Settle in for bocadillos, sobrasada and cured meats.
A restaurant which samples cuisines from all around the Mediterranean.
Dan Hong is back in the kitchen of the influential diner, serving dishes old and new (including that famous Lotus cheeseburger) at the original site.
Adventurous yakitori, inspired by the laneway restauraunts of Fukuoka. You can even order chicken hearts, if you love a challenge.
Takeaway fried chicken by the chef from Mr Crackles.
Metisse is offering a French degustation with matching wine for $100 per person.
This is more showroom than cafe, with coffee from one of Sydney's most experienced baristas.
A menu that doesn’t sacrifice flavour to achieve its nourishing tag, and a drinks list that’s all about fermentation.
You’ll smell the carrot cake waffles before you even walk in the door.
One of Sydney’s most treasured spots for Italian culture.
Don’t be fooled by this cafe’s modest appearance – it can do plenty in its tiny kitchen.
An even smaller version of Redfern's favourite hole-in-the-wall.
The Eau De Vie team's second great bar has a Prohibition theme, and a far more substantial food menu that most.
The sister venue of Love, Tilly Devine is perfect for a date night of snacks and wine.
A hard-partying venue with a luxurious spin.
A small bar with a laidback 1920s charm and plenty of heart.
With cocktails dedicated to local figures.
The every-person’s new local.
This tiny store stocks Australia’s best and serves a cheese-encrusted toastie masterpiece.
A beautiful florist selling local flowers in an art-deco building.
A shoe addict's haven in Potts Point.
So much more than just meat.
Potts Point is well known for its residential grandeur. But there's also a splendid array of cafes here, each of which cater to just about every taste.
Some of the city's best dining is here, along with a handful of cheap and cheerful options.
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