CHIPS! Just like the crispy prawns, I can eat them all day long, I guess I have a thing towards fried stuff hehe. The steak was well cooked but it's the red wine butter that wins my tastebuds. It actually went quite well with the chips.

Pea seared market fish with pea purée, broad beans & snow pea tendrils $20

Despite being full from all the food, this dish was really enjoyable with the perfectly cooked Dory served with a sweet pea purée plus tangy dressing.

Crunchy brioche French toast with caramelized bananas, hazelnuts &
Belgian Chocolate $16

Last but not least, BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST! I thought the batter would be a little crispier but the luscious chocolate sauce and crunchy made it more-ish and yup our table went for seconds.

My night sampling at Three Williams was very memorable as every dish was cooked so well. Their new menu is definitely ideal for Summer and I can't wait to go back for another mushroom narnie!!

Xx
Feli

All comments are based on my own opinions. A warm thank you to Alana from Wasamedia and Three Williams for the invitation.  


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2 comments:

  1. Great to see a few new narnie flavours hit the menu! And I love fried school prawns. Yum!

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  2. the mushroom narnie was so good :D fried school prawns are addictive !

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