Restaurants in Sydney

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Celebrity chef Neil Perry opened this restaurant in a grand Art Deco building. The kitchen specializes in wood-fired grills and house-aged beef. Read More

Craving something sweet? Don’t miss the super-fresh gelatos at this small café; try one of its down under flavors—Queensland mango... Read More

This laid-back joint is located in Darlinghurst on Stanley Street, long the city’s epicentre of Italian eating. The menu at this impressive seasonal... Read More

The young and well-heeled flock for superior sushi, sashimi, and bite-size shrimp tempura with a spicy cream sauce. Read More

The baristas take their coffee very, very seriously at this Bondi outpost, where the beans are prepared on a state-of-the-art Probat Coffee Roaster. The... Read More

Tuck into a sublime Queensland spanner crab and buckwheat risotto served under a frothy bubble of pink shellfish essence at this confident new venture... Read More

The Star casino in Pyrmont gets a bad rap, which is too bad because it’s a glistening complex worth a visit, especially if you want a choice Japanese... Read More

Not far from the central business district, this tiny Surry Hills restaurant is renowned for its authentic Thai cuisine. The brainchild of a former... Read More

Sydney's fooderati favor the basement space that houses Neil Perry’s attention-worthy cuisine. Happiness here means crunchy salt–flecked,... Read More

This cozy corner café on a pretty corner in Redfern serves awesome breakfasts and soul-reviving coffee. Grab a newspaper and order a hearty meal. I’m a... Read More

It isn’t much to look at—and there are plans to overhaul the whole shebang—but that shouldn’t keep you from dropping by this Sydney institution on the... Read More

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... Read More

Owned by husband-and-wife team Ken and Amy Tai, this small restaurant specializes in traditional Chinese barbecued duck, as well as char siu (barbecued... Read More

Australia’s most famous chef for close to a decade, Tetsuya Wakuda continues to wow foodies with his deft, eclectic Japanese-by-way-of-French... Read More

An old reliable in the heart of Darlinghurst, The Burger Joint is a thumbnail-sized operation that caters to every taste. You can snag one of the tiny... Read More

Nestled inside a sunlit courtyard at the InterContinental Hotel (itself the painstakingly restored former Treasury Building, which dates back to 1851),... Read More

This buzzing joint located in a heritage-listed warehouse on Sydney’s south side draws in customers on any day of the week thanks to a laidback... Read More

Still never been to Cuba? No matter: this well-hidden basement bar does a fine job of recreating life in the Pearl of the Antilles. Rum is the specialty... Read More

A mainstay on the local dining scene, this Southeast Asian restaurant was first established in the 1960’s by Hong Kong immigrant Wong Tai See.... Read More

This restaurant is located on the ground floor of the 3 Weeds Hotel in Rozelle, a building that also houses a multi-room entertainment center with a... Read More

This quaint little bistro in Potts Point offers up lovely dishes that marry great ingredients with quality cooking—stuff like smoked eel and cheddar... Read More

It’s always a scene at this jam-packed, two-level spot in the heart of trendy Surry Hills, where fashionable young ladies, groups of guys, and couples... Read More

This pretty little gathering spot in Redfern is part of a complex that houses the well-heeled Garden Life plant proprietor and an upstairs yoga studio,... Read More

The chalkboard menu at this Italian restaurant and wine bar changes daily, depending on the freshest produce available at the local market.... Read More

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