Dining Out

New menu cooked up at Acres Club

DESIGNED to delight anyone who loves the fusion of Asian, Italian, Mediterranean and Modern Australian cuisine, the new Acres Club menu will impress food lovers.


The Acres head chef Nick Shrestha

With a passion for creating new recipes infusing different texture, flavours and spices, The Acres head chef Nick Shrestha grew up watching his father create modern Nepalese cuisine.
“I was always impressed with his creations and knew I wanted to follow in his footsteps,” Nick said.
After a 15-year career working for some of Sydney’s leading establishments, Nick says he loves the teamwork at The Acres.
“We have a fantastic team here, all putting their heart and soul into serving superb meals and I can’t wait for local residents to come in and try our new menu,” he said.
With all the classic starters and sides including salt and pepper squid, bruschetta, chicken riblets, chips with cheese and bacon, prawn gyozas and arancini ($6-$17), ‘Taste of Italy’ is next up with beautiful pastas such as mushroom risotto, prawn, boscaiola or bolognese linguine or tortellini ($20-$25).
You might prefer a share plate like the Mediterranean or the Meat Lovers ($47-$48).
There’s a range of steak meals ($27-$32) too and mouthwatering burgers ($19-$24) such as The Acreage with the lot and featuring a secret, in-house sauce.
Club favourites include chicken schnitzel, nachos, lamb shanks, grilled salmon, barramundi, Nasi Goreng, BBQ ribs or seafood basket ($17-$44).
While the health conscious will love the poke bowls with wild rice, pickled ginger, seaweed, radish, cucumber, endame and more with tahini dressing or the other crispy and tangy salads ($17-$19) like the vegan with pumpkin, chickpeas, pesto, truss tomatoes and Sumac dressing.
You’ll also get a free meal for your child (under 13) from the extensive Kids Menu, when you purchase a main meal over $20 for lunch or dinner on Mondays and Tuesdays.

The Acres Club, 1 Moondo Street,
Ph: 9759 7445.