The beating heart of Sydney’s dining scene.
Whether you're after coffee, a sweet treat or a full-blown meal.
Dulwich Hill's cafes are illustrative of the inner-west's enormous cultural diversity. The only thing these places have in common are great coffee.
After a long day, Surry Hills is a great place to wind down.
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Forget everything you know about Lebanese food (and restaurants).
Drinks and snacks reach new heights at this not-restaurant from the team at Ester.
High-quality produce cooked over a naked flame, with no sauces to hide behind.
This Surry Hills diner channels typical kebab joints but with a few improvements. Everything’s made in-house, there's booze, fancy instant coffee and not a fluorescent light to be seen.
A plant-based Mexican diner with creativity at its core.
A sharp restaurant and bar from the team at Bulletin Place. Naturally, it serves great cocktails.
A restaurant and a wine room run by the Icebergs team and Rootstock’s James Hird.
Charcoal-roasted meats and sides, paired with a choice of 300 wines.
Line up for luxurious, velvety ramen made with the help of science.
All-day Italian dining from Jared Merlino, the man behind some of Sydney's best bars.
The super-popular “inauthentic Indian” restaurant from Melbourne and NYC is serving naan pizza and butter chicken without the butter.
An ambitious yet down-to-earth set-menu restaurant from former Farmhouse and Dead Ringer chef Tristan Rosier.
Noisy, spicy and lots of fun, just like the original in Melbourne.
mac'n'cheese croissants and cocktails for breakfast.
A little French bistro with hidden, shady courtyard out back.
A colourful vegan-friendly pasta and spritz bar.
Northern-Italian pizza, pesto lasagne and cocktails.
An oversized bento box-like Japanese eatery and sake bar.
Eat here and you'll alleviate poverty elsewhere.
A pasta retailer turned restaurant.
Simple pizza made well with great ingredients.
A regional Italian diner that’s barely changed since 1999.
Merivale's taco fiesta in a pub.
A traditional Sydney pub with a Central American twist.
Sneakers and champers to go with your fried chicken.
An vegetarian favourite on Sydney's Crown Street strip.
A Japanese dining experience with Western legs.
Redefining how we think about and eat pizza.
Top contender for Sydney’s smallest restaurant, Raita Noda is an eight-seater Japanese kitchen in Surry Hills.
A lively Thai diner.
One of Queensland’s buzziest burger joints is also on Foveaux Street.
Get your fill of Japanese-inspired burgers.
Authentic Vietnamese street food and a long list of Asian beers make this mini-chain a winner.
Authentic Neapolitan pizza on Crown Street.
A Vietnamese institution in Surry Hills.
Dumpling dinner with a happy ending.
Traditional Burmese food and Myanmar Lager.
A fresh, tasty, and simple seafood paradise.
Some of the best light ramen in Sydney.
An industrial-looking local with Thai-inspired brunch.
An Izakaya with food to challenge fine-dining Japanese restaurants.
A cosy, izakaya-style Japanese bar diner with a downtown vibe.
A cosy corner pub-cum-trattoria.
Too Korean to be called modern Australian, but not traditional enough to be called classic Korean.
A colourful restaurant showing India’s whimsical side.
Contrasting colours and layered textures –Sáng pushes the boundaries of Korean cooking.
A Spanish-French menu built around daily market adventures, whole beasts, croquettes and lots of cider.
Sushi that won't break the bank.
A tiny restaurant serving a very different kind of Malaysian food.
There’s udon noodles with miso bolognese, and whisky slushies.