Caribbean restaurant Jonkanoo has added to the medley of cuisines in the urban food court that is Surry Hills. Drawing influence from Native American, West African, European and East Indian roots, the...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-jonkanoo.aspx
Food and wine in Sydney
Where to eat in Sydney
Treat yourself to a mouth-watering taste of Sydney's best food and wine, served in stunning locations around the city. An ever-growing list of gourmet restaurants, boutique cafes and casual pubs means you'll never be short of inspiration on where to eat in Sydney. If you enjoy stylish venues with excellent food, wine and service, make sure you visit some of the restaurants that feature on the S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants list: Tetsuya's, Quay, Marque and Momofuku Seiobo.
In this diverse, multicultural city, you'll find an amazing range of food and wine experiences. Discover the delicious cuisines of Italy, Greece and Turkey on a tour with Gourmet Safaris, or meet local producers from boutique brewers and coffee roasters to spice merchants and smallgoods specialists on an Ultimately Sydney Gourmet Tour. Food events and weekly farmers markets give you the chance to buy local produce, become a master chef at a short cooking class or visit the Sydney Fish Market Seafood School.
Looking for a unique Sydney dining moment? Visit the funky noodle bar at Ms G's, or try the legendary fish and chips from The Boathouse at Palm Beach, modern Vietnamese at Luke Nguyen's Red Lantern in Surry Hills, and organic, biodynamic and sustainable fare at Billy Kwong, also in Surry Hills. Want dessert? Adriano Zumbo's Rozelle Cafe produces a sublime chocolate cocoon, a chocolate forest is on offer at Sepia in the city and Black Star Pastry in Newtown has fabulous chocolate eclairs and cakes.
Enjoy spectacular Sydney views at many locations around the city. Dine by the water at Quay on Sydney Harbour, The Bar at the End of the Wharf in Walsh Bay, The Boathouse at Palm Beach, The Bucket List in Bondi, The Sailor's Club at Rose Bay, Hugos Manly and The Bathers' Pavilion at Balmoral Beach. Jonah's at Whale Beach is also well worth the trip to the Northern Beaches.
The pub scene in Sydney is buzzing in winter. Visit The Rocks for a heritage feel at the Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel, Orient Hotel and The Glenmore. The Tilbury Hotel in Woolloomooloo, The Welcome Hotel in Rozelle and the Marlborough Hotel in Newtown are also all great spots to visit.
Sydney food and wine
In recent years, Sydney has become a world-class dining destination. Acclaimed chefs are committed to producing beautiful food served in the stunning natural locations for which Sydney is famous – by Sydney Harbour, overlooking a golden beach or idyllic waterway. Three Sydney city restaurants are included in the S.Pellegrino World's Best Restaurants list – Tetsuya's, Quay and Marque. Book ahead and you'll enjoy a unique dining experience in Sydney.
In Sydney, you'll find a world of cafes, bars and pubs thriving in a city that has a temperate climate and casual lifestyle, perfect for rooftop bars and alfresco dining. You can also learn to cook, join a gourmet safari tour and taste the best of global cuisine from yum cha and dumplings to fresh pasta and mezze plates to share. There are some exciting food events in Sydney throughout the year - but Crave Sydney International Food Festival in October is the biggest and most mouth-watering event. Weekly farmers markets supply seasonal produce for keen chefs and diners while gourmet produce shops, gelato shops and bakeries supply the best of the basics.
Sitting pretty on Sydney’s Dank Street eat street is Wah Wah Lounge, a friendly and funky cafe smack bang in the middle of the bustling hub that is Waterloo’s foodie precinct. Simply oozin...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-wahwahlounge.aspx
On the corner of the Seven Ways crossroads in Bondi, Jeds Food Store is the quintessential Sydney beach cafe blaring hip indie music and booming with the takeaway coffee trade. Outside, hippy mums and...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-jedsfoodstore.aspx
The small bar revolution is moving north, with the latest outpost in Turramurra. A long wooden bar and outdoor deck with potted flowers gives the bar a warm, casual vine. A frequently changing wine li...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-farnorth.aspx
Definitely not your average corner chippy, the Crown Street Fish Shop beaches others from it's land lubbed location in inner city Surry Hills. Well-built barramundi burgers, buckets of tiger prawns, c...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-crownstreetfishshop.aspx
While the fine dining "Fish Face" has relocated to Double Bay, now standing in the original Darlinghurst Road shopfront is Fish & Chips by Fishface, a more humble version of its older sister. The ...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-fish_chips_by_fishface.aspx
Parramatta’s original fine diner Courtney's Brasserie on Phillip Street boasts a classy restaurant menu and a wine list that puts some of the big boys in the city to shame. With a heritage datin...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-courtneysbrasserie.aspx
As the name suggests, Little Marionette on the Dale is a quirky little café serving its special blend of roasted coffee which punches a real hit, particularly in a short black. The sweet treats a...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-littlemarionetteonthedale.aspx
Like most truly successful things in life, this just evolved naturally. Owner Anthony Kaplan didn’t initially plan on setting up a wine bar, initially thinking that Shop and Wine Bar would work ...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-shopandwinebar.aspx
Located in the heart of Sydney on Castlereagh Street, Emperor’s Choice Tea House opened in 2000 as the first traditional Cantonese Yum Cha to reside in Sydney CBD. Layered with timeless antique...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-emperors_choice_tea_house.aspx