An elegant steakhouse with a great view.
An intriguing restaurant in Pyrmont, with a chef that lists Noma and Attica on his CV.
PizzAperta by Stefano Manfredi is serving pizza at The Star.
Japanese food fit for a high (or first-time) roller.
David Chang’s Korean eatery from New York.
Sydney’s first rice-burger restaurant.
Serving breakfast crème brûlée, salmon terrine and brown-butter scrambled eggs.
Parisian cakes with Asian flavours.
A sweet little bakery on Harris Street.
Doughnuts and nitrogen coffee until 10pm? Hello.
American food, but not what you’d expect.
Shaped like a kebab and stuffed with homemade gelato, dulce de leche and Valrhona chocolate.
Vino with integrity – and food that’s a little bit French, a little bit Korean.
Craft beers downstairs, and DJs, cocktails and views of the CBD upstairs on the sunny verandah.
Old meets new in the lobby of Pyrmont’s Ovolo 1888 hotel, where you can snack on pintxos and wine.
A destination for lovers of craft beer.
Cocktails and seafood at night and Sensory Lab coffee and Scotch eggs in the morning.
You may double take when you see Wagyu steaks at the fish market, but stop here for a personal and comprehensive meat shopping experience.
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