A wood-fired oven, an open-flame hearth and some of the country’s best produce and cocktail bar underneath.
A regional Italian diner that’s barely changed since 1999. Now in Paddington – the generous bowls of spaghetti alle vongole and duck ragu pappardelle are still here, along with more pasta and gnocchi options than ever.
A culinary journey of nose-to-tail dining.
Inside this historic backstreet venue, you'll find a SoCal take on Mexican cuisine.
All-Australian seafood and wine.
A modern Thai restaurant serving twice-cooked master-stock chicken and Wagyu brisket that takes four days to prepare.
Breakfast and lunch from the much-loved bakery.
A Swedish cafe by Funkis serving cinnamon buns, skagen and lingonberry cordial.
The chef trained at Thomas Keller's legendary French Laundry in California as well as some of LA's hottest restaurants.
This bustling, pretty cafe fuses traditional Italian flavours with local brunch staples
Offering goods to fill the pantry and fridge, all from small local producers.
A book store/cafe selling Little Marionette coffee and second hand books at remarkable prices.
An old Paddington favourite has been turned into a sharp neighbourhood pub.
Find classic Italian swagger at Sydney's most-experimental wine bar.
A Paddington stalwart.
A resurrection of the iconic Australian pub by the Mary’s, Young Henrys and Porteño teams.
One of Paddington's classic pubs also has one of the best rooftop bars in town.
A 100-seat cocktail bar beneath Fred’s.
Like the classic takeaway joint, but with more technique.
Josh Niland – of the boundary pushing seafood restaurant Saint Peter – is behind this retail seafood boutique.
Creativity, passion and a good eye for what people like makes this gift store a keeper with more than 50 years’ history under its belt.
It’s selling plants from easy-care to rare. And there’s a B&B; for foliage freaks.
An Australian owned, international epidermal destination.
So much more than the average high-street jeweller.
Paddington has a long-standing association with bars and restaurants, but in recent years, its daytime cafe-culture has emerged as a real...
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