There’s much more to Kirribilli than being the Sydney residence of the prime minister. In fact, this leafy and affluent suburb has quite a lot going for it. Not only is it home to spectacular views over the Sydney harbour, Luna Park, the famous Kirribilli markets and the oldest professional theatre company in Australia, but it also boasts a unique and exciting dining scene as good as anywhere in the heart of the city. The restaurants in Kirribilli are some of Sydney’s best, and you’ll find everything from hole-in-the-wall bars, Spanish tapas jaunts, Asian fusion spots and modern Australian fine dining restaurants. Alongside a bevy of cafes catering to the brunch crowd of course, meaning there’s exceptional coffee to be found on nearly every street.