The best restaurants in Newtown cover freshly made falafels, burgers served with a side of metal, and a European-style bistro serving canned cocktails and charcuterie over the bar.
Where to find good food and coffee up and down King Street.
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The menu is à la carte, the wines are by Giorgio De Maria, and – as at the original – the food is still groundbreaking.
The Newtown takeaway-focused outpost of Western Sydney’s favourite chicken shop offers all of the favourites, plus Southern-style fried chicken
Serving a pizza style all its own. Plus natural Italian wines, cannoli and tiramisu.
A trio of chefs is behind this dapper bar with a penchant for low-intervention wines.
After almost ten years of selling meat and cheese, this pizzeria went vegan.
Sydney's crunchiest fried chicken. Plus katsu burgers, waffle fries and tater tots.
Traditional Mexican food and not-so-traditional Margaritas.
This casual eatery highlights the cuisine of southern Italy. There's slow-cooked octopus, chickpea pasta and house-made shortcrust pastries.
Top-quality steaks and burgers to eat in or take home.
Six pastas with your choice of sauce and a couple of starters – simple pleasures await.
Serving bao noodles, salted-egg fried chicken and lots of vegan dishes.
A revamped pub and live-music venue in a quiet part of Newtown.
Cheese takoyaki balls, steamed pork buns and Japanese-inspired hot dogs at the top floor of the Newtown Hotel.
Build your own burger, hot dog, mac‘n’cheese or loaded fries.
Pizza like you’ve never tried before.
Some of the best Korean fried chicken in town.
Homemade baklava, falafel and other highlights of Lebanese cuisine.
Restorative pho and vegan Vietnamese classics in a zen setting.
Old-school burgers and rotisserie chicken like you used to get after school.
The bistro half of Newtown’s Continental Deli is doing a classic European menu.
Fish and chips done right in East Village.
Social entrepreneur Shanaka Fernando brings his food and sense of community to Sydney.
It’s not on the beach, but the famous burrito house has its fourth taco canteen on the other side of town.
A wood-fired pizzeria by a hospitality veteran and his mum.
Vegetables and seafood dominate the menu at this refined but down-to-earth spot.