• Restaurants

100 Best City Restaurants

Skip Ad
Louise Lister

Paris bistros, New York restaurants, London pubs—culinary hot spots you can’t afford to miss.

Sydney: Dinner and Drinks

32 of 31

Pre-dinner, join the New Cocktailians at Eau de Vie (cocktails for two $29), recently launched but already a legend for its speakeasy vibe, vintage bar paraphernalia, and killer Dark & Stormies (spiced rum and ginger beer). For dinner you can tuck into a sublime Queensland spanner crab and buckwheat risotto served under a frothy bubble of pink shellfish essence at Sepia (dinner for two $144), the confident new venture from Tetsuya’s longtime chef de cuisine Martin Benn. Or for an infinitely more laid-back scene with equally razor-sharp cooking, head to Bodega (dinner for two $70), where three partners—one of Polish-Argentine origin, one Italian-born, the other Irish-Cypriot—spin out Spanish tapas with a South American twist and an Australian accent. Welcome to 21st-century Sydney. —Anya von Bremzen

100 Best City Restaurants

Sydney: Dinner and Drinks

Pre-dinner, join the New Cocktailians at Eau de Vie (cocktails for two $29), recently launched but already a legend for its speakeasy vibe, vintage bar paraphernalia, and killer Dark & Stormies (spiced rum and ginger beer). For dinner you can tuck into a sublime Queensland spanner crab and buckwheat risotto served under a frothy bubble of pink shellfish essence at Sepia (dinner for two $144), the confident new venture from Tetsuya’s longtime chef de cuisine Martin Benn. Or for an infinitely more laid-back scene with equally razor-sharp cooking, head to Bodega (dinner for two $70), where three partners—one of Polish-Argentine origin, one Italian-born, the other Irish-Cypriot—spin out Spanish tapas with a South American twist and an Australian accent. Welcome to 21st-century Sydney. —Anya von Bremzen

Louise Lister
Sponsored Content
More from T+L
Advertisement