1239 Restaurants in Sydney

The options are endless with restaurants in Sydney

There are endless choices when it comes to picking a restaurant in Sydney: the standard is incredibly high and you’ll find every kind of cuisine on offer. If you’re searching for a top dining experience in Sydney, you’ll be very impressed with all the haute cuisine that the city has to offer. Home to Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour, the arched Harbour Bridge, as well as the Royal Botanic Garden and numerous other places of note, Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales while also being one of Australia’s largest cities with a population of over 5 million. With a population that big, it’s no wonder that Sydney has so many restaurants, ready and waiting to serve and feed the masses. Whether it’s for a glamourous evening out with a multiple course tasting menu, a romantic date or simply for some tasty eats after work, Quandoo can help you find the best restaurants in Sydney. If you book ahead, you’ll be able to avoid wasting time in restaurant queues, and get down to the important stuff: eating, drinking and enjoying!

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Billy The Greek

Dural
Greek$$$$
5.5/6294
Billy The Greek

The Governor Hotel

Macquarie Park
Australian$$$$
5.0/6135
The Governor Hotel

Teta's

Roseville Chase
Lebanese$$$$
5.4/6242
Teta's
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Meet the Greek

Brighton-Le-Sands
Greek
5.0/6196
Meet the Greek

Anema E Core Pizzeria

Gladesville
Italian$$$$
5.2/6193
Anema E Core Pizzeria

Blue Eye Dragon

Pyrmont
Taiwanese$$$$
5.6/6167
Blue Eye Dragon

The Fiddler

Rouse Hill
Australian$$$$
4.8/6193
The Fiddler

Milky Lane - Cronulla

Cronulla
Burger$$$$
4.7/6132
Milky Lane - Cronulla

Alphabet St.

Cronulla
Asian$$$$
5.7/684
Alphabet St.

ALEX&Co.

Parramatta
Mediterranean$$$$
4.9/6111
ALEX&Co.

The Century

Pyrmont
Chinese$$$$
4.7/686
The Century

Tapas Tapas Bodega

Turramurra
Spanish
5.4/6219
Tapas Tapas Bodega

Rocksalt Italian

Jannali
Italian$$$$
5.4/6189
Rocksalt Italian

Xenos Restaurant

Crows Nest
Australian$$$$
5.2/6156
Xenos Restaurant

Abattoir Blues

Olympic Park
Australian$$$$
5.0/6160
Abattoir Blues

Le Bouchon

Crows Nest
French$$$$
5.4/6139
Le Bouchon

Nara Lounge

Hurstville
Lebanese$$$$
5.5/641
Nara Lounge
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Tejano Cantina

Engadine
Tex-Mex$$$$
4.3/673
Tejano Cantina

At Fernando's

Leichhardt
Italian$$$$
4.9/6182
At Fernando's

The Cookhouse

Randwick
Drinks
4.7/6146
The Cookhouse
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    Eating out with dietary requirements is stress-free in Sydney

    Allergic to dairy? On a gluten-free diet? Vegan? Vegetarian? Just a picky eater? Restaurants in Sydney have what it takes to accommodate your dietary requirements. You’ll even find some Sydney restaurants serving only vegan or vegetarian food, or gluten-free alternatives like buckwheat pizza or rice noodles, Asian dishes made using tamari sauce instead of the usual gluten-filled soy alternative. Lactose intolerant folks, too, will be delighted to find a wide range of restaurants in Sydney that provide dairy substitutes for fuss-free dining. Happy days!
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    Enjoy international eats at Sydney restaurants</i>

    You may be in the Southern Hemisphere, but eating at restaurants in Sydney can be quite the multicultural experience, that’s for sure! From Thai and Vietnamese to Brazilian and Mexican, and from Ethiopian and Moroccan to Japanese and Chinese, you can travel the world one mouthful at a time at Sydney’s restaurants. Enjoy an Oriental feast at restaurants in Sydney’s Chinatown, located in Haymarket right between Central Station and Darling Harbour. Or enjoy Bangladeshi hawker-style food in a bare-brick space with globe light at Bang Street Food in Surry Hills. No matter the cuisine, you’ll be sure to find it at restaurants across Sydney.
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    Life’s a beach at Sydney restaurants

    You can’t beat a good beach day, and Bondi Beach is one of the best beaches in the world. But what do you do when the sun goes down and you find yourself feeling a bit peckish? Why, you go for a slap-up meal at one of the fantastic restaurants right on the beach, of course! No matter whether you feel like a burrito, some fresh seafood caught right in the bay, modern Aussie cuisine, or upmarket Italian food with a view, the plethora of brilliant Sydney restaurants dotted around Bondi Beach will be sure to tickle your fancy!
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    Explore Sydney’s fine dining scene

    If you feel like celebrating in Sydney, there’s only one thing to do: head for a high-end meal and some champers! It won’t be cheap, but it will certainly be a meal that you’ll remember for the rest of your life. Try an eight-course degustation at Quay in The Rocks with wine to match every course, handpicked by their esteemed sommelier. Or head to the Bentley Restaurant and Bar, a seriously swanky wine bar and restaurant housed in the original Fairfax building in the heart of the CBD, run by sommelier Nick Hildebrandt and chef Brent Savage.
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    Sydney’s restaurants are truly a cut above the rest

    With an incredible range of restaurants in Sydney to choose from, you’re definitely guaranteed to find one that ticks all the boxes of whatever you may be looking for. All you have to do is take a look at our listings and then narrow down your preferences by cuisine, price range and district with our unique search filters. From there, booking becomes second nature with our simple-to-use system where you can inform the restaurant about your preferred date, time and number of diners in just a few taps. Next, just book your restaurant instantly and earn Loyalty Points that you can save up and trade for money that will be deposited right into your bank account. Sign up for free, start earning Points and find your new favourite new restaurant in Sydney with a couple clicks of a mouse or taps of a finger! With Quandoo, there’s simply no reason to put off exploring Sydney’s varied restaurant scene, so why not get started right now now?