Curve Restaurant is a fully licensed restaurant with a spacious, covered terrace overlooking Rushcutters Bay Park and the CYC Marina. Curve serves up a simple and tasty buffet breakfast, an array of a...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/rushcutters-bay/restaurant/curve-cafe-and-bar-at-vibe-hotel-rushcutters
Kings Cross food and wine
Eating and drinking in King's Cross
Kings Cross comes alive at night with a range of after hours cafes, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Starting from Victoria Street, you can find a number of comfortable, local eateries. Delve deeper and you'll be rewarded by the precinct's hip bars, rooftop pubs and excellent restaurants.
The best food, wine, restaurants and bars in the Cross
Populated with a thriving mix of locals and travellers, the bars and restaurants of this iconic suburb cater to foodies, wine buffs and cocktail lovers alike.
Start the night with a cocktail at Hinky Dink’s, a cute 1950’s-style bar on Darlinghurst Road. This is a great spot for a snack (try the polenta chips) and a kooky cocktail (go for the Betty Draper).
Beer-wise, it’s hard to go wrong with Old Growler, an English-style underground bar in the basement below the iconic Kings Cross Coke sign with a craft beer menu and plenty of great bar snacks on offer.
Good quality casual fare is easy to find in The Cross. Tucked away on Bayswater Road you’ll find Barrio Chino, a popular local haunt which is both a tequila bar and a stellar Mexican eatery. Barrio Chino serves up fresh and tasty mexican, great cocktails and has a killer tequila selection.
Perhaps the most intriguing restaurant to open in recent years is Gastro Park, the unapologetically avant-garde yet somehow no-nonsense offering from chef and owner Grant King, located in Roslyn Street. With a healthy respect for fresh, local ingredients, Gastro Park knows just how to treat them, with a cooking style heavily inspired by the Spanish masters and a seafood-abundant menu.
The backstreets of Kings Cross are an interesting place. But not every neon sign leads to a seedy basement. In fact, if you follow the blue neon light to ‘El Cubano’, you shall be whisked ...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/kings-cross/restaurant/el-cubano
Hidden in the backstreets of Kings Cross, this vibrant restaurant has made its mark on Sydney's dining scene with its witty waiters and whimsical flavours. The dishes here are imaginative, surprising ...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/kings-cross/restaurant/gastro-park
A Mexican food revolution has hit the Sydney dining scene and leading the way is Barrio Chino. Tucked away on Bayswater Road in Kings Cross, the glam young duo behind Potts Point's Fei Jai, Peter Lew ...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/kings-cross/restaurant/barrio-chino
Underneath Kings Cross's iconic Coca Cola sign, hidden downstairs in an exposed concrete basement, is the Old Growler. Beer is the focus at this Euro-inspired bar – both on the menu and in the g...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/kings-cross/restaurant/old-growler
On the former site of the old Hampton Court Hotel, New Hampton has breathed fresh life into the after-dark scene in Kings Cross. A 450-person venue with a old-world, European charm, weave your way thr...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/kings-cross/restaurant/new-hampton
King's Cross is the place to be seen for Sydney's young socialites and Hugo's Bar Pizza caters directly to the glamorous set. Situated below Hugo's Lounge, one of Kings Cross's hottest nightspots, thi...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/kings-cross/restaurant/hugos-bar-pizza
Perched across from Kings Cross' looming Coca-Cola sign, Goldfish is a stylish restaurant, cocktail and lounge bar. Open from 4.00pm to late, Goldfish regularly hosts live music and entertainment. The...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/kings-cross/restaurant/goldfish
Smack-bang on Darlinghurst Road, Hinky Dinks takes inspiration from a 1950s cocktail club. The funky Kings Cross dive is all about the red bar stools, chequerboard lino floor and kitsch knicknacks. Th...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/kings-cross/restaurant/hinky-dinks
Restaurants like Popolo, in Sydney's Rushcutters Bay, is the reason why Italian cuisine is one of Australian's favourites. Tucked away in an odd position, just around the corner of Neild Avenue on McL...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/rushcutters-bay/restaurant/popolo-sydney
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