Restaurants in Surry Hills
A large paper menu on the wall details the night's specials at this casual Italian restaurant in Surry Hills. The space is small, with several additional outdoor tables that are ideal for people watching.
A few blocks west of Moore Park in Sydney’s Surry Hills neighborhood, chef Yoni Kalfus serves modern takes on traditional Middle Eastern and North African dishes like pomegranate lamb fillet, ras el hanout spiced chicken, and Tunisian tuna salad.
The Cantonese-inspired Billy Kwong, located on the hip Crown Street, showcases the culinary skill of Australian-born chef Kylie Kwong, who draws on her mother’s cooking to create inventive takes on classic Chinese cuisine.
The home base of Brent Savage, one of the few Sydney chefs to embrace molecular gastronomy, Bentley offers up innovative takes on mostly European flavors.
This Vietnamese kitchen in Surry Hills places an emphasis on environmental sustainability, from its menu of organic ingredients to its use of eco-friendly Tasmanian rain mineral water.
Housed inside a former Schweppes factory, Foveaux showcases the progressive European cuisine of chef Darrell Felstead.
Housed within a sprawling converted warehouse that is more than a century old, this Surry Hills restaurant specializes in contemporary Asian cuisine. The space consists of two main dining areas: one with large, wooden communal tables and another with booths and round tables.
Not far from the central business district, this tiny Surry Hills restaurant is renowned for its authentic Thai
Assiette, the French term for "plate," serves French-inspired cuisine. The menu is arranged in groups of five entrées, five mains, and five desserts, with offerings changing quarterly.
The chalkboard menu at this Italian restaurant and wine bar changes daily, depending on the freshest produce available at the local market.
Chef Mark Best has been winning raves for creative concoctions like yellowfin tuna on French toast with foie gras butter.