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American Restaurants in Sydney

 Tuck into comfort food at Sydney’s American restaurants

America has brought the world some of the best treat meals and in Sydney you’ll find American restaurants are some of the most popular dining spots in the city. Sydney's got plenty of American restaurants, from diners and shake shacks to burger joints and American-style bars, there's something for everyone. These comfort food hotspots do get popular, though, so it's wise to book in advance. Luckily the team at Quandoo have gone out and sampled the American restaurants in Sydney for you, and once you've looked through our lists and made your decision, you can book online in seconds.

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Milky Lane - Bondi

Milky Lane - Bondi

Bondi Beach
American$$$$
4.8/6374
Milky Lane - Bondi
Milky Lane - Parramatta

Milky Lane - Parramatta

Parramatta
American$$$$
5.0/6119
Milky Lane - Parramatta
Milky Lane - Cronulla

Milky Lane - Cronulla

Cronulla
American$$$$
4.5/688
Milky Lane - Cronulla
Rocks Brewing co

Rocks Brewing co

Alexandria
American$$$$
5.2/674
Rocks Brewing co
Low and Loftys

Low and Loftys

Cronulla
American$$$$
5.1/650
Low and Loftys
The Bourbon Hotel

The Bourbon Hotel

Potts Point
American$$$$
4.9/617
The Bourbon Hotel
John Belvedere

John Belvedere

Cabramatta
American$$$$
1.0/61
John Belvedere
Cheekyburger

Cheekyburger

Paddington
American$$$$
Cheekyburger
4 Ounces Burger Co - Alexandria

4 Ounces Burger Co - Alexandria

Alexandria
American$$$$
4 Ounces Burger Co - Alexandria
4 Ounces Burger Co - Leichhardt

4 Ounces Burger Co - Leichhardt

Leichhardt
American$$$$
4 Ounces Burger Co - Leichhardt
Burgers Anonymous - Darlinghurst

Burgers Anonymous - Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst
American$$$$
Burgers Anonymous - Darlinghurst
Burgers Anonymous X Hopstix

Burgers Anonymous X Hopstix

Campsie
American$$$$
Burgers Anonymous X Hopstix

Hard Rock Cafe - Sydney

Darling Harbour
American
4.5/624
Hard Rock Cafe - Sydney

The Naked Duck - Mascot

Rosebery
American
The Naked Duck - Mascot

Abby's Beer n Burgers

St Ives
American$$$$
Abby's Beer n Burgers
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    It’s burger time in Sydney’s American restaurants

    Burgers are a staple of the American cuisine, and they're all over the menus at Sydney's American restaurants. Milky Lane on Curlewis Street is one of the city's finest American-inspired burger joints. Feast on the Lil Weezy, filled with wagyu beef, pickles, authentic American cheddar, mustard, cheesy gravy and tomato relish or the Tu Pork Shakur with slow-smoked pork belly, crackling, Asian slaw, house kimchi, Korean mayo and apple relish. Vegetarians at this American-style Sydney restaurant won’t go without either – sample The Drake filled with a mushroom mac & cheese pattie, caramelised onions, chargrilled halloumi, tomato relish truffled aioli, curly fries, lettuce, tomato and pickles – talk about a mega burger!
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    Get a taste of the south at American restaurants in Sydney

    American cuisine isn't just about burgers and milkshakes though. America’s south boasts a diverse and thriving culinary culture packed with spicy and succulent meats. One of the best spots to try fare from the south is at Sydney American restaurant, The Bourbon Hotel on Darlinghurst Road. Feast on rack ‘o’ ribs marinated in a devilled BBQ sauce and served with sweet potato fries and house salad; southern-bell lamb shank with smokey mashed potato and >i>blackened spatchcock flavoured with a dry spice rub and served with sweet potato wedges, creole pecan crumbs and watercress.
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    Satisfy your sweet tooth at American restaurants in Sydney

    The USA loves its sweet treats, and Sydney's American restaurants have plenty on offer for dessert. Dairy based desserts like ice creams and milkshakes made with a wide range of flavours from chocolate to salted caramel are popular, as are pretzels, waffles topped with marshmallows. You’ll also find homestyle apple pie with fresh cream, beignets hailing from that south which are doughnut bites with chocolate dipping sauce and vanilla ice cream and loads of other decadent desserts you really need to try. Whatever you’re craving, the American restaurants in Sydney have got your sweet tooth sorted.