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Mascot, NSW

4.1
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Scott Seymour Feb 09, 2020
Overall good experience. They accept priority pass so decided to try them out and was pleased overall. Service was great and pretty fast. Food overall was good. See less
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Stephen Leahey Jan 10, 2020
Food and wine just like their other locations. Price is very reasonable for the airport. See less
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yusaurus Dec 28, 2019
Simple yet delicious breakfast. For an airport joint... I was pleasantly surprised how good it was! See less
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N M Nov 22, 2019
Overall: 5 Location: 5 Foods: 5 Drinks: 5 Atmosphere: 5 Service: 5 Cost Performance: 5 Smoking: no Tourist Friendly: yes Credit Card: yes Comments: it’s located near Gate 31 of Terminal 2. Of course, you can use your Priority Pass with AUD$36 deducted from your total bill. My favorite is Chardonnay ($13.50) and Cecina ($19.50). Just enjoy your dining for free! Cheers! See less
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Debi Slinger Nov 07, 2019
Another day. Another airport. Tried Movida this time and it wasn’t too bad but oh the beers were expensive. The snack of Bomba was tasty but a little over cooked. Staff were friendly. Wheelchair accessible - if you can make you’re way through all the visitors carry-on luggage. Kid friendly - well kind of. Since I first came I’ve returned again and found it to be still the same which is rare as good - staff make it better though. See less
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Sarah charles (Thewhereto) Oct 27, 2019
If you actually want some decent food at the airport, go to Movida - a range of small quality tapas food. We had sardine on toast, calamari sandwich and beers. Reasonably priced too. See less
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Lance Li Mar 17, 2019
Movida, one of the two restaurants in the Priority Pass offering in Terminal 2 of Sydney International Airport, is conveniently located right after the security check point. Known for Spanish Tapas and wine bars, I arrived too early to enjoy any of that. Instead, they have a pleasant breakfast selection which was very comforting for morning travelers. Not only was the food made to order (fresh and hot), it was also delicious for the friendly prize. Loved the roasted tomato and mushroom that came with the breakfast combo, a must try. French toast, not so much, a much better choice would be the croissant. Service was very friendly and quick, I was greeted by one of the two staffs there with big smile, made the experience even more enjoyable. 🍡Must order🍡 - Movida cappuccino - Croissant with cheese and bacon - Breakfast combo 📜Score (five star scale): 🏝Environment: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 👍Services: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 🍽Taste: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 💰Price: ~USD 20/person Address: Inside terminal 2 of Sydney International Airport See less
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Jackie McMillan Jan 11, 2019
Flying to Hobart over the holidays gave me an opportunity to get reacquainted with Movida. The only remaining Sydney offshoot of Frank Camorra’s popular, Melbourne-based empire is positioned at the base of the escalators, just after you pass through the metal detectors at Sydney Airport’s T2 (terminal two). Movida serves the kind of Spanish food that really lends itself to servicing the time-pressured demands of people eating inside a busy airport. This style of eating means you can order a couple of things to get started, and order more as you go along, eliminating the need to speed-eat your food if your flight starts to board. While it’s a reasonably simple fit-out, with blonde wood tables and black banquettes, terracotta floor tiles and dimmer lighting, it still provides some respite from the over-lit, fluorescent white terminal. Beverages will also help drown out the noise, from a dark and brooding but not tannic Sangria ($10/$40) served by copas or jarra (goblet or jug) to a floral Moon Dog ‘Old Mate’ Pale Ale ($12) beer chaser. The drinks help take the edge off and allow us to sink into enjoying Movida’s well-chosen, chilled out tunes. For a solo diner, tapa plates are perfect, though if you’re sharing, hit up the larger raciones. Either way, kick off with an Anchoa ($5/each) each - they're single hand-filleted Cantabrian anchovies set on a wafer-thin cracker topped with a tiny quenelle of smoked tomato sorbet then dusted with capers and herbs. We stayed with tapa by ordering one apiece, moving from Bomba ($5/each) or potato bombs flavoured with chorizo and topped with a lightly spicy sauce, to even better Croqueta ($4.90). The latter take milky, salty Mahon cheese made on the Spanish island of Menorca, and combine it with leek into a smooth and creamy golden crumbed log that’ll make you want to order another one straight after. Round out the corners with a Spanish sandwich, or Bocadillo de Chorizo ($9.50) presented on a small, crusty square roll. It’s all about the big, round slab of excellent chorizo, its round earthiness lifted by tangy, thin green Basque peppers called guindillas. You’ll also find these tangy, little flavour explosions on the Jamon Serrano ($16/50 grams) with thin, moist slices of cured Spanish ham that can be eaten on crusty white bread with fruity olive oil, or simply placed on your tongue and allowed to melt in a moment of meaty Communion. Movida is how to get your domestic holiday started right. See less
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Sam Jan 09, 2019
Makes airport waits somewhat tolerable See less
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Yugal Nagda Oct 23, 2018
We had breakfast el grande. Fried eggs with tomato and mushrooms on sourdough bread was amazing. We also had cappuccino which was great as well. Service was amazing. They also had great selection of pastries. They also had Australian pale ale on tap. I would highly recommend this restaurant. See less
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John Daniell Aug 19, 2018
Movida should have been amazing. But these Spicy Wings and Carrot Salad were below average. I gasped when I saw the bill $22 for 7 wings??? Movida, your name is a good one, don’t sell yourself cheap, just because you’re at the airport. See less
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Victor Wang Jul 09, 2018
A lovely casual laid-back restaurant in the T2 of Sydney airport. Food is a little on the expensive side but it is high quality and quite tasty. Made even better that they take priority pass. The tapas small plates are all extremely small so be aware but the food quality was good. The steak main dish I got was delicious as well albeit quite small and expensive. See less
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Ian Argent Jun 17, 2018
Soy cap, muesli (with soy milk) and fruit toast at Movida (Sydney airport). And then there was lemongrass tea... (The cappuccino went west before the photo shoot.) See less
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G MV Oct 16, 2017
A great sit-down spot to have a decent breakfast at Sydney Domestic Airport. The Sardine open toast is fantastic! See less
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Raymond Wen Oct 01, 2017
The tapas here were quite good for the price. However breakfast is a bit of a let down. So overall 4 stars See less
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Does Movida offer takeaway?

Yes, Movida offers takeaway services. However we encourage you to call us first.

Where is Movida located?

Its located at Domestic Terminal 2, Keith Smith Ave, Mascot NSW 2020, Australia

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Domestic Terminal 2, Keith Smith Ave, Mascot NSW 2020, Australia
+61 2 9114 6550
Opening Days
Movida is open 7 days a week ( Tuesday to Monday). Please contact the business for actual opening hours.
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