Darlinghurst restaurants

  1. Sagra

    Inside this brick terrace on Stanley Street, Sagra offers a quintessential Italian dining experience that focuses on homemade, seasonal ingredients. The menu changes weekly, and almost everything is prepared in-house; from the butchery to t…

  2. Santorini on Oxford

    You know exactly what you're in for when you dine at Santorini on Oxford. If the name doesn't give it away the blue and white dining room and the bouzouki players certainly do. Santorini is steps from Taylor Square at Darlinghurst and it's …

  3. Shady Pines Saloon

    Craving a little bit of southern charm? Head to Darlinghurst's Shady Pines Saloon, order a whiskey on the rocks, listen to Johnny Cash and allow this little bar to take you to the wild, wild west for a night.…

  4. Showchef Teppanyaki

    Showchef Teppanyaki Japanese barbecue restaurant offers a unique dining experience and flying food in the heart of Darlinghurst's Oxford Street dining strip. At Showchef Teppanyaki, the emphasis is as much on the theatre of cooking as it is…

  5. Slide

    Located inside a transformed art deco bank building on bustling Oxford Street is the glamorous, sophisticated Slide. The fit-out exudes theatrical flair with its New York style lounge bar and Parisian-inspired cabaret entertainment. Get the…

  6. Sparkle Cupcakery

    Sparkle Cupcakes are a hit with the corporate and party crowd and have relocated their head office and bakery to Alexandria. Their pretty little creations are now only available for online delivery in packaging that will make your recipient…

  7. Sushi on Stanley

    The cosy room that houses Sushi on Stanley in Darlinghurst hums with the energy of chirpy Japanese waitresses and the constant flare frypans in the background. Cues line up the street for the sushi made fresh to order by one of the first to…

  8. Sushi Tei

    Step outside the sushi square and into Sydney's Sushi Tei restaurant where the team takes a sideways step of our Western palates and encourages more traditional fare. This global restaurant chain with a location right in the centre of the S…

  9. Tandoori Palace

    Thanks to the versatility of Tandoori Palace this unique Darlinghurst restaurant is buzzing all week long. At street level you'll discover an innovative a la carte restaurant (with dishes including orange masala duck and lamb apple korma) a…

  10. The Beauchamp Hotel

    Pronounced "beech'um" The Beauchamp Hotel has been feeding and watering Darlinghurst patrons since 1867. The venue is divided into four distinct bar and dining areas and all have been refurbished in a clean, modern style. The ground floor h…

  11. A Tavola

    Diners looking for an authentic Italian eatery should head straight to Darlinghurst's A Tavola (Italian for "to the table"). The restaurant makes visitors feel they've been adopted into a big Italian famiglia, with hand-made pasta and commu…

  12. Almond Bar

    Specialising in Middle Eastern mezza, Darlinghurst's Almond Bar is a smart, intimate restaurant that's all about sharing a meal, not just sharing food. Nibble on dishes made lovingly in the Syrian tradition, an interesting twist on the Leba…

  13. Bar Brosé

    Bar Brosé is a narrow bar running between Victoria Street and Darlinghurst Road in Darlinghurst. The venture is headed by super-star New Zealand-born chef Analiese Gregory, who brings culinary experience from Paris, London and Morocco to th…

  14. Bar Coluzzi

    Among the glut of cafes on this end of Victoria Street, Bar Coluzzi is the oldest and the busiest, although that might be because ten punters sitting inside this restaurant means the place is packed. The history of Bar Coluzzi is one of the…

  15. Bar Reggio

    Bar Reggio's Italian-born staff have continually satisfied customers with generous servings of traditional Italian and modern Australian cuisine for over 20 years. The restaurant is located in the trendy shopping, entertainment and dining s…

  16. Beppi's

    A favourite hangout with Sydney's powerbrokers and visiting celebrities, Beppi's Italian restaurant has been feeding big wigs and ordinary folk since 1956. The east Sydney restaurant is the city's oldest with the same owners. The menu is tr…

  17. Bill and Toni's

    A cheap Italian that's been around for yonks, Bill and Toni's is the joint you drop into for a satisfying feed on a shoestring budget. We're talking a $10 bowl of spaghetti, served with a jug of orange cordial and a side salad of lettuce so…

  18. Bloody Mary's

    There are plenty of places on Darlinghurst's Victoria Street to sip a Bloody Mary, but none shake them up quite like Bloody Mary's Sydney. We're not sure it cures a hangover, as they claim, but we do know things are better when the bar make…