Sydney’s Sensational Charcuterie Boards

Love some nibbles with your glass of wine? Seriously, who doesn’t? Well, we’re bringing you the best charcuterie boards filled with an assortment of cured meats, cheeses, olives, crackers and perhaps a touch of fruit too.

The Stinking Bishop
The Stinking Bishops

Newtown

Who could argue with a name like that? This Newtown institution is a glorious utopia for those who appreciate fine meats, cheeses, breads, beers, wines and whiskeys, whether you’re dining in or taking away. We’d recommend the four-meat charcuterie option, which includes your choice of meats, Brickfield Bread and Eskal Pickles. And to drink? Why, a glass of rich, gamey GSM ‘Joshua’ 2014, will do quite nicely! Find out more

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Sydney Charcuterie

Alegrias Spanish Tapas

Balmain

From the glinting wine glasses to the impossibly well-polished floor, this place is a shining example of Spain at its best. It’s also thoroughly delicious, as you’ll find out when you sample the ‘Tabla de Entremeses’. That’s Serrano ham, Manchego cheese, Salamanca chorizo and salami, with marinated olives, bread and olive oil. Sangria is the way to go on the drinks front, naturally. Make sure to book in advance, though, as tables fill up quickly! Find out more

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Salt Meats Cheese

Alexandria

Nestled in the heart of the grounds, this sprawling foodporium has shelf after shelf of goodies from around the world, with everything from Korean cooking sauces to American breakfast cereals. Bring your pals and order up a grazing board of cured meats, cheeses and pickles, complete with handmade preserves and bread. You can even watch them skilfully assemble the board if you sit near the charcuterie section! Find out more

“Wonderful deli filled with international produce and incredible spices which are great for cooking. The store is also conveniently located next the Grounds so it helps pass the time as you’re waiting for a table to eat. However, Salt Meats cheese itself also has food available which is so incredibly fragrant – from pizzas to cured meats to nutella treats.” – kningja


Sydney Charcuterie

Baccomatto Osteria

Surry Hills

A gorgeous Italian restaurant with outstanding service, the ‘make-your-own’ charcuterie options here are plentiful indeed. Salumi and formaggi galore awaits your selection, along with yummy extras like Sicilian anchovies and button mushrooms. Better yet, if you place yourself right, you can even watch the singing chefs preparing it while you sip on a glass of Italian house wine. Perfetto! Find out more

“I did fall in love with this place. Perfect little wine bar where you can sit at a table or sit at the marble top bar to eat or drink whilst watching the friendly bartenders make cocktails. Food is amazing, authentic Italian. Must try the peppercorn meatballs and fried calamari! Highly recommended” – rina.v


Nomad

Nomad

Surry Hills

With its masterful cooks, spacious, modern interior and premium wine list, Nomad is definitely one of Sydney’s heavy hitters on the charcuterie scene. Its house-made Nomad Charcuterie offering has all sorts of deliciousness thrown in, from chorizo to pork shoulder to ox heart (if you dare). It goes down even better with a refreshing ‘Jet Pilot’ cocktail. Trust us, it’s a match made in heaven! Find out more

I.love.Nomad. It is just so delish in so many ways. Stand out dishes for me were the parfait (I believe this is now discontinued, but it was gorgeous and my favourite dish), the goats cheese churros and the lamb neck. The service makes you feel really special and the ambience is on point! – ShrimpyNoodle

Whatever your favourite charcuterie place is, don’t forget to leave them a review. Happy munching!

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