Sydney is every foodie’s dream.

We’re home to every cuisine under the sun, with something to suit every budget and eating style. World class dining with ocean views? Check. Lively bars with a steady stream of share dishes to your table? Check. Cheap eats for under $10 and a roving motorcade of food trucks? Check.

There is literally something for everyone… and then some. We hope you’re hungry.

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  • Graze on King, Newtown

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    Italian pub food meets Australian faves in Bar 100’s newly launched summer menu.


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    SandraMay 30, 2017

    Please can you suggest affordable places to eat on New Years Eve with a view of the fireworks.

    Many Thanks

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    LindaSeptember 22, 2015

    I am gluten free traveling to Sydney staying at the Pier One Sydney Harbor. I see your list of the best Gluten Free restaurants in Sydney but I do not know where they are in relation to the hotel. Help!

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      AlexSeptember 23, 2015Staff

      Hi Linda,

      Thanks for your question.

      Of the restaurants mentioned on our guide to gluten-free restaurants in Sydney, the closest ones to your hotel would be in Surry Hills and Darlinghurst, or if you’re keen to hop on a ferry, in Balmain. Muum Maam and Toast Cafe are in Surry Hills, Claire’s Kitchen at Le Salon is in Darlinghurst, and Brioche Organic Bakery is in Balmain.


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    SebelAugust 8, 2014

    If we would like to be listed in your High Tea Section is there an option to join your website?
    The Sebel Hawkesbury Valley hosts a High tea in our Harvest Restaurant each Sunday afternoon from 1:00pm – 4:00pm.

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      AlexAugust 8, 2014Staff


      Thank you for your comment. I have emailed you directly.

      Warm regards,

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