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10 Restaurants in Double Bay, Sydney

Time to treat yourself at Double Bay’s restaurants

As probably the ritziest suburb not just in Sydney but all of Australia, Double Bay attracts shoppers and fine diners, as well as young and hip bar-goers and coffee sippers. Alongside upscale boutiques, cocktail spots and no end of cafes, the restaurants in Double Bay are genuinely some of the most luxurious in Sydney. From outdoor terraces where you can enjoy modern Australian fare to chic spots to try Malaysian delicacies, Double Bay’s restaurants may be more towards the pricier end of the scale, but they radiate a quality that you won’t find elsewhere.

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Char & Co

Double Bay
Latin American$$$$
5.3/638
Char & Co

Chinta Kechil

Double Bay
Malaysian$$$$
5.6/632
Chinta Kechil

The Royal Oak Hotel - Double Bay

Double Bay
Drinks$$$$
4.7/616
The Royal Oak Hotel - Double Bay
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Bibo Wine Bar

Double Bay
Drinks$$$$
5.0/61
Bibo Wine Bar

Little Jean

Double Bay
European
6.0/61
Little Jean

Niji Restaurant & Bar

Double Bay
Japanese
6.0/62
Niji Restaurant & Bar

Le Bukhara

Double Bay
Indian$$$$
4.0/61
Le Bukhara

Double Bay Schnitzel House

Double Bay
International
1.0/61
Double Bay Schnitzel House

Henleys Wholefoods - Double Bay

Double Bay
Cake & Coffee$$$$
Henleys Wholefoods - Double Bay

Village Grill

Double Bay
European$$$$
Village Grill
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    Certain Double Bay restaurants are a cut above the rest

    Pink Salt defines Double Bay in one restaurant. On Cross Street, it’s elegant, stylish, full of atmosphere and a place you just want to sit and spend all day. Here, head chef Mark Williamson provides lunch, dinner and late supper, while the bar staff mix up a storm of gourmet cocktails. Meanwhile, Little Jean over on Kiaora Road is a popular restaurant and cafe where locals like to hang, then Chinta Kechil brings Malaysian fine dining to the fore – it’s the sister restaurant of Chinta Ria over in central Sydney. Double Bay’s restaurants don’t make excuses. They’re glitz, glam and proud.