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20 Best Australian Restaurants in Sydney [2023]

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Best Australian Food Sydney
Best Australian Food Sydney

Looking for the best Australian Food Sydney? Look no further! We have compiled a list of the 20 best restaurants in Sydney, all of which serve up delicious Australian cuisine. From seafood to steak, these Australian Food Sydney have something for everyone! So what are you waiting for? Start planning your next culinary adventure today!

1) Ursula’s

Ursula's - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Ursula’s – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Ursula’s)
Key ServiceServes wide range of Australian cuisine
Address92 Hargrave Street
Paddington NSW 2021
Phone0499 525 235
Operating HoursTuesday to Saturday
Lunch and dinner

2021 was a busy year for new restaurant openings, with 2021 being particularly jam-packed. Ursula’s is one of the newest restaurants to open in between lockdowns, and it’s easily one of the finest. Here, Wood has created a storybook of Australian cuisine, drawing on ideas and influences old and new, retro, modern, native, and nostalgic. Begin with champagne mignonette oysters, mussel schnitzel, and local lobster salad with mango and XO.

Key Differentiators:

  • Totally charming interiors
  • Serves wide range of Australian cuisine
  • Serves delicious desserts

Customer’s Review:

One of the best dining experiences in Sydney. Especially bay bug pasta and chicken main dish was shockingly delicious! If I was a chef I’d been so jealous of your talent but thankfully I’m not so I could fully enjoy it.

Leah Lee

2) Métisse

Métisse - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Métisse – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Métisse)
Key ServiceSustainable luxury concept
Address5-9 Roslyn Street
Potts Point, NSW 2011
Phone02 8590 7698
Operating HoursTuesday to Sunday
5:30 pm to 11:30pm

The peaceful opening of the doors of their Potts Point fine diner Métisse occurred in mid-2019, when veteran chef Opel Khan, with his daughter Lucinda as sous chef, quietly opened the doors of his restaurant. Métisse is a unique secret in the Durbach Block Jaggers Barcelona structure, which was built with a beautiful oval-shaped dining room. Métisse is a true hidden treasure, thanks to Khan’s French-inspired degustation menu, which varies seasonally and is the product of exquisite culinary expertise.

Key Differentiators:

  • Sustainable cooking and a zero-waste kitchen
  • Sustainable luxury concept
  • Professional service

Customer’s Review:

I love this restaurant vibe. The dishes are nice and worth for what I paid. Staff service is professional and they show respectful manner. I feel appreciate and grateful for all staffs who work and create amazing experience in food industry. Love to come back again and see how chef create any other new creation.

Kid Song

3) 10 William Street

10 William Street - Australian Restaurants Sydney
10 William Street – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: 10 William Street)
Key ServicePopular for its pretzel & whipped bottarga
Address10 William St, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia
Phone02 9360 3310
Operating HoursMonday – open from 5pm until late
Tuesday – open from 5pm until late
Wednesday – open from 5pm until late
Thursday – open from 5pm until late
Friday – open from midday until late
Saturday – open from midday until late
Sunday closed

This prominent Paddo hole-in-the-wall, ostensibly a wine bar, is focused on good times and delicious food from an Italian-Australian perspective. The drinks list, as you would expect, is the main attraction. A variety of high-quality bottles from all across the world make up the inventory. Consider Japanese Sake, Guatemalan Rum, and Wildflower table beers, as well as natural skin-contact orange wines from South Australia and Italian whites.

Key Differentiators:

  • Seasonal menu
  • Popular for its pretzel & whipped bottarga
  • Good for small groups

Customer’s Review:

Nice little wine bar with a seasonal menu. Quite small so not ideal for big groups. The highlight was the pretzel & whipped bottarga and the mushroom pasta (this was my favourite dish). Be careful when entering and exiting the bathroom, I almost took a waiter out when I opened the door.

Thao Dang

4) Botswana Butchery

Botswana Butchery - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Botswana Butchery – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Botswana Butchery)
Key ServiceOver 1,000 wines
Address25 Martin Place,
Sydney NSW 2000
Phone02 8311 4300
Operating HoursRestaurant open
12pm till late
Monday – Saturday

Rooftop open
12pm till late
Monday – Saturday

Botswana Butchery will be the most recent facet of Sydney’s steak scene in 2021. Botswana Butchery is the freshest addition to the city’s steak scene in 2021. The 300-seat restaurant is an import from New Zealand and Good Group hospitality—one of New Zealand’s top hospitality businesses. It’s also the centerpiece of Martin Place’s massive multi-million dollar makeover. It includes a rooftop area for 350, plush interiors, a wide variety of cuisine, and a laid-back indoor-outdoor ambiance—and it already sounds like a game-changer in the Sydney CBD.

Key Differentiators:

  • Impressive range of Australian steak and lamb cuts
  • Over 1,000 wines
  • Plush interiors

Customer’s Review:

Food was great but a little under temperature. We went on a Friday which felt very corporate or office-vibes. If you are out celebrating something more intimate, I would recommend a Saturday over a Friday. If good weather, ask for a table outside!

Daniel Gomez Delgado

5) Firedoor

Firedoor - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Firedoor – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Firedoor)
Key ServiceAll dishes are cooked with fire
Address23-33 Mary Street
Surry Hills, NSW
Phone02 8204 0800
Operating HoursOpen Dinner
Wednesday to Saturday

Without gas or electricity in the kitchen, Firedoor prepares every dish with fire. The team, led by chef Lennox Hastie, cooks up a delectable smoke-filled selection of delicious smoked meats that changes daily using two wood-fired ovens and three grills. The heat, like the rain in London, is never-ending. The Hastie family’s home, where he makes his oyster mushrooms on toast and cod with lamb, is similarly devoid of a respite.

Key Differentiators:

  • All dishes are cooked with fire
  • Selection of smoked meats
  • Family-run business

Customer’s Review:

Superb food and excellent service! All the dishes came out strong and, honestly, were all my favourites. We also added the 200/250g steak and it was cooked to perfection! That capsicum sauce with it was divine!

Micah Bueno

6) Saint Peter

Saint Peter - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Saint Peter – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Saint Peter)
Key ServiceInnovative approach to seafood
Address362 Oxford St, Paddington, NSW
Phone02 8937 2530 (unattended Sunday & Monday) (unattended Sunday & Monday)
Operating HoursLunch
Thursday – Sunday // 12:00pm – 3:30pm
Tuesday – Saturday // 5.30pm – late

Chef Josh Niland caused a commotion in 2016 when he opened his first solo restaurant, which focused on reinventing seafood, at the age of 27. The entire approach at Saint Peter, which has since earned Niland some significant worldwide culinary acclaim, is to challenge people’s perceptions about what fish can be and to use every conceivable aspect of Australian-only raw materials to do so.

Key Differentiators:

  • Innovative approach to seafood
  • Australian-only raw materials
  • Earning worldwide culinary acclaim

Customer’s Review:

What an exceptional place. The food was top quality and all things delicately considered, from the biggest (charcoal flat head) to the smallest (amazing biquinho peppers). Service was really lovely, and despite being close to others the spacing was just spread enough apart for conversations. Loved the experience.

Josh Gibson

7) Oncore By Clare Smyth

Oncore By Clare Smyth - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Oncore By Clare Smyth – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Crown Sydney)
Key ServiceUnique gastronomical style
Address1 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
Phone+61 2 8871 7188
Operating HoursLunch
12pm – 3pm (Th – Sa)
*Last booking 2:00pm

6pm – 11pm (We – Sa)
*Last booking 9:45pm

Clare Smyth is the only British woman to ever earn three Michelin stars for her Notting Hill restaurant, Core. On the 26th floor of the Crown Tower at Oncore by Clare Smyth, Sydneysiders can enjoy the top-tier culinary style of a London chef. Along with some totally breathtaking views over Sydney, they will get to experience the restaurant’s unique gastronomical style. Smyth combines her heritage with distinctive Sydney tastes and regionally sourced, sustainably produced items.

Key Differentiators:

  • Three Michelin stars
  • Unique gastronomical style
  • Breathtaking views of Sydney

Customer’s Review:

A wonderful experience. Went for lunch on a sunny summer afternoon. The views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and harbour are spectacular. So are the food, the drinks and the service. This is possibly Sydney’s best restaurant.


8) Ester

Ester - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Ester – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Ester)
Key ServiceInnovative and delicious cuisine
Address46-52 Meagher st, Chippendale
Phone+61 2 8068 8279
Operating HoursDINNER
Tuesday to Saturday: 6:00pm – late

Saturday: 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm – 3:30pm

A delicious 45-seater that offers up your favorite chef’s specialties. Since 2013, Ester has been a mainstay on the fine dining scene, and they have an excellent reputation for incredible fresh food. The dishes you receive here are always full of surprises and delights, with their complexity and attention to detail. Mastermind Mat Lindsay’s cuisine is always surprising and delightful, combining firm favorites with new tastes that cause you to wonder why it’s never been done any other way.

Key Differentiators:

  • Innovative and delicious cuisine
  • Attention to detail
  • Great reputation

Customer’s Review:

Best meal I had in Sydney. The grilled oyster, potato bread, pickled cucumber (really surprising and delicious) and king prawns were truly outstanding. If you just have one night here, this is the place to go.

Fernando Spuri

9) a’Mare

a'Mare - Australian Restaurants Sydney
a’Mare – Australian Food Sydney (CreditL a’Mare)
Key ServiceAttentive service
Address1 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
Phone02 8871 7171
Operating HoursLunch
12pm – 2:30pm (We – Su)

5:30pm – 12am (Tu – Th)
5:45pm – 1am (Fr, Sa)
5:45pm – 12am (Su)

5:30pm – 12am (Tu)
12pm – 12am (We, Th & Su)
12pm – 1am (Fr, Sa)

In the recently completed Crown Sydney skyscraper, Pasta maestro Alessandro Pavoni has created a refined, traditionally themed restaurant. a’Mare caters to the high-end demands of the Crown’s intended high roller clientèle with great polish and attentive service. As a result, only the finest of the best is served here. Pavoni has taken The Spit’s seafood emphasis and moved it to Ormeggio, where rustic dishes inspired by Italian farmland are served. You’ll find beef carpaccio, as well as fresh burrata, but rock lobster and fresh fish make appearances on the menu.

Key Differentiators:

  • Fine dining
  • Attentive service
  • Rustic dishes inspired by Italian farmland

Customer’s Review:

We thoroughly enjoyed our anniversary lunch here! I love how interactive the restaurant is, with many dishes being served table side. We recommend the pesto in particular. Will definitely be returning and recommend all to go!

Bella Marcellos

10) Restaurant Hubert

Restaurant Hubert - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Restaurant Hubert – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Australian Restaurants Hubert)
Key ServiceIntimate setting
Address15 Bligh St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone02 9232 0881
Operating HoursLUNCH HOURS
Thur-Sat from 12pm

Mon-Sat 5pm—Late

Hubert is a luxurious bistro in subterranean, wood-furnished basement settings that’s the ideal place to go for a lavish night out when you’re feeling all 1920s. The intimate setting of the cocktail bar is distinguished by simple wooden tables, floral banquettes, and chandeliers ideal for small plates. The beautiful surroundings are complemented with live jazz (Monday through Thursday) and popping champagne corks that turn it into a great location for getting your Gatsby on.

Key Differentiators:

  • Luxurious bistro
  • Intimate setting
  • Live jazz

Customer’s Review:

Worth the wait, a group of 3 friends and I waited about 4 weeks for our reservation and it was definitely worth it. Just ordered the set menu and got 2 bottles of red wine and was reasonably priced. The food was incredible and experience 2nd to none. Live Jazz playing with that dim lighting creates an excellent atmosphere. Great service and food, great for a date spot, will be returning in the future.

Dante Mariotto

11) Besuto

Besuto - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Besuto – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Besuto)
Key ServiceIntimate setting
Address6 Loftus Ln, Sydney NSW 2000
Operating HoursDinner Tuesday – Saturday 5:30pm and 8:15 pm
Lunch Friday and Saturday 12:30pm

Besuto is located above the new Quay Quarter Lanes foodie quarter in Circular Quay, via the fiery red foyer adorned with a Kuniyoshi-inspired mural by Australian artist Lisa King. A typical 12-seat omakase can be found upstairs. Here, you’ll dine on a 20-course menu created by chef Hirofumi Fujita (Hiro) and served in an intimate setting. The menu varies based on the greatest available foods—but Besuto is well-known for its miso-marinated Glacier 51 toothfish and toro with N25 Caviar.

Key Differentiators:

  • 20-course menu
  • Intimate setting
  • Serves miso-marinated Glacier 51 toothfish

Customer’ Review:

SUCH an incredible dining experience. My husband and I were in for our anniversary and had the most amazing dinner. The staff were all so friendly, professional and attentive, the food by Hiro (2) was memorable and the wine/sake program was really impressive. Really can’t wait to come back here. Book in advance!

Hannah Vinden

12) Sean’s Panorama

Sean's Panorama - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Sean’s Panorama – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Sean’s Panorama)
Key ServiceFarm-reared ingredients
Address270 Campbell Parade
North Bondi NSW 2026
Phone+61 2 9365 4924
Operating HoursDinner: Monday to Sunday from 6pm
Lunch: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from midday

Since 1993, Sean Moran, the head chef and owner of this Sydney restaurant, has been selling his own farm-reared products to his Bondi patrons from his 20-acre rural hideaway in the Blue Mountains. Combining the finest of the nation with the best of the sea, Sean’s has daily specials in three-course meals with two selections per course.

Key Differentiators:

  • Farm-reared ingredients
  • 20-acre rural hideaway
  • Serves daily specials

Customer’ Review:

Great service and very aesthetic interior. Loved the shell/ocean theme. They have a different menu everyday. The food was pretty good and the portions are quite large.

Joyce Qiu

13) Automata

Automata - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Automata – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Automata)
Key ServiceExquisitely handcrafted morsels
Address5 Kensington Street
Chippendale NSW 2008
Phone+61 2 8277 8555
Operating HoursDinner from 6:00pm
Wednesday – Saturday
Saturday lunch from 12:00pm

Automata is a genuinely unique restaurant. Every month, reservations are opened and the tasting begins at $165 per person; nevertheless, if you can get in, the cuisine is excellent; exquisitely handcrafted morsels with just as much importance placed on appearance—and taste—as it does on presentation. Clayton Wells, the ex-Momofuku Seibo chef who enjoys native oysters, grass-fed rib-eye, and even burnt watermelon juice, is one of Sydney’s newest restaurants.

Key Differentiators:

  • Tasting menu
  • Exquisitely handcrafted morsels
  • Clayton Wells, ex-Momofuku Seibo chef

Customer’ Review:

Definitely have to reserve a table for 6 pax much in advance. The adults tried the $195pp tasting menu, and they created a 3-course kids specially for us. Food was nicely presented. Some dishes are great but some taste was above average only. Service was good.

Calvin Chan

14) Long Chim

Long Chim - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Long Chim – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Long Chim)
Key ServiceMichelin-starred restaurant
AddressCorner of Pitt St & Angel Place Sydney, NSW, Australia 2000
Phone+61 2 9223 7999
Operating HoursTuesday:
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:00 PM – 10:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:00 PM – 11:30 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:00 PM – 10:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:00 PM – 10:00 PM

“The Best Thai in Sydney” is a bold claim when compared to the fierce competition in this city, but Long Chim has retained its title for the past five years since restaurateur David Thompson returned to the city from running Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore, Melbourne, and Perth. It’s a mix of Thai and street food with origins in the streets of Bangkok. The lively CBD eatery combines the greatest of both worlds in its quest for quality, spice, and cultural authenticity.

Key Differentiators:

  • Five-time winner of “The Best Thai in Sydney”
  • Michelin-starred restaurant
  • Lively CBD eatery

Customer’ Review:

So delicious and great service. Everything we ate was a mouthful of flavour. We had the pork skewers and beetle leaf prawns. Also pad Thai – best chewy noodles ever! Also pork belly curry! Can’t wait to eat here again. Also their ginger cocktail packed such a punch!

Louise Seah

15) Woodcut

Woodcut - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Woodcut – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Woodcut)
Key ServiceFour open kitchens
AddressLevel 1 (Ground), Crown Sydney, 1 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney, NSW 2000
Phone02 8871 7171.
Operating HoursLunch
Wednesday – Sunday: 12pm – 2.30pm
Monday – Sunday: 5:30pm – 9.30pm
Hickory Bar
Monday – Thursday: 5:30pm – 12am
Friday – Sunday: 12pm – 12am

Woodcut is the dreamscape restaurant of Ross and Sunny Lusted, who own the Crown Sydney hotel. The Lusteds know a thing or two about creating a one-of-a-kind fine dining experience, having previously run The Bridge Room. The restaurant’s four enormous open kitchens contain wood ovens, slow-burning Japanese charcoal grills, steam kettles, and even a vertically positioned garden for fresh herbs thanks to the efforts of enthusiastic architects.

Key Differentiators:

  • Four open kitchens
  • Four enormous open kitchens
  • Vertically positioned garden

Customer’ Review:

I have loved my 2 visits to this restaurant, March 2021 and December 2021. All dishes were sensational, as well as all cocktails. I would recommend the outdoor dining as it feels more spaced out and the view of the water is lovely. Photos are from both visits.

Bella Marcellos

16) Mr Wong

 Mr Wong - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Mr Wong – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Mr Wong)
Key ServiceDimly lit restaurant
Address3 Bridge Lane Sydney, NSW, Australia 2000
Phone+61 2 9114 7317
Operating HoursMonday:
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:30 PM – 11:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:30 PM – 11:00 PM
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
5:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Mr Wong is the jewel in the Merivale crown, a dimly lit, private club with considerable credentials to back up the long lines. Dan Hong and Jowett Yu expertly prepare the Cantonese dishes that you’d find on any Chinatown menu, but with a level of care that isn’t found elsewhere. Yes, it’s Westernized, but the tastes and quality are excellent.

Key Differentiators:

  • Has Cantonese dishes
  • Dimly lit restaurant
  • Private club

Customer’ Review:

One of the best upmarket Chinese restaurants in Sydney. The food, cocktails and desserts were superb. The place can get very busy so plan in advance. Courteous staff and great service. I’d love to go back when I’m in Sydney next time!

A Mitra

17) Fratelli Paradiso

Fratelli Paradiso - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Fratelli Paradiso – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Fratelli Paradiso)
Key ServiceOutdoor street seating 
Address12 – 16 Challis Ave, Potts Point, NSW 2011
Operating HoursMonday – closed
Tuesday – midday to 11pm
Wednesday – midday to 11pm
Thursday – midday to 11pm
Friday – midday to 11pm
Saturday – midday to 11pm
Sunday closed

Fratelli Paradiso, a heavy hitter from the team behind 10 William Street, gives the Paradiso brothers room to display their talents and showcase the breadth of Italian cuisine that isn’t possible at the sister restaurant. It’s a trendy, vibey place with the standard coffee bar for pounding down espresso and outside street tables perfect for people watching. Fresh ingredients are transformed into delicious dishes throughout the day here.

Key Differentiators:

  • Outdoor street seating 
  • Fresh ingredients
  • Ubiquitous coffee bar

Customer’ Review:

Loved the meals we had, the taste was excellent and the pasta perfectly cooked.

Jeaniffer Yap

18) Bennelong

Bennelong - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Bennelong – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Bennelong)
Key ServiceCurrent menu selections
AddressSydney Opera House
Bennelong Point
Sydney, NSW 2000
Phone02 9240 8000
Operating HoursLUNCH
Reservations from 12pm to 2pm
Reservations from 12pm to 3.30pm
Wednesday to Saturday
Reservations from 5.30pm to 8.45pm

The Opera House’s newest fine dining restaurant, Bennelong is the place where you can dine within the hallowed shells of the landmark. It’s widely regarded as Sydney’s finest restaurant and serves dishes befitting its stature. This Aussie culinary mecca offers cuisine with a taste of the continent and waves of people who have made it their home. Murray cod, pork belly koji, and three-curd ravioli are among the current selections.

Key Differentiators:

  • Dining within the Opera House
  • Aussie culinary mecca
  • Current menu selections

Customer’ Review:

An amazing experience! Sensational food, unbeatable ambiance and views, friendly, obliging and very attentive staff. A big shout out and thanks to the host John, who went out of his way to ensure that our group got the best photos in the best locations. Highly recommend this place for the ultimate dining experience. Thank you to John and all the staff and compliments to the chef. Definitely 5 stars.

Chris Pisani

19) Cafe Paci

Cafe Paci - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Cafe Paci – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Cafe Paci)
Key ServiceA la carte set up
Address131 King Street
Newtown, NSW, 2042
Phone+61 2 9550 6196
Operating HoursMon-Sat – 5.30pm to Late
Lunch – Sat – 12.00pm onwards

Pasi Petänen fled his native Finland in 1998 and worked in some of Sydney’s most spectacular kitchens (Quay, Four In Hand, and Marque), before collaborating on a cookbook with chef Marc Best called Marque. He then started the OG Cafe Paci, a temporary restaurant in a former Mexican eatery on Riley Street. It only occupied two years, but it created tremors throughout Sydney’s dining scene and received accolades.

Key Differentiators:

  • A la carte set up
  • Lunch service on Saturdays 
  • Acclaimed restaurant

Customer’ Review:

What an incredible dining experience. It was hard to choose from the menu because everything sounded spectacular. The food was flavourful and of great portion sizes for sharing. The bread and butter was to die for, enough to want to fill up on it alone. Big shout-out to the steak frites and licorice dessert. Worth every penny.

Danny Nguyen

20) Quay

Quay - Australian Restaurants Sydney
Quay – Australian Food Sydney (Credit: Quay)
Key ServiceArtisan-sourced ingredients
AddressUpper Level,
Overseas Passenger Terminal,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000
Phone02 9251 5600
Operating HoursLUNCH
Saturday and Sunday
Reservations from 12pm to 1.30pm

Thursday to Sunday
Reservations from 6pm to 8.30pm

Around the corner from Bennelong is Quay, another big player in the Australian foodie world, headed by the same chef, Peter Gilmore. Heirloom cultivars are getting their moment in the sun under his watch, thanks to his interest in oddities of nature and artisan-sourced ingredients. Quay, on the other hand, is a celebration of Australian culture that takes place in the park and features an emphasis on the link between the plate and the ingredients drawn from the ground, rivers, and seas.

Key Differentiators:

  • Heirloom cultivars
  • Artisan-sourced ingredients
  • Emphasis on the link between the plate and the ingredients

Customer’ Review:

A true culinary experience with a even better view! Menu is sophisticated and the service is on point, your plates will touch the table at the same time. Although silver service the staff are light hearted and make the experience much more enjoyable. Ofcourse this comes at a cost but we’ll worth it.

Dylan Chen

Australian Food Sydney

If you’re looking for a true Australian culinary experience, be sure to check out one of the Australian Food Sydney on our list. Whether you’re in the mood for seafood, steak, or pasta, we’ve got you covered. Our list includes some of the most acclaimed restaurants in Sydney, so you can’t go wrong no matter where you choose to eat.

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