Sydney Restaurants


From the sparkling blue of Sydney Harbour to famous beaches such as Bondi and Manly, you’ll find a delectable range of restaurants near iconic Sydney attractions. Savour authentic flavours from around the world across this vibrant multicultural city, where innovation and tradition meet.

  • The Bennelong Restaraunt, Sydney Opera House
  • Icebergs Dining Room and Bar

Delicious experiences in Sydney

Taste the delights of Sydney for a world of delicious experiences. With an abundance of fresh produce, great seafood and multicultural influences, Sydney is a melting pot and restaurants cater for a range of tastes and budgets. Treat yourself to authentic flavours and mouth-watering cuisines.

From north to south and east to west, check out the enticing variety of places to eat:
Sydney City, home to the iconic Sydney Opera House
Inner Sydney for new dining and taste sensations
Sydney East for beachside dining at Bondi and Coogee
Sydney North, home to Taronga Zoo and Manly Beach
Sydney West for sports and international flavours
Sydney South, home to the Royal National Park

Longrain Restaurant, Surry Hills

Reserve a table for gourmet dining options, such as Quay on the edge of Sydney Harbour. Try one of the hip dining precincts or outdoor dining, such as Woolloomooloo’s timber Finger Wharf. For waterside dining, take a Sydney Seaplane for a memorable day. Brunch in Sydney is popular, too.

  • Quay, Sydney Restaurants

    Sydney chef Hatted restaurants

    Sydney is bursting with restaurants that have received the prestigious Chefs Hat Award. They combine prime settings with award-winning, internationally recognised menus. Don't miss Otto Ristorante on Woolloomooloo Wharf, Sepia in Darling Park and Tetsuya's in the CBD. With celebrity chefs at the helm, Est and Quay also consistently rate as Sydneysider favourites.

  • Bourke Street Bakery, Sydney Restaurants


    Sydney's summer, with its laid-back vibe, blue skies and sun-filled days makes a cool cafe the ideal place to soak up the local atmosphere. Bills Darlinghurst is great for brunch and lunch, the Bourke Street Bakery is very popular and nearby Reuben Hills has become a favourite haunt for serious coffee drinkers.

  • Formaggio, Sydney Restaurants

    Fresh produce

    Unleash your inner foodie at one of the growing number of Sydney eateries that combines a great meal with a browse through the finest fresh produce, charcuterie, handmade cheeses and other gourmet goodies. Be sure to visit Fourth Village Providore in Mosman and Cafe Sopra at Fratelli Fresh in Potts Point.

Top summer tips from Sydney's Insiders

Peter Gilmore, Quay

Some of Sydney's best chefs and food personalities share their hot tips on the city's dining scene, from favourite coffee spots to the most scenic picnic locations, great food bargains and much more.