Touted the Best Korean food in Sydney. There is always a long line here and they do not take reservations, so definitely come prepared to wait in line. You will not be disappointed
Purple Goanna is a café located in Redfern offering a unique twist on bush tucker. They call it Modern Australian – creating meals using traditional Aboriginal Australian meats, spices and fruits, and then fusing it with today’s cuisine.
A fresh twist on Australian cuisine is matched with professional and friendly service, making the restaurant the perfect place for a memorable dining experience or special event. Menus. Enjoy a festive three course Christmas lunch at Botanic, featuring a range of traditional and seafood options. Menu
If high tea is a novel idea for you and you are willing to spend some money, go to The Tea Room. High tea means three stacked plates of different pastries (both savory and sweet), a scone and other pastry plate, and tea.
This place is amazing, the media lunas (kind of like mini croissants) are unique and delicious. The coffee is yum and reliable. Dulce Luna offers an Argentine breakfast, with great service. Good coffee and an awful lot of pastry type things cooked on site. Other Locations. See Products
This chic little Lilyfield eatery has earned a loyal following for serving outstanding coffee and delectable food. The Local Press roasts its coffee beans on site, ensuring the freshest brew. The menu offers the usual café suspects, done very well indeed; the roast pork sambo packed with fresh apple, walnuts and goat’s cheese is a house specialty.The kids will instantly dart towards the fabulous adjoining playground, but don’t fret; the café offers outdoor seating for mummas and papas to keep watch. Order the buckwheat crepes with spiced ricotta and fresh mango. A lovely child-friendly café for the Inner West folk of Sydney.
The upmarket Bistro Fax Restaurant & Bar at the Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney enjoys gleaming surrounds and a sophisticated ambience. Serving up delicate yet flavoursome Modern Australian fare with touches of European richness, this city restaurant and bar delivers a polished dining experience and is a tasteful choice for corporate and social functions. Regular Menus. Enjoy a wonderful Christmas dinner Menu
A great place for a traditional high tea, devonshire tea and much more,
BBQ City is bustling and basic - you wouldn't come here for the ambiance! The reason to come is, as the name suggests, the BBQ! The focus on a wide range of really good quality meat is apparent. While you'll find hot pots, and other items, for me at least it is all about the meat.
Whislt Zumbo's is famous for its macarons it's the cakes that make the line worth while. The cakes are intricate and imaginative, so much so that you don't mind paying $9 just for the genius that had to go in to inventing such a masterpiece. Lots of sugar indeed, but the sugar levels aren't overly done. And they are just so beautifully crafted.
Set next to the newly refurbished Prince Alfred Park pool, Meadow is not your average poolside kiosk. With exotic specialties on the menu, like black sticky rice with coconut cream, and fried eggs with jamon, as well as delightful options for kids (sliders, spaghetti jaffles, milkshakes), Meadow is quite the place for a fun family affair. Featuring outdoor seating overlooking the playground, it’s the perfect spot for adventurous little ones.