Dining Down Under: Where to Eat in Sydney

Gorgeous beaches, beautiful nature, and sunshine for days. You certainly don’t need convincing of why you should take a trip to Sydney, Australia. But while you’re there, here’s how to make your next trip to Sydney a delicious one!

Tetsuya’s

This upscale restaurant located in the center of Sydney is the ideal spot for any special occasion. The menu is influenced by Japanese cuisine and enhanced by French technique of using fresh ingredients. While definitely on the pricier side, the restaurant’s unique seven course tasting menu will always leave a good taste in your mouth.

LuMi Bar and Dining

LuMi offers a casual fine dining experience, serving modern Italian food with a Japanese twist. Beneath twinkling lights which create an intimate atmosphere, guests can enjoy the delicious tasting menu and wash their meals down with one of the restaurants many signature cocktails, including the LuMi Bellini, a blend of Raspberry and Lychee mixed with Prosecco.

Est.

With its towering white columns, timeless décor and seasonally-driven menu, est. is the embodiment of fine dining. Head chef Jacob Doyle’s artfully selected menu experiments with classic flavors using local ingredients with dishes such as the steamed murray cod and desserts like coconut sorbet. This elegant restaurant is certain to leave a lasting impression.

Mr. Wong

This Cantonese-style restaurant serves up to 80 dishes, and seats 240 people, yet the restaurant still fosters an intimate vibe with dim lighting and jazz. Guest favorites include the barbecue duck and lunchtime dim sum menu, but with such a wide variety of delicious dishes, you may have to stop by more than once!

Café Sydney

With spectacular views of the Sydney Harbor and a wide selection of delicious meals, dining at Café Sydney is an experience you won’t want to skip. Menu standouts include the Dutch cream potato gnocchi and the grilled swordfish dish. This contemporary restaurant also has an outdoor terrace for those particularly beautiful evenings in Sydney.