Some of the city's best dining is here, along with a handful of cheap and cheerful options.
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 abou...
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The city has some of the best cocktail bars in the world, but there’s a surprising lack of venues with a focus on vino. Monopole has moved from Potts Point to the CBD – brining its clever mix of snacking and thoughtful drinks list in tow.
A fresh take on Japanese izakaya dining.
Sydney’s first fine-dining restaurant devoted to plants.
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.
The best elements of Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean and American cuisine combined.
A Potts Point institution with a European bistro feel.
Tasty Greek share plates.
You won't find any sugar skulls or sombreros here. This eatery and mezcal bar is inspired by the coastal state of the same name and the executive chef's heritage, flour tortillas are preferred – and they're used to make Wagyu-pastrami burritos.
Cantonese with a modern twist.
Colonial French food, without all the butter.
A casual alleyway eatery, where Impromptu Dining used to be.
A contemporary Australian restaurant with hints of an Italian focus.
Traditional Chinese tearoom meets local watering hole in a Potts Point dumpling restaurant.
Find all the colours of the Levant at this Potts Point restaurant.
Cured meats are the star at this tiny Italian diner.
Takeaway fried chicken by the chef from Mr Crackles.
Although it’s only about as big as a takeaway container, the aptly-named Dumpling & Noodle House in Potts Point is bursting with delights - and people enjoying them.
Settle in for bocadillos, sobrasada and cured meats.
Metisse is offering a French degustation with matching wine for $100 per person.
Adventurous yakitori, inspired by the laneway restauraunts of Fukuoka. You can even order chicken hearts, if you love a challenge.
Stunning city views paired with cocktails and share plates.
Just as much fun as Tokyo’s boisterous izakayas.