Beast & Co is a popular restaurant and bar located in the centre of Surry Hills. Their menu features classic European style dishes that are available as entree’s, main meals, or sharing plates to enjoy with friends. When you’ve finished, be sure to finish off with their Czech Doughnut, a delicious and unique combination of plum chutney, berries and vanilla ice cream. Yum !
15/425 Bourke St, Surry Hills
Sonora is a mexican themed restaurant located in Potts Point, with the menu being spired by the cuisine of Sonora, which is a coastal state in Mexico’s north-west that shares a border with the US. In this region the flour tortillas are preferred over corn tortillas.
Set within a rustic venue and boasting a truly charming ambience the Ocakbasi Meyhanee Rotisserie is a splendid Turkish restaurant. As well as great food and a varied wine list they also have live music nights which are alot of fun!
111 Enmore Rd, Enmore
Music, coffee, wine and great cooking mix and mingle at La Boca Palms, a short stroll from Snapperman Beach. With outdoor seating aplenty, you can indulge in a late brekkie of avo smash, mushroom delight or pancakes with you coffee of choice. Afternoons and evenings bring live music and sunset dining, with Italian-inspired dishes to ramp up the romance.
1097-1101 Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach
This beachcomber’s retreat brings oodles of sunshine and wicker baskets-full of colour and flavour. With chic, beach-inspired outdoor seating, big umbrellas to shade you from the sun, and a menu based around fresh flavours and light snacks, this is the sort of place that you and your love could get cast away for an afternoon, an evening…or forever.
1031 Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach
This white-washed, laid-back beach house (shoes are optional) surrounded by coastal greenery brings to mind the beach vibes of the seventies, when life was simple and days at the beach seemed to last forever. With a menu based around the freshest flavours of the nearby ocean, the sweetness of those sticky holiday treats, and a selection of boozy, boojee drinks, this is the place to become a sundowner and forget about the world outside.
1193 Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach
This iconic seaside restaurant, located on the pier at Palm Beach is currently closed for renovations. Decorated in pure white, with a green and blue motif to balance it, The Boathouse has been serving up tasty seafood cuisine since time immemorial. The owners plan to reopen in late 2022. Watch this space!
Governor Phillip Park, Palm Beach
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
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
Tags: Middle Eastern
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
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
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
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
Want some rotisserie chicken? Well C.C. Babcoq serves up poultry seven days a week until late. Or if you need something to impress, try the acclaimed banquet menu! While you’re by the beach in Cronulla it’d be rude not to have a cocktail or cold beer, again in luck there’s an extensive drink menu for any tipple.
Shop 4/5/66-70 Cronulla St, Cronulla
Tags: Modern Australian
Modern Australian cuisine re-evaluates itself every day under executive chef James Metcalf, who has experience working in multiple Michelin-starred venues. Global flavours are promoted with local ingredients, championing Australia’s produce. What better to go with fine dining, a fine sea view of course – as the elevated floor overlooks the North and South beaches.
Unit 1/8 - 18 Kingsway, Cronulla
Tags: Modern Australian
Chow down in Japanese style amid blossom and bonsai in this beachside eatery where sliders and salads work in perfect harmony with traditional Japanese dishes and unique versions of your fave pub grub. With everything from crunchy Hot Chipsus with kewpie mayo to delicate sushi and sashimi, a healthy snack or a full-one dinner are all options at Daniel San’s where the phrase NOM NOM takes on whole new meanings!
55 N Steyne, Manly
Traditional Japanese dining hits the beach and gets bizzay! Floor-to-ceiling windows fold open onto rooftop views of the Manly seaside from this Luchetti Krelle-designed space atop the Manly Wharf complex. Precisely-made Japanese dishes of bluefin tuna, delicate sushi, and meats grilled using the ancient robata technique, are served in an atmosphere of space, light and harmony. Mix in a saké or two and you have Zen perfection at the beach.
Manly Ferry Wharf
Where the big blue sky meets the ocean, The Pantry has been a Manly institution since 1910. Combining the freshest local seafood with the tastes of the distant Outback, The Pantry’s menu span the gamut from old faves (who can resist an good eggs bene?) to innovative, brand new tastes. A superb spot for a beach-stroll snack, a long languid liquid lunch, or a sundown wind-down at the end of another perfect Manly day.
Ocean Promenade, N Steyne, Manly
Indulge your inner Teuton with all-you-can eat dining, and beer by the stein-full at The Bavarian on Manly Wharf. With seven different styles of German beer on tap (not to mention a vast selection of wines) you can wash down your sausage platter, schnitzel or Chookhause burger faster than you can say ein Prost!
Manly Wharf 2, 5 E Esplanade, Manly
Feel like watching the sunset over the rim of a margarita glass? Well assemble a posse of hombrés and head down to the Manly ferry Wharf where legendary Tex-Mex grb is served up in turbo-charged fashion beside the sea. Hand-made tortillas and burritos are stuffed to bursting and your bottomless bowl of tortilla chips and salsa will keep your tastebuds popping as the sun goes down and the music turns up. Ay Karumba!
Manly Ferry Wharf
Queen Chow brings to Manly the refinement, romance and mystique of the Orient in the form of ultra-modern versions of traditional neighbourhood Cantonese cuisine. This laid-back location on Manly Wharf is both elegant and relaxed, and you can watch the waterworld of Manly Harbour while you dine on dim sum or sample some of Australia’s best seafood cooked in superb Chinese style.
Manly Ferry Wharf
Escape from the bright lights of the big city into the warmth and comfort of Donny’s New York-style loft bar. Inspired by the colours and tones of the Australian bush pared with the sophisticated chic of the Big Apple, you can relax over drinks, go small with California-style snacks, or go big with a Tex-Mex feed and a few cervezas. America has come to downtown Manly and set up in style…so can you!
7 Market Pl, Manly
Clean, pure white lines take the eye from inside Garfish out to the bright light of the harbour, framed by the green of waterside trees and the shimmer of the sun on the water. The menu echoes these sharp, bright colours with crisp cocktails, oysters au naturale, Hokkaido scallops, an Moreton Bay bugs bathing in butter and their own juices. Finish up with a darkly delicious dessert and linger over one more chardonnay as the sun goes down.
1/39 E Esplanade, Manly
Watch the Manly Ferry cut its way into the harbour from your waterside table at Hugos. With extensive outdoor seating, wooden walls and big umbrellas, this is the place for indolent lovers to while away a Manly afternoon and for sundowners to watch another perfect Manly day end. On the menu you’ll find all the goodies the ocean and the land can provide, cooked with Italian flair by the duo of chefs who have made Hugos a Manly institution.
Manly Ferry Wharf
You might be on Ash Street in Wynyard, just a few streets from the Opera House – but Little Felix transports you to twentieth-century Paris. Champagne from a magnum, a daily selection of French cheese and vintage wines enrich an already suave affair. Oh and if that isn’t enough, the sommeliers are all dressed to the nines as well.
2a Ash St, Sydney
Step into one of our top rated Malaysian restaurants and treat your eyes to the irresistible items on the menu. Glance around at the brisk crowds, eager to be served and seated. Meanwhile, our waitresses are skilfully weaving through the organised chaos; they’re quick to clear empty plates and set up tables. As you go to order, peak past the front counters to steal a show of our chefs tossing their woks as colourful ingredients fly through the air.
200 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo
Mamak is an award winning Malaysian restaurant, with branches in Sydney and Melbourne. Named after the roadside stalls of Kuala Lumpur that peddle Indian Malay street food, Mamak is a renowned Malaysian restaurant for authentic, bold and traditional flavours, with smart and friendly service.
15 Goulburn St, Sydney
Chef and owner Cuong Nguyen, combines his Vietnamese heritage with a creative flair for making art on a plate – his passion for food started as a child when he would cook with the family. He realised his dream of owning his own restaurant at 32. Hello Auntie at its core one of the best Vietnamese restaurants in Sydney offering our personal take on South East-Asian cuisine by taking it out of its traditional element and blending it with diverse flavors. We want to keep our concept fresh and cutting […]
278 Illawarra Rd, Marrickville