Old-school Parisian glamour has arrived on the corner of Danks Street, Waterloo, with The French House. The dining room is a jewel box of French-inspired treasures, from the crystal chandeliers to the...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/waterloo/restaurant/the-french-house
Redfern and Waterloo Food and wine
Eating out in Redfern and Waterloo
From superfoods to slow produce, wine bars to Latin-inspired diners, you can't go wrong taking your tummy to Redfern and Waterloo. Whether you're heading there for breakfast, lunch or dinner, there's really something to suit everyone's tastes in this eclectic food and wine precinct.
Cafes, bars and bistros
There's no shortage of inspired food and wine options in Redfern and Waterloo, whether you're seeking a hearty breakfast, a long lunch or a romantic dinner.
Sydneysiders with an appetite for Latin fare should stick a fork in the soul food at Nourishing Quarter on Cleveland; the eclectic South American-inspired offerings at the cosy Eathouse Diner, or the traditional and Latin menu at The Fern on Pitt Street, which also has a good tequila list. On Redfern Street, caf-tapas bar Tapeo has an unusual Spanish-Moroccan menu; nearby small bars, The Dock and Dryland Bar & Diner, are worth a visit, too.
If you're in Danks Street, cross your fingers and hope for a table at popular Cafe Sopra, run by provodore Fratelli Fresh, or head to Danks Street Depot, which prides itself on sustainable, ethical and delicious fare. The blink-and-you-miss-it Strangers With Candy, on the corner of Kepos and Phillip streets in East Redfern is also worth a visit, especially for the steamed prawn wontons with woodgrass mushrooms in a lemongrass broth.
For a casual session, head to one of Redfern and Waterloo's watering holes. Beer has been quaffed at Redfern's Woolpack Hotel since 1885, but the pub- grub's decidedly modern, with menu highlights such as The Sanga, The Schnitty and The Parmi. In Waterloo, don't miss the Duke of Wellington Pub or the amazing vino and tapas menu at Societe Food and Wine Bar, with its chic glass room and live music.
Love unfussy food that makes the most of fresh, seasonal produce? If you're near Carriageworks on Wilson Street, pop in for lunch, dinner or drinks at John and Peter Canteen, a crisp white space with a rustic industrial charm.
The third instalment of Sydney's famous Sonoma bakery cafés has set up shop on the lively Danks Street in Waterloo. Signature sourdough loaves are always on hand, or guests can pull up a bar stoo...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/waterloo/restaurant/sonoma-bakery-cafe-waterloo
Located in a renovated corner shop in Redfern, First Drop is a popular, local cafe that offers a fantastic all-day breakfast. The no-fuss eatery is also renowned for its fresh juices, shakes and weekl...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/redfern/restaurant/first-drop
Saint Michiba on Phillip St, Waterloo, puts an inventive spin on the classic pizza. Rather than your average margherita, Saint Michiba's menu features toppings such as scotch fillet, béarnaise sa...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/waterloo/restaurant/saint-michiba
Moon Park is doing Korean a little fancy. With former head chef of Claude's Ben Sears and his partner Eun Hee Ann (also coming from Claude's) heading up the kitchen, you know you are in for a treat. L...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/redfern/restaurant/moon-park
Release your inner chef at Victors Food – from "French Bistro Cooking" and "Learn to Be a Chef" to "Perfect Paella" and "Thai Street Food", Victors offers a range of classes to suit a every skil...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/waterloo/restaurant/victors-food-cooking-school
From celebrity chef Luke Mangan, Headquarters is a New York inspired wine and tapas bar, test kitchen, function area and head office, located in Sydney's inner South. The multipurpose venue resides in...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/waterloo/restaurant/mojo-wine-bar-by-luke-mangan
The Rag Land Café has set up shop in Sydney's Bermuda Triangle where Redfern, Waterloo and Alexandria meet. This funky café is decked out in vintage and re-purposed furnishings, many of whic...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/redfern/restaurant/the-rag-land-cafe
Nesting in the old Legge Gallery building in Redfern, The Bearded Tit is a place for colourful conversation and creative musings. Named after a bird with long black triangular facial markings, the bar...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/redfern/restaurant/the-bearded-tit
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