Hello, so todays post is about restaurants, so if you want a place to eat you have here an excellent list. You can find every type of restaurant and I have to admit that I would love to visit each one of these places.
Tetsuya’s is a restaurant in Sydney owned and operated by Tetsuya Wakuda. It’s based on Australian, Japanese cuisine and Classic French cuisine.
Quay, an restaurant in the center of Sydney, owned by Leon Fink, and with the great chef Peter Gilmore. This place has won several awards in Australia and has been on the list of the Top 50 Restaurant in Australia.
Marque Restaurant in Surry Hills, is global fine dining – consistently winning Australian and global awards. Our experience again really proved that it deserves these accolades – a cool Sydney restaurant with pedigree. The curtains hide a very comfortable modern dining elegance – the food, service, wine and contemporary deco. Marque is a small intimate dining space with very professional wait staff and sommeliers
Palmer and Co. this one isn’t a restaurant, but is an incredible place. This bar locate in an alleyway, with a sepia-toned transports you to another time. The prohibition-style bar will become your haven.
The Boathouse Palm Beach place may be little further than your average journey to a cafe on the weekend, but it’s well worth the kilometres in the car. Just make sure you leave Sydney early if you’re hungry, because by 9am, there’ll likely be a full house in this charming beachside cafe at the original Barrenjoey Boathouse.
Momofuku Seiobo New York chef David Chang’s Sydney outpost is fine dining, by any standards, but it’s as counter-intuitive as fine-dining gets. There’s the sought-after izakaya-esque counter around the no-secrets kitchen, the AC/DC posters and matching soundtrack, and, of course, the artful dishes, served and explained by a series of youthful chefs.