Royal Coppenhagen is a chain of ice cream stores that can be found throughout Sydney. They carry the usual ice cream flavors as well as some exotics in cups or cones.
We usually frequent the Lindt... more
So I went here to eat after a day out at the Blue Mountains. It was just me and I wanted something to eat. I chose this place because they had a "Sunset Menu" that included 2 entrees, desert and a... more
Sydney Fish Market has a number of food outlets so you have the choice of sitting in restaurants or taking your freshly cooked meal outside to sit on the waterfront overlooking the fishing fleet.
Doyles is a famous seafood restaurant, originally only at Watsons Bay, now also at the harbour and at the fish market in Sydney. Dine outside (or inside with picture windows), the view is sensational.... more
On our first evening, we weren't interested in a full dinner. They gave us a six pm wake-up call and we did get up and go down and went to the bar to get a snack. This is a courtyard area on the... more
I visited a couple of the Sonoma cafes along my travels. The first was in Bondi, but I also ate breakfast at the Glebe cafe before checking out the markets. Both were bustling with locals grabbing sit... more
Sushi Train is a "chain" of sushi restaurants across Australia; they have several locations in the Sydney area. We came to the Sutherland location with our friend Laura for lunch. Judging by the crowd... more
Lunch Mon-Sat $55 Sun $59.50
Dinner Mon-Thurs $69.50 Fri-Sun $85
Children 3-12 $25
Kids Eat Free for lunch and dinner every Monday and Tuesday, all year round. Promotion is limited to one child per... more
The Fringe Bar is an awesome pub that has great pub grub. We came here every Tuesday for Pub Trivia and had a great time. The decor is funky and eclectic; which gives it a fun vibe. The bar has two... more
Yet another Thai on Victoria St in Darlinghurst - only this one has seriously upped the ante in terms of quality, surrounds and, be warned, prices. This is serious dining.
Large, double-fronted... more
Wolfies is in one of the best locations in Sydney, harbour, bridge & Opera House all within a few metres.
Excellent food with plenty of options. They offer a lunchtime special of two courses from the... more
Voted by the readers of Time Out Magazine's readers as the best taco in Sydney, Guzman Y Gomez is a chain of Mexican restaurants located all over Australia. The place offers a number of Mexican food... more
The Mosquito Bar is in Crows Nest and you can get there by taxi from the CBD over the Harbour Bridge. The food is Eyptian, Morrocan and Goan style and hsa unique tastes. There was a smorgasbord on... more
It's been here since 1958 - and in decor little looks as if it has changed! Big glass windows looking out on to the street and running along the alley, a few tables outside, banquettes inside. Mirrors... more
The conference centre is situated on the first floor (inner rooms), the buffets for the three conferences that were in full swing whilst I was there were on a glassed in deck overlooking the main... more
Messina has been making gelato,sorbet and desserts since 2002 in their Darlinghurst store. The gelato and desserts here are very popular and have won many awards as favorite in the area. Their gelato... more
There is nothing I love more than a meal with a view.... The Manly Wharf Hotel is situated a short walk from the ferry terminal with beautiful water views. My husband and I love Manly and often find... more
Okay, don't get me wrong here, I would say that the food here is like any other Hard Rock Cafe in the world regarding food. What makes them distintive is the decor.
My reason for visiting any given... more
Pub with No Name was just reopened four months ago with new owners; two brothers (great guys we had alot of un with them). The Pub specializes in Belgian beer and has just about every type you could... more
My husband suggested we try this place after reading a food blog regarding their burgers. Moo Burger is a chain but I never let that influence my choice since there are some very good chain places in... more
This place is just so disorganised and at best a chaotic place to have a meal. If you are rushing or starving or want a quiet place to have a decent meal, just make sure you avoid this bistro.
I was... more
I’ve been sitting here wondering just how it is I want to describe Sydney. I feel at home here. It seems strange as I’ve only visited seven times now. But ever since arriving alone that first Saturday...
From the time I was a little girl I wanted to visit Sydney..... My dream of visiting Sydney came true when Christopher took me to Sydney for my Birthday in October 2007. It was a magical trip full of...
The first European settlement of Sydney was in 1788 at Sydney Cove (now known as The Rocks), nearly 20 years after Captain Cook first landed in Botany Bay (20 miles or so south of the CBD). The reason...
My work here will never be satisfied till I make the top 5 (September 2011, finally made it!). To that end I continually go to odd places in an endeavour to point you to places you've never heard of...
Although Sydney (Australia in general) had been on my list of places to visit I wasn't sure I wanted to go when I was invited because we would only have 5 short days to explore this far away city. I...