One of the things most people missed during the last year of lockdowns was eating out. As became clear when we couldn’t do it, sitting down at a restaurant is about so much more than just eating, but rather a way of connecting with others and doing it over a delicious meal.
In Sydney, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to where to dine. So if you’re looking to narrow down your options, may we recommend these .sydney establishments? Not only are they serving up some of the best dishes in the city, but they’re doing it on a .sydney domain, so website visitors know exactly where they’re located and even increasing their Google ranking with a keyword right in their web address.
Here’s to another year of eating local!
This isn’t your average fish shop. finefish offers sustainable seafood daily. You can either grab fresh offerings form Australia and New Zealand to cook yourself at home, pick up ready-made meals to finish off and eat at home, or enjoy the simple, homemade cooking at finefish’s restaurant and takeaway outlet. However you chow down on finefish, it’s sure to be a winner.
Named after the Italian word for “grain,” Grana incorporates its namesake in all its menus. Enjoy house-made rolls and bread on its breakfast menu or dip into fresh pasta or crostino in the evening. Best of all, you can watch the on-site production happening when you visit, so you can be sure that what you’re eating is fresh.
When you find yourself in the CBD, Raphael’s is a great stop for lunch, dinner, or drinks. Tucked down a laneway, the Italian restaurant offers a simple, delicious menu. Just a stone’s throw away from Circular Quay, it’s the perfect spot to take out-of-town guests or to kick back after work and enjoy a meal and drinks.
If you’re an oyster fan, you’re in luck. Thirty Three Degrees specialises in Sydney rock oysters picked straight form the restaurant’s own farm. If you’re after something more substantial, the lunch and dinner menus feature a variety of fresh Australian seafood in dishes like tuna tartare, charred octopus, or batter Murray cod. The stunning venue also makes a great spot for events and functions.
Recently named one of Australia’s hot 20 restaurants by the Australian Weekend Magazine, Lana is found in the historic Hinchcliff House. The restaurant specialises in featuring local ingredients for a modern spin on old Italian classics. Drop in for a glass of wine or cocktail or choose the set food menu and combine it with a beverage pairing for an out-of-this-world combination.
You can’t go wrong choosing pizza, and you especially can’t go wrong with Impasto’s menu. They’ve got all the classics, like pepperoni and margherita, mixed in with more daring pizzas like mortadella and burrata. Plus, they can make any pizza gluten-free for any coeliacs in the group. And did we mention they offer dessert pizza?
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