I love Agape - it's one of my favourite Sydney restaurants. We've visited a few times and the food is always amazing - fresh, delicious and wholesome. Agape also has a mobile organic food van which pops up in various locations around Sydney - we've sampled a couple of treats recently at Sydney Park - the chocolate brownie is first-class.
What a delightful surprise. A fine dining restaurant with a reasonable priced menu, good variety of food and pleasant atmosphere was a delight to find in Botany. My wife and I had a really lovely evening there recently and enjoyed the food immensely. I don't find organic labelled food as an attraction to dining (as I find the whole concept pretentious) , but I can't argue with the quality of the taste and presentation. Really top notch, great service and wonderful atmosphere. The menu looked to be appealing to a broad customer base with fine dining/ pizza's and tapas all appearing side by side on the menu. Worth a trip if you are looking for a really nice evening out.
I have been to many fine dining restaurants in Sydney. Agape is one of the nicest I have ever been to. The food, wine and service are excellent with my only complaint being that they are not open daily.
I went to Agape for the first time this weekend and had a quite excellent meal. Agape is reputedly Sydney's first organic restaurant & bar, serving biodynamic and organic pizzas, tapas and full meals.....at a very reasonable price. Not the best location in the world, but once you step inside, it's warm and welcoming, the staff doing their best to make you feel at home. Decorated in warm colours with raw wood tables, it really suits the theme. We had the frittata and the scallops to begin, both very competent dishes, the interplay between sweet and acidic flavours being the highlight. Mains were a slow roasted pork belly with crushed potatoes and a seafood stew and again, both were absolutely delicious and perfect for a cold winter night. Accompanying the food is an organic wine list, 7 by the glass. I was a bit lost as I wasn't familiar with many of the wines on the list, but the 2008 Tamburlaine Cabernet Sauvignon was a nice drop, albeit a bit heavy alongside the stew. Would be nice to get a wider range of wines by the glass so as to better match with the meals. The only real let down was the cheese plate, quite standard and uninspiring. We will have to try some of the desserts next time and will report back.
All in all, it's absolutely wonderful to have a good local restaurant near us, the area is crying out for some good food and Agape is certainly delivering on it's promise. Highly recommended and I'll definitely be back soon.