With the number of international visitors and immigrants to the fast growing city of Sydney Australia increasing year on year, the variety of food and wines on offer has also increased exponentially.
With those wanting to try unique and tasty gourmet experiences, below is a list of Sydney places to eat:
In Darlinghurst, at 78 Stanley Street, is the IconPark, home to a multi story pop-up restaurant site where new and interesting crowd-funded concepts in food and dining are tried and proven. Your bound to find great gourmet experiences here, the restaurants change, but the quality is paramount.
Long a favourite with the locals, the Sydney Fish Market provides the freshest of fish and seafood to those wanting the best. It also has a number of restaurants and cafés, a gourmet deli, a fresh vegetable and fruit outlet, a fresh bread bakery and a fine wine store. See Map.
Serving a breakfast style menu all day as well as a lunch menu during lunch hours, Three Williams uses fresh and tasty ingredients to make distinct gourmet choices for a great meal. Located at 613a Elizabeth St. Redfern.
Doyles, originally openend in 1885 at Watsons Bay, now has two more locations, at Circular Quay and at the Fish Market. Famous with the locals for many years, the delightful fish and seafood dishes are complemented with a varied list of some of Australia’s best wines.
Modus Operandi is a craft brewery, with a restaurant, serving delicioius pizza, ribs, burgers, cheese platters and buffalo wings. Needless to say, there is an excellent range of tasty brews to accompany your meal. Located at 14 Harkeith Street, Mona Vale.
At Harris Park, Parramatta you will find Sydney’s Little India, with a range of restaurants and eateries to choose from. Your bound to find your favourite curry and somasa. If not, there are also spice shops here with Indian flavours for your own cooking.
In the city, at 389 Pitt Street, the Cidery Bar and Kitchen overlooking the World Square. They have tasty food served along their famous ciders as well as others from other producers in Australia.
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