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Kirribilli’s Cool Mac crew bring cod roe melts and soba noodles to the inner west.
A restaurant and a wine room run by the Icebergs team and Rootstock’s James Hird.
Natural wine and handmade pasta from the crew behind Chica Bonita and Sunset Sabi.
Caviar, champagne, tanks of live lobsters – there’s a certain swagger to this high-end restaurant in a relaxed waterside locale.
British celebrity chef Rick Stein is behind this former no-frills motel. Now it offers good eating, spa treatments and an enviable swimming pool.
This bar from Maurice Terzini matches casual dining with high-quality produce.
Fashion and homewares that eschew the usual trends.
This sprawling mega-venue is Merivale’s most ambitious. Here you’ll find a family-friendly bistro, a tapas bar, a cocktail den and a fine diner that spiritually succeeds the now closed Est. Plus, there’s a killer rooftop bar on top of it all.
Sit under a lush green wall, cocktail in hand.
One of the few spots in Sydney to try genuine northern-style Thai food.
All-day breakfast and Portuguese tarts made to a 30-year-old recipe.
A pasta retailer turned restaurant.
Plenty of seafood and a people-first approach make this a hit with locals.
A Bowie inspired rock and roll bar serving up Japanese food with attitude.
Go through a fridge door to the bar below, where there are 250 whiskies, three cocktail lists and melty raclette.
A restaurant and kiosk right on the sand in The Avalon Beach Surf Life Saving Club.
A contemporary Australian restaurant with hints of an Italian focus.
A creative marketplace for emerging artists, fashion and designers.
Thai food that pulls no punches.
An all-vegan Thai restaurant with “fish” curry and a special take on “Buffalo wings”.
Quality coffee and a no-fuss menu.
Vietnamese bento boxes. Why didn’t anyone think of this earlier?
Cocktails that will change the way you think about gin.
A standing-room-only tapas bar with mini cocktails and Spanish snacks.
A brewery backed by six months of research in the US.
Public House Petersham features a wood-fired pizza oven, a Czech pork platter and wine on tap.
A cafe at Dee Why beach, so close to the water you can virtually swim to it.
A Vietnamese cafe that serves a huge range of regional dishes, including a giant dome of deep-fried sticky rice stuffed with chicken.
An all-in-one Thai cocktail bar, cafe and restaurant.
A Toby’s Estate espresso bar with an emphasis on beans and brewing methods.
Mexican food and the beach.
Old meets new in the lobby of Pyrmont’s Ovolo 1888 hotel, where you can snack on pintxos and wine.
Pasta every way you could want it.
Serving up fresh gelato and sorbet with full-on flavours and enthusiasm.
A private island party with coconut cocktails, floating on the harbour.
It’s not on the beach, but the famous burrito house has its fourth taco canteen on the other side of town.
Take some time for self-care at this beautiful northern-New South Wales resort.
A CBD northern-Thai diner channelling the late-night tapas dishes of a famous Chiang Mai market stall.
Bush ingredients and a design that channels the French Riviera are the hallmarks of this schmick all-day spot.
The cheesy snack that won over Asia.
Take a break from your shopping for some natural light and beautifully presented brunch.
Cheese takoyaki balls, steamed pork buns and Japanese-inspired hot dogs at the top floor of the Newtown Hotel.
Burgers, booze, the beach: a winning trifecta.
Traditional pizza and handmade pasta in the city.
Beer, beer and more beer.
Penang-style street food from the team behind Petaling Street and PappaRich.
Chef Nelly Robinson’s self-titled restaurant nel. serves conceptual, degustation-only cuisine in a Surry Hills basement space.
Handmade pastas and traditional Brescian fare take over a quiet local corner of Willoughby’s High Street.
A big, old raucous pub set back from the beach in Bondi.
A local brand with functional Swedish style.