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EAST CHINESE, Shop 8, 1 Macquarie Street.
There is no secret Chinese menu at this busy restaurant, just a range of dishes from the familiar to the adventurous.  Native Australian meats, including kangaroo, emu and crocodile, are on the menu, as well as a bevy of seafood treats, fresh from the tank.  It's the best Chinese restaurant for people-watching.
Tel:  92 - 52 - 68 - 68
Price Range:  $60 - $85

HERITAGE BELGIAN BEER CAFE, 135 Harrington Street.
There are other options listed on the menu bit for anyone in the know, mussels provide the only authentic Belgian experience, cooked one of eight ways and served in a pot.  Other entrees include duck salads, oysters and a selection of Belgian Ardennes charcuterie.  Of course, there are Belgian beers on tap and an  amazing range of artisan brews.
Tel:  92 - 41 - 17 - 75
Price Range:  $60 - $85

MCA CAFE, Museum of Contemporary Art, 140 George Street.
The menu is full of Sydney favourites such as pan-fried kingfish, risotto and twice-baked cheese souffle, and its fabulous location on the Circular Quay side of the MCA building, makes this restaurant a good choice.  After satisfying your sweet teeth with creme brulee, diners head upstairs to the galleries to absorb the art.
Tel:  92 - 41 - 42 - 53
Price Range:  $60 - $85

OPERA BAR, Lower Concourse Level, Sydney Opera House.
This is a great place for a refreshing pit stop on the way to or from the Opera House and an excellent destination in its own right.  Bar food is available from noon until 11pm, with good-value tasting plates.  There are also pre-theatre, lunch and dinner menus.  Nightly entertainment sees DJ's and jazz, soul and funk bands.
Tel:  92 - 47 - 16 - 66
Price Range:  $60 - $85

SAILOR'S THAI, 106 George Street.
Located at the historic Sailor's Home, chef and Thai food expert David Thompson continues to oversee the menu at this restaurant.  Highly recommended are the crispy fish and green papaya salad, and braised beef ribs spiked with chili.  The cheaper Canteen, upstairs, is open for lunch and dinner too.
Tel:  92 - 51 - 24 - 66
Price Range:  $60 - $85

AQUA LUNA, 5-7 Maquarie Street.
The menu at this sophisticated place changes daily, making the best use of the freshest produce.  The hearty fare might include grain-fed eye fillet of beef with lentils and baby fennel.  There is a 20-minute wait for risotto cooked to order and it is definitely worth it.  The glowing-blue bar, downstairs, serves great cocktails and pizzas.
Tel:  92 - 50 - 03 - 11
Price Range:  $85 - $110

CAFE SYDNEY, Level 5, Customs House, 31 Alfred Street.
This buzzing restaurant, on the to floor of historic Customs House, has sweeping views.  The terrace is delightful;  in winter, gas heaters keep diners warm and special resin lamps make each table glow.  The kitchen's tandoori oven, wood-fired grill, wok and rotisserie turn out a great variety of food.  There is live jazz on Sunday afternoons.
Tel:  92 - 51 - 86 - 83
Price Range:  $85 - $110

THE WHARF RESTAURANT, Sydney Theatre Company, Hickson Road.
A wonderful setting in a restored wharf offering an unusual view of the Harbour Bridge.  Directly opposite, Luna Park provides a glittering backdrop of night-lights.  In the winter, special dishes such as truffle-infused Brie are added to the menu.  Plan to dine after 8pm to avoid the theatre crowd.  Disabled access should be arranged in advance.
Tel:  92 - 50 - 17 - 61
Price Range:  $85 - $110

ALTITUDE, Level 36, Shangri-La Hotel Sydney, 176 Cumberland Street.
One of the few places in Sydney that requires guests to look smart, anything less would clash with the super-slick decor.  Those who arrive early might sip on one of  a great range of aperitif cocktails in the Blu Horizon bar before supper.  Altitude serves modern Australian cuisine inspired by European influences.
Tel:  92 - 50 - 61 - 23
Price Range:  Over $110

ARIA, 1 Macquarie Street.
There are many options here, from a seven-course degustation to a set price one, two or three-course lunch, pre-theatre meal or supper.  Fish and seafood star in many dishes, such as the pumpkin ravioli and baked scampi with lemon butter and muscatels, and the ocean trout and salmon terrine with a dill dressing and grilled sourdough.
Tel:  92 - 52 - 25 - 55
Price Range:  Over $110

GUILLAUME AT BENNELONG, Sydney Opera House.
You cannot beat the excitement of dining in the Opera House, especially in such a romantic, elegant space.  An emphasis on seafood produces dishes such as the signature basil-infused tuna with mustard seed and soy vinaigrette.  A cheaper way to taste chef Guillaume Brahimi's food is by ordering tapas-style served from the cocktail bar.
Tel:  92 - 41 - 19 - 99
Price Range:  Over $110

HARBOUR KITCHEN AND BAR, Park Hyatt Sydney, 7 Hickson Road.
Especially lovely by day, when the bustle of Circular Quay can be fully appreciated and ferries pass close by the wall of windows.  Good-value lunch and pre-theatre deals allow chef Danny Drinkwater's signature duck and beetroot tart to be tasted for less.  Modern high tea is served in the more casual kitchen, which is a better choice for children.
Tel:  92 - 56 - 16 - 61
Price Range:  Over $110

QUAY, Upper Level, Overseas Passenger Terminal.
Another spectacular view, and food to match, with star chef Peter Gilmore making magic out of the best and freshest produce and combining ingredients in surprising ways.  Try the crisp pressed cinnamon spiced duck, white turnips, sea scallops, spring onion and chive flowers.  The famous five-textured chocolate cake is to die for.
Tel:  92 - 51 - 56 - 00
Price Range:  Over $110

ROCKPOOL, 107 George Street.
Neil Perry opened his Sydney fine-dining institution in 1989 and invented modern Australian cuisine with his fusion of European and Asian flavours.  The blue-swimmer crab omelette is mouth-watering.  Recent renovations spruced the place up and added a seafood bar.  For complete indulgence, book the tasting menu.  Bookings recommended.
Tel:  92 - 52 - 18 - 88
Price Range:  Over $110

WILDFIRE, Ground Level, Overseas Passenger Terminal.
This glamorous restaurant has views of the Opera House when there is no cruise ship in port.  Great for a big night out or a snack after a show.  Enjoy a range of offering from the wood-fired Brazilian churrasco grill or pull up a seat at the Sea Bar.  Mixologists create some of Sydney's best cocktails at the intimate bar, Ember.
Tel:  82 - 73 - 12 - 22
Price Range:  Over $110

YOSHII, 115 Harrington Street.
Ryuichi Yoshii is one of Sydney's top sushi chefs and the author of a sushi cookbook.  His restaurant serves dinner in the kaiseki style, a series of unique small dishes that gradually warm the stomach like a small stone  (a Japanese precursor to the hot water bottle).  Though pricey, this is excellent value.  Lunchtime bento boxes are cheaper.
Tel:  92 - 47 - 25 - 66
Price Range:  Over $110

 

CITY CENTRE

BODHI IN THE PARK, Cook and Phillip Park, 2-4 College Street.
This is a wonderful place to come for lunch on a sunny day, or for dinner on a summer's night, when you can sit outside.  You will be amazed by the realistic vegan versions of fish and chicken.  The sang choy bau  (not-pork)  is excellent, as is the signature dish, a skin-and-all vegan Peking duck.  There is also a good wine and cocktail list.
Tel:  93 - 60 - 25 - 23
Price Range:  Under $35

MOTHER CHU'S VEGETARIAN KITCHEN, 367 Pitt Street.
A cheap and cheerful restaurant that offers big serving of hearty food by blending the flavours of Taiwan, China and Japan.  It's often full of students and arty types enjoying the warm Buddhist hospitality.  They offer delicious stir-fries and curries you can trust are really vegetarian.  Do not be put off by the canteen decor.
Tel:  92 - 83 - 28 - 28
Price Range:  Under $35

DIETHNES, 336 Pitt Street.
A Sydney institution, Diethnes has been in the same basement spot for 35 years, and you can tell.  But get past the kitsch decor, and you will find huge portions of hearty meals.  With dozens of meat dishes, pastas, rice, salads and traditional Greek fare such as tzaziki and spanakopita, there is something for everyone.
Tel:  92 - 67 - 89 - 56
Price Range:  $35 - $60

ENCASA, 423 Pitt Street.
Near Central Station, this casual Spanish restaurant is one of Sydney's best.  If you intend to try their signature dish, Romesco de Peix, a Catalan seafood stew, it is best to let them know in advance.  Served in an earthenware bowl, the prawns, squid and fish swim in a traditional, hazelnut sauce.  Their standards of tapas, paella and sangria are great.
Tel:  92 - 11 - 42 - 57
Price Range:  $35 - $60

GPO WOODFIRED PIZZA, Lower Ground Floor, 1 Martin Place.
Serving a regular pizza for $15 makes this city diner fabulous value, meaning you can dine in the restored GPO building for a fraction of the cost of neighbours Prime and Post.  The pizzas have crispy bases and the freshest toppings.  Try a salame piccante with classic toppings of tomato, mozzarella, salami and olives.
Price Range:  $35 - $60

SLIP INN, 111 Sussex Street.
This is the gentrified pub where Australia's Mary Donaldson met her husband, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark.  During the day, two menus offer modern Australian and Thai fare, best devoured in the sunny courtyard.  At night, a short and sweet selection of pizzas keeps the customers happy.
Tel:  82 - 95 - 99 - 99
Price Range:  $35 - $60

POST SEAFOOD BRASSERIE, Lower Ground Floor, 1 Martin Place.
Every fish that comes through the Post kitchen has been spiked, in the ikijimi method.  This means that even dishes such as chargrilled tuna or roasted blue eye trevalla are made with sashimi quality fish.  There are plenty of non-fishy options on the menu too, including vegetarian pumpkin ravioli, braised lamb shanks and duck confit.
Tel:  92 - 29 - 77 - 44
Price Range:  $60 - $85

SKY PHOENIX,  Attic, Level 3, 77 Castlereagh Street.
Yum cha means to drink tea, and while green or jasmine tea will accompany your lunch, the real attractions are the trolleys laden with dumplings.  These include gow gee, dim sum and steamed buns, which might be filled with pork, green vegetable or prawns.  The staff will be happy to explain the ordering system and each dish's content.
Tel:  92 - 23 - 88 - 22
Price Range:  $60 - $85

SUSHI E, Level 4, 252 George Street.
Located inside the exclusive Hemmesphere Bar, there are so many magnificent sushi and sashimi dishes on offer here;  it is impossible to list them.  Ordering the set of little Asian spoons, each with a different delicious morsel, is a good idea.  You might follow this with a nigiri sushi set or test your taste buds with a chili-loaded dynamite sushi roll.

GLASS BRASSERIE, Level 2, 488 George Street.
When the Hilton completed its renovations in mid-2005 it became the snazziest hotel in Sydney.  This restaurant aims to find a happy medium between the comfort and familiarity of a hotel bistro and the quality and excitement of chef Luke Mangan's previous restaurant, Salt.  The menu is filled with classics such as steak tartare and duck a l'orange.
Tel:  92 - 65 - 60 - 68
Price Range:  $85 - $110

INDUSTRIE - SOUTH OF FRANCE, 107 Pritt Street.
This is just not a restaurant but a cafe, bar and club too.  It's anything you want it to be.  There's breakfast, dinner, drinks and dancing, and it's all infused with the flavour and spirit of the French Riviera.  Vodka appreciation courses are held on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, and there are DJ's from Wednesday to Saturday.
Tel:  92 - 21 - 80 - 01
Price Range:  $85 - $110

BECASSE, 204 Clarence Street.
Once a tiny bistro, Becasse recently moved into this swanky city space.  Chef Justin North does wonderful things with less popular cuts of meat, as well as luxe updates of classics such as smoked haddock soup with quail egg and oscietra caviar.  Luckily, the very rich food is served in small portions.  Diners are offered several complimentary nibbles.
Tel:  92 - 83 - 34 - 40
Price Range:  Over $110

EST, Level 1, 252 George Street.
The Establishment complex houses a lively ground level bar and a more restrained lunge above.  In between, this dining room provides the setting for a luxurious meal.  There are no views but the food shines as bright as the city lights.  Don't miss the blood orange souffle with blood orange sorbet.  Booking is recommended.
Tel:  92 - 40 - 30 - 10
Price Range:  Over $110

 

 

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