Restorative pho and vegan Vietnamese classics in a zen setting.
Vegetables and seafood dominate the menu at this refined but down-to-earth spot.
Six pastas with your choice of sauce and a couple of starters – simple pleasures await.
Social entrepreneur Shanaka Fernando brings his food and sense of community to Sydney.
A fast-food spot devoted Venezuelan arepas, or maize pancakes.
It’s not on the beach, but the famous burrito house has its fourth taco canteen on the other side of town.
Free coffee if you beat any high scores.
Reps Melbourne's best coffee roasters alongside a compact menu.
A Sydney venue from Tasmania’s best baker.
Brings the farm to the city.
A spacious cafe with a Nepalese twist.
Campos is seemingly everywhere now, but this is where it all began.
A low-key spot with a share-house feel, only with much better food.
The weirdest bar in Sydney is also one of the most fun.
A Solotel-owned pub with its own cocktail bar and band room.
Get your fill of grits, gumbo, jambalaya and American beers.
A vinyl bar celebrating a mix of booze and tunes.
Sydney’s most influential burger joint.
Natural wines, local beers and paper bags of Wapengo oysters make a perfect picnic at dog-watching hour at nearby Camperdown Memorial Rest Park.
Away from the bustle of King Street, The Pie Tin is pretty clear on its specialty.
South King's Collective Ensemble curates an impressive selection of vintage wears.
A vegan-friendly gelateria where everything is produced in-house.
Home to the famous strawberry-watermelon cake.
Minimalist womenswear with sublime prints.
Whether you're after wine, beer or cocktails.
Where to find good food and coffee up and down King Street.
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