Good things come in small packages, or on small plates. The Owl House is a little hideout that is half bar and half restaurant. The menu of the bar-restaurant mash-up changes regularly and showcases a...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/the-owl-house
Darlinghurst Food and wine
Eating and drinking in Darlinghurst
Watch talented mixologists at work, hob-nob with the beautiful people at a classy lounge bar, unearth hidden eateries in the back streets or start your day with a hearty hangover breakfast – in Darlinghurst, you can do all of this, and more.
Darlinghurst bars and food
If you're a fan of food and wine, quirky bars, multicultural restaurants and cosy cafes, Darlinghurst has a host of fantastic options to choose from.
Start your day like the locals do, with an espresso from famous Bar Coluzzi on Victoria Street, or with a big brekkie at Tigerbakers. If it's lunchtime, Mad Pizza, also on Victoria Street, is perfect if you fancy sitting at a bar and ordering by the slice or head to iconic Tropicana across the road (where Sydney's Tropfest originated) for a diverse, no-nonsense menu of salads, sandwiches and pasta.
Bar flies can soak up the street art ambiance at Pocket Bar just off Oxford Street, or sink into a Chesterfield lounge at the beautifully opulent Victoria Room. The nearby Darlo Bar, an iconic local hang-out, is great for a beer and a casual game of pool or strap on stilettos and slip into Eau-de-Vie at the back of the slick Kirketon Hotel. Food and wine fans should make time for Love Tilly Devine, hidden in a back street parallel to Crown. Named after the infamous Sydney madam, this warm, rustic little watering hole is all about the wine list.
Hungry? Take your pick of the Italian bistros on Stanley Street, try the mod-eastern cuisine at Food Society off the main strip, or join the rowdy revellers next door at Latin-themed Caf Pacifico. Nearby, Republic 2's courtyard is home to Napoli-style wood-fired offerings from Lucio's Pizza and formerly Paddo-based Vietnamese favourite, Phamish but if you can't get in (they don't take bookings) head to La Mint on Riley Street for French-Vietnamese fusion fare. DonDon on Oxford Street is also great for budget Japanese.
Don't miss Taylor Square's Saturday Sustainable Markets when the area is transformed with stalls selling organic veggies, pasture-raised meats and flowers it's also a great place to learn more about organic gardening and sustainable living.
Ever found yourself on Oxford Street, in the wee hours of Sunday morning with a slice of pizza or a bagful of Oporto in hand? The arrival of Mr Crackles has ended this too-familiar scenario. Instead, ...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/mr-crackles
Honeycomb buzzes on an otherwise quiet street corner in Darlinghurst, its patrons sitting in its light-filled dining room or al fresco, to watch the passers-by. The restaurant's inventive Italian-styl...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/honeycomb
IconPark is a crowd-funded restaurant and bar venue in Sydney who supply budding restauranteurs and their teams, chosen by the public, a location to showcase their dining concept. In the 21 day crowd-...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/iconpark
Chaco Bar is a fascinating dining concept that has found its way to a softly lit, intimate dining space on Crown Street. Under the helm of former Toko chef Keita Abe, Chaco Bar pays homage to his nati...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/chaco-bar
Delivered with a gust of green, white and red, Darlinghurst's Spigolo restaurant offers Italian cuisine and wine with a pizazz that only the Italians can muster. The staff potter about in uniformed T-...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/spigolo
Now residing next door to The Kirkton on Darlinghurst Street, the super sleek Fu Manchu restaurant is a Darlinghurst institution. Guests gather at the communal tables for zesty Chinese cuisine in a li...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/fu-manchu
Situated in the heart of Sydney's social scene on Oxford Street, Hello Sailor is the mastermind of international bar mogul Marco Faraone. Taking over from high-profile Thai eatery Rambutan and then, J...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/hello-sailor
Ching-a-lings attracts Sydney's effortlessly cool crowd. You'll see these well-dressed twenty-somethings line the perimeter of the low lit establishment, leaning against its exposed brick walls, sippi...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/ching-a-lings
Sel et Poivre's quintessential Frenchness is a surprising find in the middle of Darlinghurst and a great place to satisfy a Parisian hankering. It's all things French here from the food to the art. Th...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/darlinghurst/restaurant/sel-et-poivre-cafe
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