Restaurants in Australia

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The menu is small but ambitious—saltimbocca, duck rillettes, complicated pizzas. Order the bouillabaisse, Marseilles-style, with mussels, scallops... Read More

Chef Bill Granger’s second breakfast joint—named, with typical Aussie matter-of-factness, Bills—is a morning pit stop for hungry... Read More

Sydney’s breakfast culture starts and ends at bills, which pioneered a whole-scale revival of the morning ritual in the early 2000s by offering... Read More

The original Bills corner café—communal tables in a white-walled terrace house—is a brunch time legend. The sweetcorn fritters and ricotta hot cakes... Read More

Relocated to Potts Point in 2014, longtime Surry Hills favorite Billy Kwong now enjoys a more formal, stylish space, but the contemporary Cantonese... Read More

Housed inside the Woollahra Hotel, Bistro Moncur is a favorite gathering spot among locals in the Sydney suburb of Woollahra. The restaurant serves... Read More

On weekends the lines outside the sleepy, small Newtown branch of Black Star Pastry can get kind of crazy (news about their mind-blowing cakes must have... Read More

Located on level 36 of the Shangri-la Hotel, the Blu Bar on 36 is popular with both travelers and Sydney locals. With floor-to-ceiling windows, it has... Read More

The restaurant serves straightforward local food that's as popular with natives as it is with those who've traveled thousands of miles for the island's... Read More

Australia's Sydney Rock is a small oyster with a big, sweet-salty taste. There's no better place to sample it than at the ever-popular Boathouse, set on... Read More

This Spanish-inspired restaurant is what you might consider the antipodean version of New York’s Momofuku: it’s got rock-starrish, bad-boy... Read More

People flock to this popular neighborhood grill in Leichhardt, where the extensive menu features creative options like the Fancy Pants Porterhouse ... Read More

The original Bourke Street Bakery, on the corner of Bourke Street and Devonshire in Surry Hills, may be dime-size, but it always attracts a devoted... Read More

Tucked on a side street off main restaurant strip King, this place mastered industrial chic. There's a mix of wood, white hexagon-tiled tables,... Read More

This self-proclaimed dive bar is actually a pretty nice place to grab a cold beer. A new addition to Sydney’s ever-changing food and drinks scene, it’s... Read More

Located next to the Danks Street Fratelli Fresh store, Café Sopra serves Mediterranean and Italian cuisine crafted by chef Andy Bunn. Bunn... Read More

A beloved local joint frequented by locals and visitors in equal measure, Café Sydney sits on the rooftop of Customs House facing the whole of Circular... Read More

Sydneysiders are fanatical when it comes to coffee, so when they endorse a brand, like the 51-year-old Sydney-based Vittoria, it’s been carefully... Read More

This teeny-tiny flagship in Newtown is ground zero for some of the city’s most celebrated beans. It’s always crowded and you’ll have to fight for a seat... Read More

Chorizo, beef cheeks, and other wine-friendly bites served by cheery surfers. Read More

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