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2 Italian Restaurants in Darling Harbour, Sydney

Taste history at Italian restaurants in Sydney’s Darling Harbour

Sydney is one of the finest cities in Australia for Italian cuisine. New South Wales’ capital and largest metropolis has long been a destination for immigration from Italy, with tens of thousands arriving after the war. As a result, there’s a large core of people with Italian ancestry here, and their recipes have been passed on down the generations. Now, you too can enjoy authentic dishes and desserts from Italy, all in the beautiful surroundings of the Italian restaurants in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.

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Olivo Harbourside

Darling Harbour
Olivo Harbourside

Fratelli Fresh - Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour
Fratelli Fresh - Darling Harbour
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    Enjoy a sea view at Italian restaurants in Sydney’s Darling Harbour

    Located just next to the city centre and on the fringes of the central business district, Sydney’s Darling Harbour has attracted fine Italian restaurants over the years. It’s no surprise that the establishments here are popular as you can enjoy a view out over the calm waters and eat al fresco. But Sydney’s Darling Harbour doesn’t just boast Italian restaurants. It also has a wide range of other attractions, including the Chinese Garden of Friendship and the Australian National Maritime Museum. Why not enjoy pasta or pizza for lunch or dinner after a long day taking in the sights?
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    Sample tastes from across Italy at Italian restaurants in Sydney’s Darling Harbour

    The Italian restaurants in Sydney’s Darling Harbour serve up dishes unique to all the different regions of Italy, so there’s a real variety on offer. At Casa Ristorante on The Promenade you can get a taste of Sicily by opting for the penne alla norma made with capsicum, eggplant, black olives and a dash of chilli, or, for a lighter bite, you can enjoy authentic Roma tomatoes on the bruschetta al pomodoro. Or for a taste of the north, the chicken Milanese served over at Olivo Harbourside on Darling Drive is a dish not to be missed if you’re a fan of white meat.
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    Book Italian restaurants in Sydney’s Darling Harbour to avoid disappointment

    This is a popular place to spend an evening both for families and groups of friends alike. For that reason, the Italian restaurants in Sydney’s Darling Harbour fill up quickly. With Quandoo, you can take a look at menu highlights and diner reviews then book online in seconds. You don’t even need to call ahead!