An elegant French restaurant hidden below ground in the Sydney CBD, Hubert is reminiscent of post-war Paris. The dining room is dimly lit with low ceilings, red leather booths, vintage prints on the walls and even a tattered grand piano. It’s a surprisingly large space spread across two bars, various dining rooms and even a theatre, used for talks and masterclasses. The menu is made up of classics like oysters mignonette, duck parfait, beef tartare, chicken fricassee and cote de bouef. Choose something from the French-focused wine list or one of the excellent cocktails. The kitchen is open until 1am, making it the perfect spot for late night fine dining.