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dined on Tue, 16 Jan 2018

This was the second time I had visited and I have enjoyed my dining experience each time. The menu is extensive with a wide variety to suit all preferences. I will go back again.

dined on Thu, 28 Dec 2017

Food was awsome service was good bur the bar was a little slow. Will definitely go again though

dined on Thu, 21 Dec 2017

Great food and service. Could have a few more wines available.

dined on Fri, 6 Oct 2017

Superb!! Loved my birthday celebrations here <3

dined on Tue, 26 Sep 2017

Food was excellent, service very good. The owner goes out of his way to make you feel welcome and valued.
Rawlyn Jones

dined on Wed, 20 Sep 2017

Great place, friendly staff, great food and comprehensive menu.

dined on Sat, 26 Aug 2017

Delicious food that caters to all consumers. Amazing meat dishes and endless choices for vegetarians and gluten intolerant people. The service was a bit slow however we went on a night there were no spare seats. It's an asset to the Warners Bay Area.
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About Sephardim

On the trade route Housed on the shores of Lake Macquarie is Sephardim, a small and intimate Mediterranean tapas bar just waiting to be discovered. Owned and run by husband and wife team Danny and Emma Clark, Sephardim takes it's customers on a culinary journey around the ancient trade routes of the Mediterranean, offering Spanish, Moorish, Turkish and Persian delights. The menu is enormous and you’re bound to find something to tickle your tastebuds. Start with a few tapas dishes to share - we love the smoked pork belly with a soft lentil ragu - before moving on to a main. For something really special opt for the Tagine, with Moroccan slow cooked beef stew with pumpkin, cous-cous and harissa. The theatre that happens when the lid lifts on the tagine and the steam billows out is truly spectacular. Best Dish: tagine.

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