What could be more delightful than being welcomed with a Mediterranean bowl filled with a fresh catch? Sydney is a strip of high-end to grandiose restaurants and every corner has hidden little gems that will satisfy your palate. If you’re ever in Sydney and looking for note-worthy restaurants, here are our top picks:
Saint Peter was established in the year 2016 by 27-year-old Chef Josh Niland. Hoping to reinvent and upscale seafood dishes, his mission brought him to the international tier of the industry and earned him high international recognition and credits. If you are looking for a spot to quick-fix your seafood cravings around Sydney, Saint Peter in Paddington is one place where you might think differently about fish after a meal, of which, every cranny and part of the fish is used to elevate and harmonise the taste of the dish.
A plate filled with vegan and gluten-free ingredients or sinfully cut steak slow-cooked to rare perfection is what this modest restaurant in Potts Point is all about. Their French-inspired menu is being altered seasonally depending on what ingredients are available. Opel, the genius who built the restaurant makes an outright effort to implement sustainable cooking inside his kitchen. His precision paired with his creativity and passion for sustainable cooking are what makes him a celebrated chef in Sydney. The texture of Tomato is one of the dishes on his menu invented by Opel of which no part of tomato was wasted and the dish is made entirely of tomato. Truly a gastronomic experience for every person who took a taste.
Alessandro Pavoni has a refined and classic way of presenting his dishes. The service is impeccable and its best audience is the high-rollers at the Crown. The plates in Sydney are carefully plated in this luxurious abode. The food is inspired by the Italian countryside and they tend to stir away from seafood dishes. Beef carpaccio and fresh burrata are a few of the sumptuous dishes in a’Mare.
Yellow is one of the prominent names in the fine dining scene in Sydney. Brent Savage is the brilliant chef who made a huge shift in his dishes and went vegetarian all the way. It was a bold move that nobody expected from this famed chef. He, however, pulled it off dramatically. He proved to the people of Sydney that one can enjoy a perfectly delicious meal without any meat. Brent’s mission to invent vegetarian dishes in the most radical way possible earned him international recognition for creating dishes that nobody has ever invented and tasted before.
10 William Street
Good times and good food are what is served at 10 William Street. The menu is a fusion between Italian and Aussie palates and the list of drinks are curated from all over the world. From their fine selection of Japanese Sake to Wildflower table beers to South-Australian crafted red and white wines to their poignantly-flavoured short dishes will just make your Saturday night-out plans.
Sydney has a wide selection of bars and restaurants all over the city. From their rooftop bars that have the most amazing views and cuisines to secret restaurants and bars hidden behind a rustic old door, Sydney has it all for your unique palate.