Situated at the quieter end of King Street in Newtown, Graze on King is a cool, casual eatery serving up a medley of modern Australian share plates. An all day breakfast can be enjoyed on weekends or...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/newtown/restaurant/graze-on-king
Newtown Food and Wine
Eating out in Newtown
Got a few hours to spare on this bohemian inner west strip? Sip a bowl latte and watch the world go by, enjoy a cocktail at a funky bar or flip a coin over where to go for dinner, and you'll scratch the surface of one of Sydney's greatest eat streets.
Drink and dine on King Street
Cocktails, cafes, a crazy array of restaurants and an unapologetic 'anything goes' vibe; Newtown's food and wine scene is one of the city's best.
But whether you congregate with the coffee lovers on cushioned window seats in the Vargabar or join the crowds at Campos, make time for Australia Street, home to breezy Barmuda and famous patisserie Black Star.
Try a short black and a raspberry creme brulee at Black Star and you could turn a good day into a great one.
If small bars are your thing, start with too-cool-for-school Bloodwood, where cocktails and polenta chips are mandatory. Or, bag a retro couch at Madame Fling Flongs, a teeny seat at cute-as-a-button Corridor, a tall stool at Enmore Road's Ra Bar, or a 50s sofa at Mad Men-style lounge bar Green Room.
Newtown's main drag and leafy backstreets boast great beer gardens, too. While away a Sunday arvo with a jug of beer and a chunky schnitzel at the Courthouse, soak up the Moroccan vibe of the Zanzibar rooftop or find a spot on the open-air decks at the Balinese-inspired Bank Hotel. There's decent food, wine and beer at the iconic Carlisle Castle or head to the Coopers Arms' airy indoor/outdoor bistro. Also, check out The Marlborough's outdoor beer garden and upstairs veranda, perfect for people watching.
Hungry? Prepare for a bout of indecision – there are over 140 restaurants and all kinds of cuisines along King Street. Izote does a mean Mexican, Iiza boasts some of the best Japanese food this side of the city and for Lebanese, don't go past Al-Aseel or Emma's on Liberty. For great cheap eats, you could slurp a spicy soup at Pho, enjoy pork and chive dumplings at Dumpling King, or a Chicken Guerrero taco at Guzman Y Gomez.
Opened in early 2007, Delhi ‘O' Delhi has firmly established itself as an elegant and welcoming destination for those in search of the exotic atmosphere of India. Drawing inspiration from the cu...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/newtown/restaurant/delhi-o-delhi
Tucked in the backstreets of Chippendale, Zigi's Wine and Cheese Bar is a gourmet haven. Be welcomed by the warm and friendly hospitality of owner Zigi Ozeri and spend the evening sampling exotic wine...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/chippendale/restaurant/zigis-wine-and-cheese-bar
You wouldn't generally expect a custom-built motorcycle showroom to also house a funky cafe, but that's what you'll find at Deus restaurant. Attached to the showroom of Deus Ex Machina (Latin for "God...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/camperdown/restaurant/deus-cafe
On entering Kammadhenu restaurant – diners are besieged by the alluring scent of spices. From sweet cinnamon to punchy chilli, this restaurant offers a little taste from all across Asian with it...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/newtown/restaurant/kammadhenu
Tucked away from the merry melee of King Street in Newtown, Barmuda has been a local breakfast and lunch time haunt for years due to wholesome nosh and genuinely friendly service. Breakfast is availab...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/newtown/restaurant/barmuda
Chippendale is being touted as the new Surry Hills and Freda's is among this trendy suburb's line-up of impressive restaurants. Freda's is a bar and restaurant, located in a gorgeous old warehouse. Ow...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/chippendale/restaurant/fredas
Although Inca's restaurant in Newtown serves traditional Peruvian food, be prepared for something a little out of the ordinary and flavours pricked with spice....https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/newtown/restaurant/incas
What's old and outdated is new and on trend again, with everything tied to the word ‘vintage' or ‘retro' all the rage. That makes The Green Room Lounge the coolest place to be right now wi...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/enmore/restaurant/the-green-room-lounge
Newtown is a suburb renowned for putting a spin on the classics, and Soffrito does just this with a menu offering a contemporary take on European fare. The cosy King Street space doesn't offer much in...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/newtown/restaurant/soffrito