The beating heart of Sydney’s dining scene.
Whether you're after coffee, a sweet treat or a full-blown meal.
Surry Hills, where you can do a bar crawl that includes a leading natural-wine bar, a pub with 15-plus taps of beer, an internationally acclaimed cocktail bar and everything in-between.
Dulwich Hill's cafes are illustrative of the inner-west's enormous cultural diversity. The only thing these places have in common are great coffee.
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This Surry Hills diner channels typical kebab joints but with a few improvements. Everything’s made in-house, there's booze, fancy instant coffee and not a fluorescent light to be seen.
Drinks and snacks reach new heights at this not-restaurant from the team at Ester.
A plant-based Mexican diner with creativity at its core.
Line up for luxurious, velvety ramen made with the help of science.
A restaurant and a wine room run by the Icebergs team and Rootstock’s James Hird.
High-quality produce cooked over a naked flame, with no sauces to hide behind.
A sharp restaurant and bar from the team at Bulletin Place. Naturally, it serves great cocktails.
Forget everything you know about Lebanese food (and restaurants).
Charcoal-roasted meats and sides, paired with a choice of 300 wines.
mac'n'cheese croissants and cocktails for breakfast.
The super-popular “inauthentic Indian” restaurant from Melbourne and NYC is serving naan pizza and butter chicken without the butter.
Noisy, spicy and lots of fun, just like the original in Melbourne.
A colourful vegan-friendly pasta and spritz bar.
An ambitious yet down-to-earth set-menu restaurant from former Farmhouse and Dead Ringer chef Tristan Rosier.
Northern-Italian pizza, pesto lasagne and cocktails.
A little French bistro with hidden, shady courtyard out back.
All-day Italian dining from Jared Merlino, the man behind some of Sydney's best bars.
An oversized bento box-like Japanese eatery and sake bar.
Merivale's taco fiesta in a pub.
A restaurant and bar focusing on the melding of Japanese techniques and flavours with Peruvian produce.
Simple pizza made well with great ingredients.
Redefining how we think about and eat pizza.
Eat here and you'll alleviate poverty elsewhere.
A regional Italian diner that’s barely changed since 1999.
Sneakers and champers to go with your fried chicken.
A traditional Sydney pub with a Central American twist.
An vegetarian favourite on Sydney's Crown Street strip.
A pasta retailer turned restaurant.
Dumpling dinner with a happy ending.
Top contender for Sydney’s smallest restaurant, Raita Noda is an eight-seater Japanese kitchen in Surry Hills.
A lively Thai diner.
Authentic Vietnamese street food and a long list of Asian beers make this mini-chain a winner.
One of Queensland’s buzziest burger joints is also on Foveaux Street.
A fresh, tasty, and simple seafood paradise.
Some of the best light ramen in Sydney.
A Japanese dining experience with Western legs.
A cosy, izakaya-style Japanese bar diner with a downtown vibe.
A Vietnamese institution in Surry Hills.
Sushi that won't break the bank.
A tiny restaurant serving a very different kind of Malaysian food.
Get your fill of Japanese-inspired burgers.
Authentic Neapolitan pizza on Crown Street.
An Izakaya with food to challenge fine-dining Japanese restaurants.
Too Korean to be called modern Australian, but not traditional enough to be called classic Korean.
Contrasting colours and layered textures –Sáng pushes the boundaries of Korean cooking.
A colourful restaurant showing India’s whimsical side.
Traditional Burmese food and Myanmar Lager.
A cosy corner pub-cum-trattoria.
An industrial-looking local with Thai-inspired brunch.
There’s udon noodles with miso bolognese, and whisky slushies.