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An underground party parlour, a vegan pasta joint and a diner turning two cuisines into one: here’s Broadsheet Sydney’s top restaurants of 2019 so far.
A former Heston Blumenthal chef has opened an izakaya-style eatery where he uses French techniques to create Japanese flavours.
A Crows Nest favourite has been replaced with a pan-Asian hawker-style eatery.
Two hundred and fifty bottles of wine and a menu of pasta that changes daily is coming to Angel Place in the CBD.
A 10-seat degustation-only Japanese restaurant is also set to open in the CBD.
North Sydney is fast becoming a hub of great cafes. Here’s the latest.
A much-anticipated dining precinct – with a duo of veteran chefs attached – has opened in western Sydney.
This huge Haymarket precinct has added still more eateries to its roster. Expect Vietnamese, ramen and French-inspired flavours when it launches next month.
Old favourites, made over
A Paddington pub has been given a refresh – but its signature dish is still on the menu.
This cult gelato chain is scooping its 40 greatest hits, for one weekend only.
The chef at this Indonesian restaurant never formally learnt to cook – nonetheless, she’s dishing up a beef rendang that’s garnered scores of fans.
Drop some cash
This might just be Sydney’s most expensive meal deal – and reason 1459 why Broadsheet Sydney editor Sarah Norris needs to become independently wealthy.
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