Here, I have rounded up the top 7 eating joints in different neighborhoods with a specific focus on restaurants that’d surely keep you satisfied and happy.
1. Chinta Ria
A Malaysian restaurant, Chinta Ria is located in Cockle Bay. It has a third-story rooftop terrace offering splendid views of the bustling harbor below. Still, you will have tranquil seclusion with its courtyard tucked away from the hedges of trees, ferns, and shrubs.
2. Ms. G’s Restaurant
Ms. G’s Restaurant is run by Chef Dan Hong who appeared on the TV hit show MasterChef sometimes back. He’s known for his fusion of Asian cuisine which is out of this world in terms of taste and originality.
You can taste here small tapas-style dishes or larger main meals. The ingredients that are used in these dishes, particularly dessert, seem weird, but when you taste them they just are loaded with flavor.
3. Australian Hotel
If you’re looking for more of a budget pub meal, the Australian hotel is the oldest licensed pub in the City of Sydney. The Australian Hotel is a well-preserved example of Edwardian style architecture, and it is also popular for its Kangaroo pizzas.
4. Sake Restaurant & Bar
With a designer space in the historic Argyle Precinct at The Rocks, Saké Restaurant & Bar offers contemporary Japanese food with a menu that experiences seasonal changes.
It is managed by the sushi master head chef, Shaun Presland, who was also on Masterchef of the season. You’ll feel quite special to know you’ve been dining at some of the best restaurants in Sydney. The food at Sake is some of the best Japanese food I’ve ever eaten.
You should try the steamed prawn dumplings that’ll melt in your mouth.
5. Dixon Street Food Court
Here in Dixon Street Food Court, you’ll find just about every Asian cuisine you can imagine: Chinese, Thai, Malaysian, Cambodian, and Vietnamese. These dished are cheap and tasty also.
And the service is fast. You can walk into this food court and have the meal will be served to you within 10 minutes. If you’re looking for a casual and budget-friendly experience, this is what you should head to.
6. Harts Pub
Yet another great pub for a bite to eat, and a beer, is the Australian owned and operated Harts brewery lead by 5th and 6th generation convict descendants. It’s said their craft beers bring to life the true stories of early Australian convicts and settlers. Harts Pub is also popular for its tasty croc bites.
Mamak is an institution that is always lined up by many people eager to have a sample of their divine roti and curries. They also have a branch in Chatswood which is just as busy. My favorite here is their roti entrée.
These are some of the most popular and pocket-friendly eating joints in Sydney that you must hand out at.