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Lunch at Cafe Paci for The Birthday Boy

Cafe Paci opened up on King Street Newtown just before the lockdown so, even tho, I had been lining up to buy their extraordinary bread … potatoes and molasses this has been our first opportunity to try the food.

Anon – now Slim, on this blog – has been on a very disciplined track to loose some weight, on his birthday ( Saturday ) he has lost 20% of body weight. So Cafe Paci was a fabulous place to celebrate.

Chef Pasi Petänen can spin Pacojets with the best of them. But with his new, permanent home in Sydney’s Inner West, the chef and serial pop-up artist shows he can still win at the basics.

We worked our way through the house potato and molasses bread ($4) and the liquorice cake with carrot sorbet and yoghurt mousse ($15). A few standouts include potato dumplings with trout XO sauce.  There’s also the “very Finnish” herring and potato dish, which is topped with sour-cream dressing and raw onion.

Petanen says he’s leaning towards a European bistro or bar style of dining, where people can pop in for a drink and a few oysters at the bar, or settle in for the long haul in the restaurant.

https://www.cafepaci.com.au

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  1. So happy it was a great celebration for you both + a memorable birthday for Slim! Fabulous photos of Paci’s quite delicious food- and yes the potato molasses bread is out of this world!

  2. Yes, it’s a wonderful restaurant. Some very fine photos, too, especially the birthday portrait.

  3. Loved this restaurant. It’s atmosphere and food and warm friendly service were just perfect. And of course I totally love Lorrie the most perfect partner in life that any boy could even imagine.

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