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The Best Restaurants in New South Wales, Australia

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Betty's Burgers & Concrete Co.
/ 892

Shop 377/378 1 Anderson St, Chatswood

Very nice customer service, super polite and professional

O Bar and Dining
/ 1966

Australia Square 264 George St Level 47, Australia Square 2000, Sydney

The food is unbelievable and the views, the best in Sydney!

Pancakes On The Rocks
/ 2560

22 Playfair St 2000, Sydney

I love their meat, pork ribs, beef ribs, wow

/ 2015

Palace Hotel 15 Goulburn St Haymarket 2000, Sydney

Watching the roti production is super fun. They serve really fast. Skip the desert, obviously.

Spice Alley
/ 1746

Kensington St, Chippendale

Great selection of Malaysian & Singaporean food under one roof! However, it's not 5 stars as a kitchen staff was spotted cutting a tray of kuih with his bare hands.

Tasting Turkish Gozleme at The Rocks Market
/ 1735

0, Sydney

Worth stopping in if you're visiting Sydney.

The Grounds of Alexandria
/ 2291

2 Huntley St Building 7A, Alexandria 2015, Sydney

Every bit as cool as expected, the Grounds serves up fantastic food with a side of eco-charm, and a swing set. No wonder its full to the brim with well healed young families and 4WD prams. For us car-less ruffians traversing to the Grounds is an investment in itself: you’ll find it sprawled amongst the technology parks and warehouses of Alexandria. On arrival we are greeted by an energetic matre de who informs us of a 35 minute wait for a table, and considering noon on a Sunday in the Inner West is equal to NYE in Kings Cross we consider this wait reasonable. Turns out this is just the right amount of time to marvel at the, um, Grounds; say hi to the chickens, marvel at how fabulous everything and everyone is, and steal a fresh strawberry from the garden (shhhh). Although we’re taken with the surroundings we can’t help but feel a bit like we’re jumping on a designer bandwagon and riding it all the way to yuppy-ville…something about the manicured look of the patrons doesn’t sit in line with the earthy nature of the chook pen and the garden beds. Juxtapositions aside we are in tactile heaven as we explore the artefacts dotted around the place and nab the odd mint leaf to inhale dramatically. The inside of the restaurant is no less pleasing than the garden; brick and old wood textures complimented by farmhouse fittings all work together with that mismatched beauty that only careful design can achieve. Unsurprisingly the coffee is fabulous, I’ve no idea how to properly dissect coffee flavour so instead I will simply say that the temperature was perfect, the flavour full, and it had an absolutely smooth finish (no bitter aftertaste – a pet peeve of mine). Now to the really important stuff: fodder. We were both blown away by the food, it’s hands down perfection. We ordered a roast beef, marinated papers, shaved pecorino and caper salad ($15), which was served with two char grilled pieces of sourdough. The beef was rare and tender, the dressing perfectly balanced and set off by some fresh parsley and chives, the pecorino a lovely creamy taste and the capers the perfect acidic injection to pull the whole thing together. The scrambled eggs with smoked cheddar, herbs, roasted field mushrooms and sourdough ($16) has taken the very heavily researched title of Best Eggs Ever and got such a vocal response from my lady that I felt quite jealous of it. The lunch menu (11.30am onwards) prices range from $6 (toast) to $18 ( the Grounds angus beef burger) stopping off at a 4-deep salad section ($14 – $16) along the way. The breakfast menu (pre 11.30am) ranges from $6 – $19 and has some great sounding dishes like the breakfast board which is a pile of smoked ham, avocado tomato, poached eggs pesto and toast. Overall the Grounds is great: one must be prepared to relax into the charm of being uber-cool, but this is a small sacrifice to pay for the Best Brunch Ever.

Cow & The Moon
/ 1453

181 Enmore Rd, Enmore

Best gelato ever, nice atmosphere, and nice, late hours. It's probably one of my favourite neighborhood shops.

The Baxter Inn
/ 1331

156 Clarence St 2000, Sydney

Very cool alley bar that has an awesome range of whiskies to choose from.

Chubby Buns
/ 1573

78 Parramatta Rd 2141, Lidcombe

The burgers are big and juicy, really good for value

Thrive Cafe Sydney
/ 1523

Mlc Centre 19 - 29 Martin Pl 2000, Sydney

A little too cool for school. Go and share a dessert platter and some cocktails for a treaty night out!

The Glenmore
/ 1574

96 Cumberland St 2000, Sydney

The food isn't fancy but the salt a pepper squid packs a welcomed punch.

Restaurant Hubert
/ 1273

15 Bligh St, Sydney

Beautiful venue and amazing food

Betty's Burgers & Concrete Co.
/ 1107

Shop 6 & 7 E Esplanade, Manly

Looking forward to Betty's Burgers opening in Manly. As Gigi Hadid always says, 'Eat clean to stay fit; have a burger to stay sane.'

The Newport
/ 1524

2 Kalinya St 2106, Newport

Woohoo for the biggest beer garden in the southern hemisphere! Expect standard pub grub like burgers and steak, but we love simple having a fortifying beverage looking over the water. The pub is very child friendly and has a play area too.




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