Kings Cross restaurants

  1. ACME

    Situated at the Rushcutters end of Bayswater Road, ACME is a unique collaboration between chef Mitchell Orr (formerly Duke Bistro) and the hospitality crew behind The Passage, including Andy Emerson, Cam Fairnbairn, Ed Loveday, hence the re…

  2. Brown Rice-Rushcutters Bay

    There is something comforting about returning to the same restaurant, for the same dish, night-after-night and while most dining chains aren't worth your while, Brown Rice Sushi, with four locations across Sydney, is a little bit special. T…

  3. Kings Cross Hotel Balcony

    The Kings Cross Hotel Balcony restaurant is situated among the lights and excitement of this iconic area. Not only are diners treated to the very best flavours of Australia, they are also given a front row seat to perhaps one of Sydney's mo…

  4. New Hampton

    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 through the maze and find the hidden nooks …

  5. Old Growler

    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 glass. Local brewers such as Newtown's Young He…

  6. Uliveto

    On a beautiful, sunny morning Uliveto restaurant is the place to be, once you get over the initial weirdness of heading to King's Cross in daylight. Great service, great food and a nice spot for people watching and enjoying the weather.…

  7. Bar Machiavelli

    Iconic Italian diner, Machiavelli, has set up a sister restaurant in Rushcutters Bay. Reviving the historical tyre factory site on Neild Avenue, Bar Machiavelli is a modern Italian bar and diner, featuring a metallic gold-clad bar, exposed …