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  1. Rocks Teppanyaki

    Located in a historic, heritage-listed sandstone building built back in the 1880's is the chic and contemporary The Rocks Teppanyaki. As the name suggests, this restaurant is established in The Rocks district of Sydney, an area full of char…

  2. Sake Restaurant and Bar

    Whether you'd like to wrap your lips around one of the most exclusive (and extensive) ranges of sake in Sydney or spectacular hot and cold Japanese fare, Saké Restaurant and Bar in The Rocks is guaranteed to satisfy. Enjoy authentic Japanes…

  3. Shiki

    The longest-established Japanese restaurant in Sydney, Shiki, is located in The Rocks, in Clocktower Square. Its signature is a monthly, seven-course Japanese degustation menu. Lunch boxes are available for take away, but most diners want t…

  4. The Australian

    The Australian Heritage Hotel has been around for over 100 years and it's still pulling in patrons with its friendly reputation. The Edwardian architecture has been preserved so entering is like stepping back in time, with its ornate ceilin…

  5. Claude's Kitchen

    Tucked at the base of the historic Observer hotel, Claude's Kitchen is renowned for its hearty pub food and bistro classics. Claude's is a popular destination among suit-clad crowds who flock here during the week for the value-for-money "sp…

  6. Creperie Suzette

    Creperie Suzette aims to offer a little taste of France in the heart of The Rocks. Drop in for a light meal of sweet or savory crepes and galettes inspired by Paris' most nostalgic treats. Sample a traditional sweet crepe of lemon juice and…

  7. El Phoenician Walsh Bay

    With waterfront views of the gorgeous Sydney Harbour, El Phoenician at Walsh Bay is located just past the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Theatre Company. A stroll along the harbour will take you to El-Phoenician, hee second restaurant…

  8. Fish at the Rocks

    Sydney's Fish at The Rocks restaurant has been serving fresh seafood and fine wine in a welcoming and laid-back setting for years. Housed in a historic building dating back to 1919, the restaurant's interior echoes the tranquillity of the o…

  9. Fortune of War

    Dating from 1828, the Fortune of War is the oldest continuously licensed public hotel in Sydney. Whilst maintaining its old world charm, the hotel has built an enviable reputation with locals and tourists alike for providing hospitable serv…

  10. Harbour View Hotel

    Aptly named, Harbour View Hotel in The Rocks is situated on the southern end of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Following from a refurbishment in 2001, the venue remains beautifully “old world” and steeped in fascinating history, be…

  11. Harrington Restaurant

    Named after the 1859 Harrington Merchants, which was located on the current site of Quay West Suites Sydney, Harrington Restaurant pays homage to history. Thomas Prior, the original operator of the merchant store capitalised on The Rocks lo…

  12. Harts Pub

    Harts Pub is a quaint old pub, in the heart of the historic Rocks. Owned and run by the Rocks Brewing Company, Harts Pub offers a superb selection of 12 local beers on tap, that rotate regularly. Located in the former terrace home of Austra…

  13. Jacksons on George

    If you are looking for a funky place to have drinks with friends, dine for breakfast lunch or dinner at any time of the day, host a private or corporate function of any size, shoot some pool, or catch a sporting event on the big screens Jac…

  14. Kansas City Shuffle

    The "Kansas City Shuffle" is a Chicago gangster's trick and the cafe named for it has all the cool without the con. Set in The Rocks, on the ground floor of the former Cadbury Chocolate factory, Kansas City Shuffle offers a contemporary men…

  15. Lord Nelson Brasserie

    The Lord Nelson Brasserie restaurant, tucked away in The Rocks, holds an historic title as Australia's oldest pub brewery. Start with a drink at the downstairs bar with one of their award-winning beers before venturing to the first floor fo…

  16. Park Hyatt Sydney - The Bar

    The Bar at Park Hyatt Sydney is a contemporary and sophisticated lounge setting featuring warm interiors and striking mood lighting. It serves a selection of fine beverages, boutique Australian and international wines, and light fare.…

  17. Park Hyatt Sydney - The Dining Room

    With uninterrupted views of Sydney Harbour and the Opera House, dining at the Park Hyatt encapsulates everything we love about dining in Sydney; views, impeccable service and delicious food. Private dining experiences are available for eigh…

  18. Park Hyatt Sydney - The Living Room

    A part of the luxurious Park Hyatt Hotel, the Living Room is the more casual sister restaurant to The Dining Room restaurant. Replete with light timber floors and modern and comfortable lounge seats, the Living Room is the perfect spot to e…

  19. Pony Lounge & Dining

    Nestled on the corner of Argyle Street and Sydney’s historic Kendall Lane lies Pony Lounge & Dining. Transformed from a warehouse into a unique dining space, the interior is rustic with a dramatic open kitchen, whilst the outdoor deck featu…

  20. The Fine Food Store & Cafe

    When you think of The Rocks I'm sure the words ‘good value' and ‘good coffee' don't spring to mind. This iconic destination is renowned for its heritage listed buildings, and historic charm as well as its squawking flock of tourists and ove…