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.
33 Playfair St & Argyle St, The Rocks
Your opinion on this restaurant will probably depend on how you handle cheesy. A corny version of Bavaria right here in Sydney. Serving staff clad in leiderhosen and 'wenching' outfits are generally very friendly (if not always prompt). There is often live oompa pa music which you will either find fun or it will drive you crazy. The food can be pricey but some of the portions are large enough to share (don't be afraid to ask, we were advised by a waitress to share the cheese spatzle between two and she was right). Kids are given colouring sheet and pencils to keep them busy and there is a separate kids' menu.
12 Argyle St, The Rocks
First time I tried sake was a few years ago, decided to come back to revive my memory as to what I ate previously. Menu was delicious fish was cooked to perfection and the atmosphere was great. Staff were friendly when choosing a sake beverage and overall the night was perfect.
Bay 10 & 11, Campbell’s Stores 7-27 Circular Quay W, The Rocks
Brilliant! Great food and service.
18 Argyle St, The Rocks
Unfortunately I have to disagree passionately with each of the previous reviewers. I love this place! There are some fantastic german draught beers, and an amazingly extensive cocktail list. Even if nothing particular appeals on the list, the bartenders are more than competent to recommend and create delicious cocktails. The mussels with garlic ciabatta is delish. All topped off by fantastic staff, i loved the experience!
135 Harrington St, The Rocks
Great beer, the food is good and its a beautiful building. Is not laid out well for the amount of people that go though.
143 George St, The Rocks
The best part of Push Bar + Dining is the location, right in The Rocks and close to Circular Quay. The bar is nice enough, though it has a TV at the end which detracts from the atmosphere a little. It has a happy hour with $7 champagnes which is always a winner in my eyes.
35 Harrington St, The Rocks
A definitely upscale Japanese restaurant with authentic feel and tasty food. Somewhat pricey.
The Clock Tower Centre, shop 10, 35-55 Harrington Street, The Rocks
The coffee is delicious! The service is friendly and fast if you need a coffee on the go. If not in a rush its a great place to sit and enjoy breakfast, brunch or lunch any day of the week.
Level 4 Overseas Passenger Terminal, The Rocks
way overpriced for what was offered. really good food and great presentation. just somehow off.. oh and wooden chopsticks... i mean come on!
7-27 Circular Quay W, The Rocks
Historic 19th century warehouses along the foreshores of Sydney Cove. Currently houses fine dining restaurants and is also an entertainment destination.
Mezzanine Level 98 Gloucester St, The Rocks
I love coming to The Quartier, the food is delicious and when I'm in Sydney, I need to pop in for a French treat.
229-235 George St, The Rocks
Awesome. Banksia Bakery is an excellent place to pop for a bite or a coffee. The cakes are beautifully presented and delicious, coffee is fantastic. The real draw-card is the beef brisket pie...
12/20 Argyle St, The Rocks
All the dumplings you can eat, a must for fans of good food, and fans of #Souths (see pictures) Cheeseburger dumplings taste something like a #BIGMAC without the bun, delicious! Recommend the porkbelly, and (vegetarians look away now) - the #PorkBelly. Not a dumpling, but rules are for people who follow rules. (whosoever they may be) Was quite the family affair, and the staff are friendly and attentive - in particular +Gabrielle Barros (who also happens to work at my local cafe). Food was excellent, service delicious and the atmosphere wonderful - but the spelling...?
176 Cumberland St, The Rocks