Fish Face Dining

Fish Face Dining

For years, Darlinghurst’s Fish Face was perhaps Sydney’s best-known seafood eatery—a quality spot where crowds gathered on the sidewalk, waiting for their chance to smash a plate of delicious fish and chips. Now Fish Face has upped its game, morphing into a full-fledged restaurant in nearby Double Bay. Stop in for an elegant, well-made dinner on a fancy night out.

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