Right now, this is Sydney's most exciting dining precinct.
Here, you'll find some of the city's best bread, and sandwiches from one of the city's best fine-dining chefs.
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Where a wood-fired oven is fed with produce sourced from Sydney and surrounds.
A Japanese barbeque restaurant where you collect what you’ll be eating from the shelves yourself.
A fun, energetic take on fine dining headed by ex-Momofuku Seiōbo chef Clayton Wells.
At the heart of this restaurant is a smoker that weighs a tonne, producing some seriously great-tasting meat.
Sicilian recipes, local produce and a heritage rooftop shaded by olive trees.
A New York-Japanese grill helmed by Stanley Wong.
A classic French restaurant on Kensington Street.
Where you can order one of Sydney’s best Philly cheesesteaks in an off-brand American diner.
The cuisine of the Mekong River at Kensington Street.
Pizza, table service, a secret menu and late-night good times inside The Lansdowne Hotel.
A sit-down spot in Spice Alley that serves Indochinese street food.
A different style of lighter tonkotsu in Kensington Street's Spice Alley.
Hungry for more of Japan's most famous ramen? This second location has it.
The Chefs Gallery experiments with Chinese roast-duck takeout in Kensington Street’s Old Rum Store.
A cafe, restaurant and bar from some hospitality veterans.
A new Chippendale bar has the elusive food-and-liquor-delivery licence.
The cult burger bar’s second location is open in Chippendale.