Sydney is the most visited city in all of Australia. And it is not hard to see why. Sydney is a beautiful locale that boasts iconic landmarks, botanical gardens, and even fabulous beaches.
But aside from its tourist destinations, another great thing about the city is its long list of acclaimed restaurants. No tourists should end their Sydney stay without doing a little restaurant hopping and enjoy world-class cuisines.
Here are some restaurants to try in Sydney, Australia:
529 Kent St
Owned by internationally renowned chef Tetsuya Wakuda, this restaurant has been a favorite for locals and tourists alike. Open since 1989, Tetsuya’s has remained one of the most popular destinations for reinvented Japanese-French cuisine.
The restaurant also offers have a comprehensive wine list. Their sommeliers can also recommend to you the wine that best goes with the food you ordered — giving you a sophisticated dining experience.
Upper Level Overseas Passenger Terminal, The Rocks
If you want a satisfying dining experience + an awesome view of the Sydney Harbour Area, then Quay this probably the best Sydney restaurant to go to. An internally recognized restaurant, Quay has been named the best restaurant in Australia and also has been included in the prestiogous “The World’s Best 50 Restaurants” list by UK-based company William Reed Business Media.
Considered one of the pioneers of artisan-sourced ingredients and the oddities of nature in all of the city, Quay serves reimagination of Australian cuisine. Their 6-course and 8-course menu allows you to delve in a dining experience showcasing various ingredients pulled from the ground, the rivers, and the seas — a delectably satisfying culinary evolution indeed.
362 Oxford St, Paddington
Want to delve into a uniquely appetizing seafood experience while in Sydney, then there is no better place to go other than Saint Peter. A critically acclaimed seafood restaurant across the globe, the restaurant showcases Australian sustainably sourced seafood.
All seafood dishes Saint Peter serves are guaranteed fresh. They are selected in the morning and prepared expertly by highly trained chefs. Saint Peter also has its own butchery down the road and an on-site dry-ageing room where some species of fish are stored to intensify flavours and achieve maximum skin crispness.
Here are other restaurants to try:
Rockpool Bar & Grill, 66 Hunter St, Sydney
Riley St. Garage, 55 Riley Street, Woolloomooloo
Ester, 46-52 Meagher St, Chippendale
Bentley, 27 O’Connell St, Sydney
Momofuku Seiobo, The Star, Level G/80 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont
Bennelong, Sydney Opera House
Lankan Filling Station, Ground Floor, 58 Riley Street, Darlinghurst
Firedoor, 23-33 Mary Street, Surry Hills