20 September 2017

 

5 best restaurants in Sydney

Our favourite places to eat. Enjoy awesome food and stunning decor

Your satisfaction is his stamp of approval

1. Marque

Your satisfaction is his stamp of approval

Our favourite place to eat

Marque is world–famous chef Mark Best’s badge of excellence – and a testament to a great man’s skill and vision. With his regiment of skilled chefs and decades of experience, what he puts on the plate will taste like heaven in your mouth. It’s innovative cooking so go there to be inspired and try something new. And don’t believe us. This was named the 2012 Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant of the Year.

4/5 355 Crown Street, Surry Hills

Tel: +61 2 9332 2225

Bondi Beach’s best bites

2. Iceberg’s Dining Room and Bar

Bondi Beach’s best bites

Everyone loves Bondi Beach! It’s iconic and unique. And everyone loves Iceberg for pretty much the same reasons. Topping the cliffs of South Bondi, with panoramic views, patrons have been tucking into exquisite fare since 2002. Relaxed elegance coupled with a world-class Italian menu ensures creativity levels are kept at their highest. And don’t forget the bar, and its menu of lighter snacks, perfect for sun downers.

One Notts Avenue, Bondi Beach   Tel: +61 2 9365 9000

Dynamite cuisine in a small package

3. Sixpenny

Dynamite cuisine in a small package

Forget fine-dining giants! Discover real value and real taste at Time Out Food Awards 2013 Restaurant of the Year, Sixpenny. This is new-style Sydney cooking, so popular that even famous Sydney chefs come to collaborate with the owners and hope that some magic rubs off. It’s pure creative freedom, seven courses of delight – served up, with an immensely drinkable wine list, at a really good price. And they don’t even have tablecloths.

83 Percival Rd, Stanmore    Tel: +61 2 9572 6666

Iconic opera needs iconic food

4. Guillaume

Iconic opera needs iconic food

What is Sydney without its Opera House? And since no visit is complete without a trip there, treat yourself to Guillaume at Bennelong, where you actually dine beneath the southern-most shell of the Opera House. This is contemporary Australian cuisine with a classical French influence, and it’s so good that the only competition it faces is the equally spectacular views of Sydney Harbour, the Bridge, and the city!

Sydney Opera House Bennelong Point   Tel: +61 2 9241 1999

Australasian is the name of the game

5. Mr Wong

Australasian is the name of the game

So Wong, it’s right! This is THE place to come mouth to fork with Australia’s delectable Oriental influences. The food is sublime: dim sum, roast duck and steamed fish with ginger and shallots were our favourites. The service is impeccable, with unobtrusive, knowledgeable waiters and sommeliers plying their wares. And the décor: imagine marble tables, hanging ducks and a 1930s Shanghai teahouse vibe. See? You’re already half-way there.

3 Bridge Lane   Tel: +61 2 9240 3000

 
 
 
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