For traditional Turkish cuisine made from the heart, look no further than Son of Tuysuz. Owner Ifran takes inspiration from his Turkish heritage and his father's love of cooking, inviting diners into a space...
Enjoy waterfront dining
For delicious waterfront dining options, visit Darling Harbour and enjoy mouth-watering grilled meats, succulent fresh seafood and exquisite Asian flavours. Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf offer wine bars, innovative bistros, and funky nightclubs.
Eating out in Darling Harbour
Darling Harbour is a treat for your senses, with fresh seafood from the nearby Sydney Fish Market, authentic flavours, chefs cooking in open kitchens and colourful cocktails. A range of waterfront restaurants and bars enhance the experience.
You'll be able to experience everything from a tantalising fusion of Californian and Japanese flavours at the acclaimed Kobe Jones restaurant to fresh Sydney prawns and oysters at Nick's Seafood Restaurant. Other favourites include The Malaya, Dragon Boat and Braza Churrascaria.
In the tranquil Chinese Garden of Friendship, you can sip Chinese tea and nibble on dumplings, pastries and steamed buns at teahouse. The garden is a lovely oasis of willows, waterfalls, ponds and pavilions and the perfect escape from the bustling city.
Stylish and popular bars are around King Street Wharf, Cockle Bay and Harbourside, such as the tiki-inspired Bungalow 8, the Cargo Bar, Helm Bar and Bistro, and the Watershed Hotel. They all offer good value meals and are child-friendly during the day.
Nearby in The Star, an entertainment, casino and hotel complex, are splendid dining choices. Treat your taste buds to the Harvest buffet, or dine at award-winning restaurants Osteria Balla Manfredi, Black by Ezard, Sokyo, The Century and Momofuku Seiobo, which is esteemed chef David Chang's first restaurant outside New York.