Double Bay Restaurants

Double Bay is a glamourous harbourside residential area that showcases incredible views of the water. Known for its chic boutiques, upscale cocktail bars and notable beauty salons, it also boasts the gorgeous Redleaf Beach, where some of the best Double Bay restaurants can be found. Offering a very high standard of dining, you’ll find a number of different styles of cuisines are available here. From Malaysian and Middle Eastern to Mexican and Japanese, here are some of our favourites.


Opposite Guilfoyle Park, Roxy’s is all about having good food and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Designed to feel like a country kitchen, it is the brainchild of chef and owner Damien Monley. Roxy’s has a varied menu paired with bespoke cocktails, local brews and unique non-alcoholic drinks.

Shop R2/30-36 Bay St, Double Bay

Bills Double Bay

An all-day cafe, Bills Double Bay is the fourth Sydney location for restaurateur Bill Granger. As well as offering the signature Bill’s cafe meals, this location also features dishes that remind Granger of his time in Vienna, Austria, or that he personally finds exciting and wants to share with diners.

16 Cross St, Double Bay


Inspired by the Middle East, Bedouin serves authentic Lebanese cuisine in a luxurious setting. The menu is mostly dedicated to hot and cold mezza which are designed to be shared by the people around the table, bringing them closer together. It’s paired with an exhaustive drinks list that has innovative signature cocktails.

2/53 Cross St, Double Bay


Chinta Kechil

The sounds, smells and flavours of a traditional Malaysian hawker’s market are the foundation on which Chinta Kechil was built. Dishes are ordered separately off an extensive menu, so it’s a great choice for groups of people who enjoy share plate experiences. It is accompanied by a varied drinks list.

342 New South Head Rd, Double Bay

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Circa Restaurant + Bar

If you love seafood, then Circa Restaurant + Bar may be the place for you. Inspired by the flavours and cuisines of Japan and Southeast Asia, the menu is heavily seafood focused. Fresh, local, and sustainable ingredients are used to create the meals, and the signature wine list is centred on rosé.

6/2-22 Knox St, Double Bay


Little Jean

If you’re looking for a modern Australian restaurant that recognises the need for sustainable food practises, look no further than Little Jean. Located in the heart of Double Bay, it has a seasonal menu that utilises fresh, local produce and offers plenty of options for meal customisation.

1/1 Kiaora Ln, Double Bay

bibo Wine Bar

The dark and moody tones at bibo Wine Bar create an atmosphere that is both refined and relaxed. A collaboration between Portuguese head chef Jose Silva and French restaurant manager Jonathan Mallet, the food is inspired by Portuguese flavours, shaped by French cooking techniques and of course, paired with a carefully curated wine list.

7 Bay St, Double Bay


Only 400m back from the water, Sinaloa is a vibrant space with a restaurant, lounge, private bar area and open air courtyard. The playful menu features modern Mexican street food with an Australian twist. There are a la carte, share platter and set menu options to choose from.

37 Bay St, Double Bay



The first solo offering by renowned chef Neil Perry, Margaret is an elegant yet relaxed space to enjoy a luxe meal. The menu is shaped by his signature fusion of Asian and Mediterranean flavours and features a range of fine Australian wines and woodfire grilled dishes. It is named in honour of his mother.

30-36 Bay St, Double Bay


The sister restaurant of Matteo Downtown, Matteo Double Bay is a Mediterranean style venue with a relaxed atmosphere that was inspired by Italy’s gorgeous Amalfi Coast. It serves up delicious Southern Italian food with an impressive range of authentic antipasto and pizza dishes on the menu.

29 Bay St, Double Bay