Restaurants

The A-Z Guide To Dinner In Sydney

By Ellie Schneider - 29 Jul 2014

The Apollo

Potts Point, NSW 1 Image

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Riley St Garage

Woolloomooloo, NSW 1 Image

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Ms G’s

Potts Point, NSW 1 Image

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Longrain

Surry Hills, NSW 1 Image

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Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Watsons Bay, NSW 6 Images

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Spice Temple

Sydney, NSW 1 Image

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Mr. Moustache

Bondi , NSW 1 Image

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Zushi Restaurant

Surry Hills, NSW 1 Image

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Miss Peaches Soul Food Kitchen

Newtown, NSW 1 Image

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Porteño

Surry Hills, NSW 1 Image

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Berta

Sydney, NSW 1 Image

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est.

Sydney , NSW 1 Image

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The Norfolk

Redfern, NSW 1 Image

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Hartsyard

Newtown, NSW 1 Image

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Saké Restaurant & Bar

The Rocks, NSW 8 Images

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House of Crabs

Redfern, NSW 1 Image

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Fat Rupert’s

Bondi, NSW 1 Image

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mojo by Luke Mangan

Waterloo, NSW 1 Image

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Makoto

Chatswood, NSW 1 Image

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Hickson’s Food & Wine

Walsh Bay , NSW 1 Image

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China Doll

Woolloomooloo, NSW 1 Image

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Hugos Manly

Manly, NSW 1 Image

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Toko Sydney

Surry Hills, NSW 1 Image

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Where are you eating tonight?

Sydney's dining culture is at its peak. With faultless landmarks and buzzy newcomers wooing Sydney foodies, it's getting tough to keep track of the best restaurants in town. So, to help you on your culinary quest, we've curated the ultimate A-Z guide to the best dinners in Sydney. Whether you're craving a MasterChef-worthy creation, or just looking to dig your teeth into a great steak, these Sydney restaurants are sure to satisfy.

A | Apollo's homemade pork sausage with tomato relish.

B | Bo Luc Lac at Red Lantern.

C | Crispy pork knuckle with soy mustard and pickled apple at Riley Street Garage.

D | DIY vegetarian Sang Choy Bao at Ms G's.

E | Eggnet bursting with pork, prawns, peanuts, and cucumber relish at Longrain.

F | Fish & Chips (with a smothering of tartare sauce) at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel.

G | Guangxi-style crisp roast pork belly at Spice Temple.

H | Huitlacoche tostaditas at Mr. Moustache—a street cart favourite!

I | Inside-out signature rolls at Zushi (ah, salmon skin roll!).

J | Jambalaya with Southern-style baked rice at Miss Peaches (it's GF, vegan, and lip-smackingly delicious!).

K | Kobe Cuisine Wagyu beef grilled over charcoal at Porteño.

L | Lasagne with spicy chicken heart and ragu tomato at Berta.

M | Moreton Bay bug with orange, green shallot, fennel, watercress puree, and puffed quinoa at est.

N | Nachos laden with smoked chilli braised beef, Jack cheese, and chipotle mayo at The Norfolk.

O | Oyster Po'Boy (English muffin, Old Bay mayo, and slaw) at Hartsyard.

P | Popcorn shrimp with creamy spicy sauce at Saké Restaurant & Bar.

Q | QLD prawns with lobster fries at House of Crabs.

R | Rupert's Plate of charcuterie and Australian cheeses.

S | Stir-fried Spanner Crab with black bean and chilli at Billy Kwong.

T | Tempura prawn taco with pineapple salsa and chipotle aioli at mojo by Luke Mangan.

U | Udon smothered with seafood at Makoto.

V | Veal and pork meatballs with oregano and tomato at Hickson's Food & Wine.

W | Wontons with pork, prawn, and shiitake (to start) at China Doll.  

X | DeluXe (gotta give us points for trying) slow-roasted pork belly pizza at Hugos Manly.

Y | Yellowfin tuna tartare with Moroccan eggplant and cumin mayonnaise at Rockpool Bar & Grill.

Z | Zucchini tempura with tofu and feta at Toko.

Have we left off your favourite dinner from one of Sydney's best restaurants? Don't be shy—we want to know!

Image credit: Neil Perry Rockpool

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