Sydney.com - Destination NSW
Aerial view of Royal Botanic Gardens and Sydney Harbour.
Views of Bronte beach, Sydney
Sydney city skyline lit up during Vivid Sydney 2013. View from Circular Quay.
i

Darling Harbour Food and Wine

  • The Loft bar, Darling Harbour Bars
  • Friends dining at Nick's Restaurant, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney

Highlights

The magic words 'harbourside dining' are matched by great dining options around Darling Harbour. Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf offer funky nightclubs, wine bars and bistros serving fine food, great cocktails and late-night dancing.

Must Do

Eating out in Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour offers a delectable range of cuisine from cafes, bars and restaurants at King Street Wharf and Harbourside. 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.

As you relive the simplistic natural beauty of the Shang Dynasty at the Chinese Garden of Friendship, you can sip Chinese tea and nibble on dumplings, pastries and steamed buns in serene surrounds.

At nearby The Star, there's a vast list of dining choices on offer. Treat your taste buds to a great value all-you-can-eat buffet, with more than 130 hot and cold dishes to choose from, or dine at more exclusive restaurants such as Balla, Black by Ezard, Sokyo, Momofuku Seiobo, The Century at The Star.

There are also plenty of stylish and popular bars to be found around King Street Wharf and Harbourside, such as the tiki-inspired Bungalow 8, the iconic Cargo Bar and the Watershed Hotel. They all offer good value meals and are child-friendly during the day .

Displaying 1 - 10 of 26

Top