Our Sydney Food Guide

NO. 1


Step inside a vintage speakeasy and teleport to Paris in the 1920s. A glimmering dining room, live jazz band and vintage posters that crowd the walls set the scene for an exceptional dining experience. A traditional French menu offers escargot, wagyu tartare, duck parfait, buttery leek terrine, cote de bouef and crème caramel or soufflé for desert. This is the perfect spot for late night fine dining.
NO. 2

Rockpool Bar & Grill

Neil Perry’s Rockpool Bar & Grill is located in an opulent Art Deco city building with huge pillars, vast windows and atmospheric lighting. With one of Australia’s most extensive wine lists, it would be rude not to enjoy a drink here. The restaurant prides itself on its impeccable service and a menu with Australia’s finest produce. Grass‑fed beef, dry aged on site is a culinary calling at this establishment.
NO. 3

Cho Cho San

A touch of Tokyo in Sydney. Cho Cho San’s minimalistic interiors create a backdrop for magnificent, creative food. Sake and sashimi are two staples here, as well as the green tea soft serve for desert!
NO. 4

Mr. Wong

This Cantonese‑style restaurant spans over a two level building and serves up to 80 different dishes. Executive chef Dan Hong has brought his creative flair into the kitchen. Roasted duck is a crowd favourite here, as well as rock lobster selected from the restaurant’s tank. Mr. Wong also serves a lunch time dim sum menu that has been coined one of the best yum‑cha experiences in Sydney!
NO. 5


A romantic CBD wine and pasta bar seats only 38 people and changes their menu regularly. A succinct food menu showcases regional Italian pasta dishes. Cacio e Pepe, gorganzola ravioli and spanner crab conchiglie are some of our favourite dishes here.
NO. 6

Saint Peter, Paddington

This petite Paddington restaurant provides an intimate, informative and engaging dining experience. Chef Josh Niland has gone above and beyond in serving exceptional quality, sustainably sourced fish and seafood.
NO. 7

Cafe Paci

European style bistro, Cafe Paci, welcomes you to hang at the bar or settle in for the long haul in the restaurant. Pasi Petanen pushes boundaries with dishes like potato and molasses bread, prawn and tarragon ravioli, potato dumplings and carrot sorbet with liquorice cake.
NO. 8

Toko Restaurant

A popular contemporary Japanese diner, offering favourites from past decades as well as an omakase sushi bar. Toko boasts a carefully curated, selection of sake and Japanese whisky. You are in for an incredible dining experience at this glamorous Sydney staple.
NO. 9

China Doll

Located on Sydney’s Woolloomooloo wharf, this award winning restaurant is known for its modern Asian cuisine. China Dolls generous portions and bold flavours make this the perfect place for sharing with family, friends and colleagues.