Jaaks Dining - The Kyle Bay Events
The Kyle Bay is a foodie destination overlooking the Georges River that dishes up contemporary and ethically-sourced Mediterranean fare. The space is bright and airy with floor to ceiling windows and nautical interiors that reflect the seafood centric menu. Choose from the three part menu, consisting of ‘flora’, ‘ocean’ and ‘fauna’ and pair your meal with some local Greek vino for a sustainable feast.
Blending stunning sandstone interiors with modern Middle Eastern cuisine, Tayim brings a touch of the exotic to the heart of Sydney's iconic Rocks. Forming part of the boutique Harbour Rocks Hotel, this Middle Eastern gem features a mouthwatering menu designed by Israeli-born Head Chef Ran Kimelfeld (ex-Nour). Fans of Israeli cuisine are in for a treat with Ran's creative collection of showstoppers.Look forward to an array of traditional regional dishes with a modern twist, each plate packed with flavour, character ...
The Gardens by Lotus
Bringing their signature Chinese cuisine to the beautiful Chinese Garden of Friendship, Lotus has unveiled The Gardens by Lotus. The latest opening from Lotus Dining Group will offer a modern take on traditional Chinese high tea. Expect their signature dumplings and dim sum, along with a huge range of aromatic teas to help you relax into the tranquil garden setting.
Salt Meats Cheese Dee Why
Launching their first restaurant in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Salt Meats Cheese Dee Why is the group’s biggest restaurant to date, serving up its flavour-packed grazing menu of pastas, pizzas, cocktails and desserts to the idyllic beachside suburb. The restaurant features a bespoke façade comprised of raw steel and large glazed elements, allowing people to see into the venue’s open kitchen, complete with a large pizza oven and bar space. Food and drink at Salt Meats Cheese Dee Why are served ...
My Little Israel
Next door to sister cafe-slash-bakery The Grumpy Baker, My Little Israel pays tribute to owner Michael Cthurmer's heritage.Serving up delicious Israeli street food, the dishes are simple and rustic; like the interiors. Everything is made on site and the woodfire oven warms the space and gives each dish a beautiful flavour.
Taking the Hills District by storm, The Vicar has opened the doors to the ultimate dining destination in Dural. With local Australian suppliers and produce, The Vicar offers locals and Sydney siders a fresh, warm and vibrant destination to socialise, dine, drink and unwind. Segmenting the venue into two distinct halves, a relaxed North Side and more refined South Side, specialised menus have been devised for each area to cater for all occasions and tastes.Venturing inside, Wakefield’s Dining Restaurant brings ...
When it comes to fresh and authentic Italian cuisine, Haberfield's Pappardelle serves up some of the Inner West's best. Focused on delivering traditional recipes with a modern twist, locals keep coming back for the consistently good food and service. The restaurant is warm and welcoming with a quintessential Venetian fitout, complete with white linen tablecloths.
The first of its kind in Sydney, Odd Culture is a wild ale and natural wine bar in the heart of Darlinghurst. Located on the second level of local favourite, The Taphouse, the fit-out has been heavily influenced by rustic farmhouses- think wooden furniture, mural-adorned walls and distressed finishings. The menu, both food and drink, is constantly rotating and evolving, offering diners something new each visit. Diners can select their favourite natural cheeses, cured meats and tinned seafood, to curate ...
Babylon Rooftop & Garden Bar
A sprawling Middle Eastern-inspired rooftop restaurant and bar is set to open at Westfield Sydney this month. From the team behind The Squire's Landing, Babylon boasts a restaurant, two large bars, a wood-fired kitchen, indoor-outdoor dining, a large outdoor terrace, and multiple private and semi-private dining spaces.Interiors are inspired by the once-thriving metropolis, as well as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Think abundant greenery and timber, juxtaposed against silky and velvety upholstery – sophisticated yet relaxed.For the curated cuisine, Head ...
Kurrajong’s Numero Uno Pizzeria & Pasta Bar
Perfectly positioned in Kurrajong Village, Numero Uno is the local go-to for authentic and delicious Italian. The pizza offering is extensive with traditional and gourmet pizzas, while the pasta menu has all the classics - bolognas, lasagne, and penne. Come on the right night, and the pasta offering will be more varied. Open select nights during the week; you can opt to dine in the cosy restaurant or grab it to go for an easy night in.
Central Quarter Restaurant
Central Quarter, in the heart of Chippendale's foodie precinct, is more than just your average hotel restaurant. This modern Australian eatery combines premium, local produce with a relaxed setting. The menu is centered around seasonal produce and is presented in a creative yet simple way.
10 William St
Tucked away in a Paddington terrace, this chic wine bar-slash-restaurant is perfect for date nights and catch-ups with friends. Run by the Fratelli Paradiso brothers, it gives its chefs room to experiment. The result is an ever-evolving menu that’s Italian, with an Australian and/or Asian twist.
Sotto Sopra - Newport
Newport's premier modern Italian trattoria, Sotto Sopra is known for its moreish cuisine and woodfire flavour. Owned and run by chef and restauranteur Alessandro Pavoni (Ormeggio at the Spit), you can expect beautifully presented dishes that are simple yet showcase depth.
Birch is a sophisticated culinary experience set in beautiful Moss Vale. The duo behind Birch brings an innovative and contemporary modern Australian menu that is seasonal based and teeming with locally grown produce. They have a five-course degustation menu, and host regular events throughout the year, such as the Winter Dinner Series.
Punjabi Fusion Sydney
Get ready to redefine everything you ever thought you knew about Indian cuisine – Punjabi Fusion is really pushing th boundaries on the Australian Indian food scene. Serving experimental reinterpretations of classical Indian favourites, this progressive Indian eatery will acquaint you with levitating plates, cold and hot smoking, theatrical liquid nitrogen presentations, among other inventive gastronomic techniques.
Bibo Wine Bar
Very chic, very Double Bay; Bibo Wine Bar is the brainchild of chef Jose Silva (ex-Guillaume) and sommelier Louella Mathews (ex-Rockpool Bar & Grill). About 150 bottles of mostly Aussie wines accompany Portuguese share plates, with a ‘museum’ list of 50 bottles from architect Paul Jones’ cellar. Jones was the man who once owned the space and, yes, it means Penfolds Grange is on the menu.
Renowned New York bar Employees Only will open in Sydney this Saturday, 24th November. Located in a heritage-listed basement on Barrack Street, Employees Only Sydney will make its mark on Australia’s hospitality scene with flawlessly-executed cocktails and refined food, served in a beautiful space without pretence.
Sapphire Indian Restaurant
For authentic Indian cuisine, Sapphire Indian Restaurant is the only place to go. This intimate eatery serves traditional Indian dishes with a modern twist. Make sure you arrive hungry – the delectable curries, biryani, paneer, vindaloo and korma are to-die-for.
Duck & Rice
Occupying an enviable rooftop position at Westfield Sydney, contemporary Chinese restaurant Duck & Rice is elegant, moody and modern. The interior design of the 400-seat restaurant is inspired by traditional Chinese and Art Deco styles from 1930s Hong Kong and Shanghai. Warm timbers are accented by cool marble and balanced with gold trim. Modern Cantonese cuisine reigns supreme at Duck & Rice, with a hint of provincial Chinese culinary influences woven through the menu. From dim sum and silky noodles, ...
The Pacific Club Bondi Beach
The Pacific Club Bondi Beach is an all-day-dining bistro and beach club. Serving up seasonal, modern Australian cuisine along with an extensive wine programme, this beachside hangout knows how the locals like to dine and unwind. The sleek interiors, reflecting its light-filled Bondi location, accommodate an indoor-outdoor dining experience, making it perfect for summer nights and wintery days.