Sydney Dining Guide
With Sydney restaurants beginning to reopen their doors to diners, we’ve put together your go-to dining guide if you’re a little stuck on inspiration.
House Bar & Bistrot, Potts Point
This Italian restaurant located in Potts Point has been strongly rated by other foodies as a favourite dining destination in Sydney. We can hear the pumpkin gnocchi, tagliolini prawns and chocolate fondant calling our name! Whether Italian cuisine is your all-time favourite or one you don’t get to enjoy as often as you like, you need to be booking your table and getting your carb fix at House Bar & Bistrot.
The Nine, Bondi Beach
Has your breakfast table ever looked this good? (We know ours hasn’t). If you’re looking for a new restaurant to try for your long weekend brunch or even midweek breakfast, you need to pop on down to The Nine in Bondi Beach. With an average price of only $20 per person, you can feast on all of the salmon bagels, Turkish baked eggs and Persian avo smash without breaking the bank.
Sails on Lavender Bay, McMahons Point
If you’re looking to treat yourself post-lockdown and dine out at a fine dining restaurant, look no further than Sails on Lavender Bay. This INSIDER restaurant in McMahons Point has breahtaking views of the Sydney harbour, making it the perfect spot for your belated birthday celebrations, anniversary dinners or even I-miss-you catch-ups. The a la carte menu features Modern Australian cuisine with each dish almost too pretty to eat (we said almost!).
Eden Bondi, Bondi Beach
Currently one of the most popular restaurants in Sydney, we guarantee you can feast your eyes and belly on this vegan restaurant in Bondi Beach. Plating up everything from popcorn cauli to nachos and fysh tacos, you’ll be sure to become a regular. What we’re really dining for is the dessert menu though, we’re drooling over the giant cookie skillet and Spanish doughnuts. Go on, book your table.
If it’s not love at first sight with the stylish and modern decor of Jackalberry in Sydney, it will be once you read their menu. Located in the heart of the Sydney CBD makes for a perfect pit stop (or destination) in your night out. The menu features Asian cuisine and is a current favourite of other TheFork foodies like yourself. What are you waiting for? Delicious food awaits.
Happy D’s, Redfern
This little dumpling restaurant in Redfern is new to TheFork and is perfect for your quick lunch break, casual date night or I-need-dumplings-now cravings. Eat all of the pork buns, peking duck pancakes and nutella dumplings to your heart’s desire at Happy D’s, we know we will be.
Little Viet Kitchen, Manly
Another new to TheFork restaurant is Little Viet Kitchen in Manly. Cooking up a storm of Vietnamese cuisine, the menu features everything from bar snacks, to share plates, Bahn Mi and main dishes so you can pick and choose as little or as much as you want. A few of our favourites (if we could only name a few) would have to be the crackling slow roasted 5 spice pork belly bao, the bo luc lac – shaking beef, and of course, we can’t go past the fried ice cream for dessert.
Harvest Vegetarian Restaurant, Rozelle
Reviewed by other TheFork users as being a welcoming, cosy restaurant with fantastic food, Harvest Vegetarian Restaurant should definitely added to your foodie wish-list. With the menu containing all kinds of deliciousness from twice baked goats cheese souffle to three mushroom ravioli, English spinach and kumara gnocchi and sticky date pudding (yum!), it will be sure to become a new favourite. For a limited time, they’re also currently offering a two course preset menu for only $45 per person.
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