Sydney Food Directory
Discover more restaurants in Australia’s most populous city.
After it’s cooked in the hot pot, you dip the pieces into sauces including sesame, ponzu, or a whipped bowl of egg yolk.
The food is served in an authentic Italian style, separated by categories including antipasti (first course), fresh pasta, risotto, secondi (meats), contorni (side dishes) and dolci (sweets).
Inside East Village mall in Zetland, a classy Chinese restaurant serves yum cha, seafood and large meals.
The touchscreen provides a teaser, with the rest of the adventure (or leap of faith) yours to embark on.
Whether it’s for your daytime or night-time meal, Auvers brings community, art and innovative food together.
Having worked for international luxury hotels, Alex could lay a table with beautiful recipes memorised from years of catering for discerning diners.
You look inside to search for clues when a smiling, apron-wearing man introduces himself as Michael Pha.
With one of the highest population densities in a city already known for its urban lifestyle, it is no wonder that Kowloon is a culturally
Located in Sydney’s Thai Town, Capital Thai is a comfortable restaurant for family meals and group events. Their kitchen dishes up traditional favourites like Massaman Curry
On the bottom floor of Regent Place Shopping Centre, the open kitchen of Edomae Sushi Yokocho can be found humming with calm but determined energy.
Before you step into Rhodes Central’s new Cantonese restaurant, you might want to make a mental note that you are still in Sydney.
Kickin’ Inn is a unique seafood experience where you get your hands dirty. The flavours are inspired by Cajun spice and heartiness. We travelled to their Kirrawee branch.
Dulcet creates custom cakes and sweets for every occasion. They have three locations in Sydney: Burwood, Haymarket and Town Hall.
“Luosifen” has a unique flavour profile, with its English name, “River Snail Rice Noodles”, providing an interesting question mark on its potential taste.