Best New Restaurants in Sydney 2016
Every year in Sydney we are treated to new restaurant and bar openings, each one seemingly more exciting than the last. It is never easy to keep this list to just 10, but we’ll try our best. We don’t want to update you on every single restaurant and bar opening this year. Just the top spots!
Stay tuned as we count down our Top 10 Best Restaurant and Bar Openings of 2016.
Here’s our list so far (in no particular order):
- RESTAURANT HUBERT
French bistro classics are served in a magnificent, dimly lit vintage space, which pays homage to the grand dining rooms of yesteryear. Offering restaurant and bar options.
Read our review of Restaurant Hubert
15 Bligh Street, Sydney
Exceptional modern Indian cuisine is served in this underground city den. A great spot for groups.
Read our review of INDU
350 George Street, Sydney (entry via Angel Place)
- NORSK DOR
Hidden Nordic themed underground small bar/resto serving Scandinavian food and drinks alongside warm service.
Read our review of Norsk Dor
70 Pitt Street, Sydney
New cocktail bar brought to us by The Lobo Plantation team with a focus on rum and rye whisky. Celebrating 1940’s Paris.
Read our review of Kittyhawk
16 Phillip Lane, Sydney
Merivale’s newest offering with farm to table approach and a focus on sustainable and ethical dining. Also featuring a cocktail bar (Charlie Parker’s) downstairs.
Read our review of Fred’s
380 Oxford Street, Paddington
- NO.1 BENT STREET
Mike McEarney (from Kitchen by Mike) is back and this time he’s offering a fully fledged restaurant with a menu that follows his ethos of simple cooking.
Read our review of No. 1 Bent Street
1 Bent Street, Sydney
Ex Nomad Chef Nathan Sassi is back with his new Spanish venture in the CBD. A great corporate option, featuring a tapas menu, rotisserie meats and hand-made cheeses.
Read our review of Mercado
4 Ash Street, Sydney
- KENSINGTON STREET SOCIAL
UK Michelin starred Chef Jason Atherton’s first Australian restaurant. He’s gone for a relaxed, casual vibe and it works.
Read our review of Kensington Street Social
3 Kensington Street, Chippendale
- THE NEWPORT
Merivale’s newest offering is set on the stunning shores of Pittwater. With plenty of indoor and outdoor spaces for eating and drinking as well as being family friendly they’ve done it again.
Read our review of The Newport
2 Kalinda Street, Newport
- BAR BROSE
Relaxed wine bar/eatery by the ACME team. Excellent wine list and a quality share style food menu.
Read our review of Bar Brose
231a Victoria Street, Darlinghurst