40 Third Ave (Next to Radhe Wholesale & Retail) 2148, Blacktown
Free pain Puri when you r purchase is >50 aud
4/8 South St, Granville
You'll be hard pressed to find this place empty. But service is quick, and the value for money is top notch. There's a reason why the other 2 charcoal chicken places on the same strip are empty. The chicken, tabouli, pickles are nice but what brings them to life is the garlic sauce. Love it, I can have that sauce with anything. :)
69 Wigram St 2150, Harris Park
Had a great experience. Staff is very friendly with lovely smiles and everyone of them is concerned about you and your experience with their food. They do not wait for u to roll through the menu and confuse yourself bt keep suggesting and recommending you of their best dishes. Would really like to visit again. And most importantly no long waits even on Friday evening and despite of being busy, food was served with in nominal time. Keep going team and all the best.
235 Canley Vale Rd 2 235 Canley Vale Rd 2166, Canley Heights
The food was good...one of the best local steak i had...and for the review below who said they dont have table water..they actually do have table water...the food does take a while to come out but once we tasted the food, it was well worth it. The lounges were very comfy..i would definitely come here again
140 George St, The Rocks
As a non-art student I often find art galleries uninteresting however the Museum of Contemporary Art is a refreshing addition to the Sydney art scene. As noted the exhibitions are often intriguing, as well as a strong permanent collection. It is in a central location with fabulous views of the harbour, with great amenities. I would definitely recommend it to visitors and Sydney-siders alike.
Sydney Opera House, Lower Concourse Level Macquarie Street 2000, Sydney
Pricey, but good atmosphere and you can't beat the location: Harbour bridge to the left, Opera House to the right.
294 King St, Newtown
Brilliant food, fantastic service, wonderful atmosphere... can't go wrong if you like big crowds.
351 Pacific Hwy, Coffs Harbour
This was a fun place to stop and see. Beware the Bunyip!
169 Dolphin St 2034, Coogee
The Coogee Pavilion is definitely the spot to come in summer. I came here on a Sunday (it only opened on Thursday) and it was absolutely pumping. Every table was full and there was a line of 20 people outside waiting. My friend emailed the day it opened as we were a group of 8 and she basically had to sign her life away to get the table but it was worth it. The cocktails ($16-18) are amazing, the cravado in particular is the ultimate summer drink made with mint, lychee, coconut water and vodka. We shared a few entrees and salads to start. The raw scollops and chicken salad were both stand outs. We then decided to share a few wood fired pizzas which were amazing. We ordered one of each of the desserts to share which was a smart choice as they were very rich but my pick out of all of them would have to have been the salted caramel custard pot. What else was great was the fact that Justin Hemmes was even there saying hi to customers, and making sure everything was going smoothly. He was even open to feedback. Bravo!
3 Bridge Lane 2000, Sydney
Excellent service - the place is at full capacity and runs like clockwork. Wonderful staff and decor transports u to another era. Food is O.K. Peking duck was a slight disappointment - more of a normal roast duck sliced Peking style. Skin wasn't very crispy. Wouldnt order it again. The meat was somewhat tasteless. Their custom duck oven is more for roast Chinese rather than for Peking style duck. Yum cha steamed sampler - scallops and prawn and sui leung baw were similar to what is available at Din Tai Fung and Chinatown. The steamed mushroom dumpling was delicious. Fresh veges were perfectly cooked - but who goes there for that??? Fried icecream was OK. Tables are way too small so be careful if u order too many things.
22 Civic Rd 2144, Auburn
really i recommand everyone to come and try best lebanese restaurant
50 Hunter St 2000, Sydney
Finally found a spot in the city that doesn't make me want to yank my hair out. Frankie's is an unassuming little spot in the CBD that you would easily pass if you didn't notice the flashing neon sign. If you're looking for a casual after work beer & a bite at a place where you don't have to yell at your neighbour, this might be a good place to start. The pizza is affordable but also very tasty, plenty of beer options, and the staff is surprisingly friendly and accommodating (our waiter kept bringing extra chairs from the back room as our group got bigger). I hear it's open late - not sure what that crowd/vibe might be like but definitely worth a look in the early hours of the evening.
52 Station St E 2150, Harris Park
Amazing food quality, Hygienic and Authentic Indian Touch street food.
26 Foveaux St, Surry Hills
One of Sydney's great pubs. Still a traditional tiled venue. The staff are attentive and friendly. Beer drinkers should ask if a jug is cheaper as they always have specials and happy hour!
Shop 2 / 338 Pitt St 2000, Sydney
Best food and fantastic atmosphere. Order was incorrect but they fixed it quickly