Booth St Bistro
Booth Street Bistro brings modern European cuisine to the streets of Annandale. This local eatery is not only known for its beautifully plated dishes but its chic interiors. Serving all-day breakfast and lunch 6 days-a-week, at dinner be sure to upgrade your experience with wine and dessert.
Bar Asia (Annandale)
Bar Asia dishes up authentic Asian street food in the main hub of Annandale. Their menu is teeming with classic Vietnamese and Thai flavours and they also offer gluten-free options. Take a seat in the minimalist restaurant that has cool wall art or take your meal to go.
Fish & Co
This Rozelle sustainable seafood cafe prides itself on delivering fresh and ethical cuisine. From fisherman to plate, Fish & Co works with eco-friendly fishers in Australia and New Zealand so only the freshest fare lands on your plate. The exhaustive menu showcases the tastiest of dishes and the drinks menu pairs perfectly well.
Flour Eggs Water
The team behind A Tavola have a well-earned reputation and for good reason. A new restaurant of a different name, Flour Eggs Water in Rozelle's Tramsheds, focuses on the simple pleasures of pasta. This is their fourth venture and their refined menu highlights their mantra of getting back to basics.
The Annandale Hotel is one of the most iconic pubs in the Inner West and is known for its friendly and welcoming vibe.There’s always something happening at The Annandale with great tunes providing the soundtrack to a typical night at the pub. The classic pub fare has been curated by Burgers by Josh and no visit to The Annandale is complete without sampling one of their cocktails.
Having undergone extensive restoration, the historic Rozelle Tramway Depot has become home to providores that have mastered the art of fine food and wine. The Tramsheds is on every foodie’s radar with its line-up of restaurants, cafés and providores all under one roof. All the vendors share the same ethos – fine food, education and sustainability, cue Artisan Lane, a space for providores to share their skills in a series of cooking classes, markets and pop-up restaurants.
Sushi Masa's wooden interiors are adorned with artificial cherry blossoms, making this restaurant the ultimate Japanese oasis. This unpretentious eatery serves up an extensive menu of classic dishes; think hand rolls, sashimi and tempura. In foodie circles Sushi Masa is known for their signature dish, tempura camembert. Served hot, it’s as decadent as it gets.
As soon as you step inside this converted motorbike warehouse, you’re in for a treat. Deus Bar & Kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves up Middle Eastern-Mediterranean fusion dishes all day. The industrial space has a relaxed, laidback vibe, and an impressive wine list.
When it comes to farm-to-table dining, Acre Eatery delivers. Prioritising sustainable produce (including their coffee), you can be sure that every dish features produce that is literally harvested from the farm next door. Part of Camperdown Commons, the sprawling space features a sit-down restaurant as well as a bar, terrace, kids area and a shipping container that serves up coffee and treats to-go. The Garden Terrace is just the place to settle in and unwind as you look over their ...
Capriccio Osteria & Bar is easily recognisable from the other Italian eateries on Norton Street with its fruity lemon motif, shown throughout the restaurant. The light, bright and minimal interiors allow the simple and approachable dishes to take centre stage. Best enjoyed with friends, Capriccio is a perfect lunch and dinner destination.
While we’re on the Italian front, Capriccio Osteria & Bar does approachable, modern Italian. It’s simple, with no fusion. The kitchen is run by former Lucio's Head Chef Nicole Bampton, with their best work in making fresh pasta and focaccia on premise. The minimalist fit out brings warmth to the venue featuring, a glass entrance and bright coloured plates. It’s an Italian pitstop worthy of both lunch and dinner. And most importantly, should be shared between friends.
With a name like that, you’d better believe the appetisers are bang on at Aperitivo. Located on Leichhardt’s Norton Street (aka Little Italy), the rustic restaurant-slash-pizzeria serves a curated selection of aperitivo dishes to accompany their boutique wine selection. Zucchini flowers filled with fresh ricotta, classic antipasti, sautéed mussels, and deep-fried calamari are ready to whet your appetite.
Leichhardt's Aperitivo is a pizzeria and restaurant that specialises in small share plates. Perfect for aperitivo hour, these appetisers pack a tasty punch. Over and above the delicious cuisine, this rustic-style venue also delivers quality with their curated menu of boutique wines.
Papaya Thai Eatery
Open for lunch and dinner every day of the week, Papaya Thai Eatery serves up delicious Thai fare.Priding themselves on being family-friendly and well priced, Papaya's traditional dishes taste great whether you dine on the streetside tables, grab takeaway on the run or order home delivery.
Moretti Ristorante Pizzeria
Situated in Leichhardt, Sydney’s own little Italy, Caffe Moretti is often heard before it’s seen. Italians fill this Norton Street favourite and many a heated conversation can be heard spilling through the glass doors as friends and families debate the most recent soccer match or dissect the movie they’ve just seen at The Palace Cinema next door. Bursting with patrons this Inner West haunt stays true to the ‘less is more’ rule. The dough is perfectly cooked, each topping carefully ...
The Bald Faced Stag
Whether you’re after a burger or a live gig, The Bald Faced Stag has you covered. The old hotel has been revamped to cater to the latest American burger trends as well as covering traditional pub classics. If you find yourself along Parramatta Road stop drop in to the beer garden, or time it to catch some live music as well. An old classic with a modern touch on the menu.
Grappa Ristorante e Bar
Leichhardt is the Sydney home of Italian, and Grappa is one of its many kitchens. With a southern and northern Italian menu of both fresh and hearty dishes, it has something for everyone. From grilled scampi and yellow fin tuna carpaccio to brown butter sage ravioli, seafood is at the heart of their menu. An excellent dinner spot between a big group of friends or the family, and a long lunch doesn’t disappoint here either.
Glebe Point Diner
Glebe Point Diner serves up classic comfort food with a focus on seasonal, fresh produce, providing a masterful touch to the classics. This bistro style restaurant does all those home favourites well, and the fit out is chic with a dose of hipster. Indulge in a long lunch outside or a cosy dinner in the warmth.
Creek and Cella
No matter how you spent your morning, Creek & Cella is a suitable afternoon retreat. The wine bar is best enjoyed in the later sun-kissed hours, with sliced to order charcuterie and cheese accompanying organic wines, locally sourced beer and classic cocktails. For those a little more peckish, the locally sourced seasonal menu has a range of share plates and solo meals. Reuben sandwich anyone?
Timbah is a trendy and hip, yet relaxed bar on Glebe Point Road and is the local go-to for wine and tapas-style plates. This industrial chic wine bar serves the wines that have been selected by the first customers of the evening, encouraging creatures of habit to try something different. An extensive wine list looks after all palates and like the wine offering, Timbah’s food menu is rotated frequently.
Traditional in every sense of the word from the cuisine, decor and blackboard menu, Ombretta embodies authentic Italian cuisine. Following the mantra of 'simple and seasonal', this rustic eatery consistently delivers on quality and taste. Hosting regular events like wine tasting nights, Ombretta is a must visit for foodies.
A Glebe favourite, Tinello serves up quality, contemporary Italian food. From the creative cuisine to the impressive curated wine list, this eatery is a touch fancy without being stuffy. Located in the art deco Valhalla building, the interiors deliver a modern take on a bygone era.
3 Weeds Rozelle
One of Sydney’s first gastropubs, 3 Weeds has taken pub food to a whole new level. Transforming their fine dining restaurant into a casual dining space, The Garden, pub menu features all the classics with a modern twist. A façade elegantly draped with trademark lush green vines, the 3 Weeds in Rozelle has long been known for its restaurant’s impeccable dining offering. An in-house herb and veggie garden helps the kitchen create meals of unparalleled freshness, while the understated public ...
To eat a meal cooked by the Chef of the Year, head to Sixpenny in Stanmore. Helmed by Daniel Puskas, who was awarded for his ability to create pared-back dishes with complex yet complementary flavours. The restaurant itself won two Chef Hats, thanks to its ever-changing Modern Australian menu. It’s famous for its venison tartare, but the Rangers Valley scotch fillet with mushroom and masala is just as good. Housed in a corner terrace near Stanmore station, Sixpenny oozes elegant ...