5 Restaurants That Offer Some Of The Best Delectable Delights In Sydney

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5 Restaurants That Offer Some Of The Best Delectable Delights In Sydney


When you are on holiday, one of the things you can’t afford to compromise is the quality of the food you eat. In Sydney, this will not be a problem for you. The fact that this is a metropolitan city that is visited by people from all over the world means that there is a huge variety of cuisines from all over the world. There are some restaurants that have also gone the extra mile to make the dining process a lot more fun, making having a meal more of an experience. The number of restaurants that you are likely to be impressed by is large, but there are some that are particularly notable to both locals and foreigners.

Australia is also at the forefront of the sustainable food movement and the farm to table movement. Many restaurants and chefs have discovered that having seasonal menus that change with whatever is best locally is a much better way to deliver top quality food to diners. The number of farmers markets that have sprung up over the last several decades is incredible. There are website directories dedicated to keeping the schedules and locations of all the different farmers markets. Somewhere in Sydney there is a farmers market going on every day. The best restaurants are taking advantage of the amazing locally sourced produce, beef, chicken and of course the seafood from this ocean dwelling nation.

Some of our favourite restaurants include:

Momofuku Seiobo

If you are looking for an unforgettable dining experience, choosing to have your meals at this restaurant should be the way to do it. This is a Japanese restaurant that seems to try to do all it can to stand out from the crowd. For one, there is not a single window in the restaurant, giving it a unique feel. In addition to that, the menu strays from traditional Japanese cuisine, and instead offers a degree of experimentation that always seems to work. The types of meals you will have here are unique, making it an absolute favourite for many.

They are not cheap! Allow 2 hours to indulge in this meal. They are only open for dinner Monday through Saturday from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm, and lunch on Saturday from 12 pm to 2 pm. A one of a kind experience with fabulous Japanese cuisine.


The main selling point of this restaurant (apart from the fact that it offers great foods) is the fact that it’s perched in a perfect location to offer unobstructed views of the Sydney harbour. This is the restaurant to visit when you need a combination of good food and the perfect ambience. Due to the popularity of the place, you will need to book your table well in advance. However, going through this trouble will always be worth it.

Quay has an ever evolving menu that changes with the seasons. Enjoy options like island lamb, and pink snapper, slow braised quail, black lipped abalone and stone pot organic green rice. The standard of this restaurant is outstanding. The view is amazing, and the experience is truly memorable.


The one thing you will notice about this restaurant is its minimalist design. The interior design is uncluttered, giving it a clean look which is amazingly comfortable to be in. The chef running the restaurant is celebrated, and all his dishes seem to be masterpieces. Spending some time in this restaurant will give you a unique experience unlike any other.

In addition to the fabulous dining experience when you visit marque, they sometimes publish some of their recipes online. If you are feeling particularly brave why not attempt the Chocolate Vermicelli, or Kumquats & Yoghurt for dessert, or try the Southern Rock Lobster with salted butter, wakame, caramelised yoghurt, curry leaves & konbu. So much goodness in one place.


This is a restaurant that has been around for the better part of 25 years. Over this time, the chefs have managed to create a niche for themselves in the industry, providing some of the best cuisine in the city. The interior design of the restaurant might not be as striking as others such as Marque, but it’s still inviting nonetheless. Rockpool uses organic eggs, specialty ingredients by Lario, Olive oil by megalong gold, and a long list of other fine ingredients that are either locally sourced or imported for extreme quality.


This restaurant is perhaps best known for being one of the most expensive in the city. However, after having some of their meals, you will come to appreciate that it’s worth every penny. The chefs go to great lengths to create masterpieces with their dishes, and the ambience is also to die for as well. Simply put, you will not regret spending money on a good meal here. The list of accolades awarded to Est is impressive and includes the coveted title of Best Fine Dining Restaurant 2012  from Australian Hospitality Association Awards for Excellence.

To make it easier to go to any of these restaurants, consider hiring a minibus or coach if you are travelling in a group. This allows you and your group to travel comfortably and arrive together for dining without any transportation hassle. Even if your group is as small as 2 people a private minicoach can get you and your date to and from dinner and drinks safely.

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