And where shall we dine?
So, what should you expect from the restaurants in Sydney’s Pyrmont we described? Well, for the early birds, nothing beats Cafe Morso right on the harbour within an old dockyard where you’ll be treated to incredible Australian brunch classics, perfect coffee, freshly made juices and smoothie bowls. Later, for that classic cosy Sydney restaurant experience in Pyrmont, head to Brio Pyrmont for a pre-theatre feast or sample Taiwanese food at Blue Eye Dragon and relax with a cocktail or two. Speaking of cocktails, after you’ve been sufficiently fed, round it all off at Peg Leg Pyrmont with a tipple or two, taking it all in. One thing to note though – for any Pyrmont restaurant, remember that it’s Sydney we’re talking about here, so bookings are obviously essential.