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Information verified correct on December 7th, 2016

Looking for something new to try?

Or are you after something more specific? We've grouped all the venues based on what they're offering – some more than once, because yes, you can get cocktails and burgers at the same place. Sydney's awesome like that.

Click through to discover what's on offer.

cocktails

Cocktail bars in Sydney

One of Sydney's greatest feats was to create a city full of expert mixologists. Here's where to find them.

coffee

Where to go for a quality coffee

Let's be honest: everywhere in Sydney serves coffee. This space is dedicated to the baristas and coffee houses that dedicate themselves to the art of the brew.

healthy

Healthy bites to eat in Sydney

Some cafes and restaurants are more focused on your high protein, gluten-free, Paleo, raw, general don't-eat-too-much-junk diet. Whatever your focus, you'll find something here.

japanese

Japanese restaurants in Sydney

Lashings of the Tokyo nightlife now burst through the Sydney scene: keep your eye out for sake bars, ramen eateries, and that oh-so-perfect gyoza.

Korean

Korean restaurants in Sydney

Korean cuisine is no one-trick pony. Korean BBQ, sides of (super healthy) kimchi, Korean and Mexican fusion... yes, really. Eat it to believe it.

America

Americana restaurants in Sydney

It's no secret that Sydney's in the throes of a love affair with American-style food: hotdogs smothered in mustard, Deep South BBQs, smoked ribs, juicy burgers, alcoholic milkshakes... sorry, what?

America

Mexican restaurants in Sydney

Mexican cuisine is much more than tacos and tequila, but it's as good a place as any to start.

Modern Australian eats in Sydney

Modern Australian might be the catch all for every cafe, restaurant, and street vendor serving up eats that don't fit in any other cater gory, but hey! It's all mighty tasty.

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