Foodies are flocking to western Sydney to visit a little-known eatery that many say is a rip-off of one of the city’s most popular restaurants: Totti’s.
In fact, some foodies claim the food is even better.
Miscellaneous Located in the Great Western Sydney suburb of Parramatta, it treats guests to a gourmet menu of delicious Italian dishes that rivals the famous Merivale institution.
Totti’s three locations in Bondi, Rozelle and George Street are Sydneysiders’ hottest casual hotspots – and now those in the western suburbs can get a taste of the action too.
Others offers its own burrata, wood-fired bread, pasta and pizza, which many say rivals the cult favorite.
The luxury restaurant has been one of Paramatta’s most popular lunch spots, but is now open for dinner too, offering a brand new, modern Mediterranean-style menu.
Others in the Great Western Sydney suburb of Parramatta are being hailed as a copycat of popular hotspot Totti’s – and some say the food is even better
Others offers its own burrata, wood-fired breads, pastas and pizzas that many say rival the cult favorite
Food bloggers Kate and Alex, known as the Grocery Inbox, pays for other things. Visit us and enjoy the $90 menu with items like dips, olives, lamb shoulder, broccolini, charcuterie and fries.
“Located in the beautiful surroundings of Parramatta Park, this is definitely a western spot for a sweet dinner or a night out with the girls,” they wrote in an Instagram post.
“This meal is WORTH it, guys!” “We were totally full afterward, you all know we have empty pits in our stomachs.”
Another guest named Misc. a “Totti’s Dupe” and said they served the best burrata she had ever tasted.
“It was uniquely infused with lime leaf oil and paired perfectly with the soft wood-fired bread and salty prosciutto,” she said.
Other menu highlights include the Sydney Rock Oysters, split roasted prawns, village tomatoes and fried zucchini flowers.
The restaurant is housed in a stunningly restored shed with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams above the curved stone bars and a 300-seat dining area
Food bloggers Kate and Alex, known as Food Inbox, visited Misc. and indulge in the $90 menu featuring dishes like dips, olives, lamb shoulder, broccolini, charcuterie and fries
Other menu highlights include the Sydney Rock Oysters, split roasted prawns, village tomatoes and fried zucchini flowers
The restaurant is housed in a stunningly restored shed with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams above the curved stone bars and a 300-seat dining area overlooking the heritage-listed Parramatta Park.
Behind miscellaneous. is chef Sebastian Geray, consultant Joel Bennetts and restaurateur Jad Nehmetallah, who many know from the TV show Googlebox.
Dozens of online users have expressed their excitement about the new western Sydney restaurant, with some saying it’s “better than Totti’s”.
“This is at the top of my visit list!” One woman said and another wrote: “This place is on another level.”
“Oh my god, they’re actually like Totti’s,” one user wrote, while someone replied: “Right?!” Except no credit card when booking.
“What a great restaurant, probably the best restaurant in Parramatta,” one user added.