Sydney’s best Degustations
Degustations have come a long way. Once reserved solely for fine dining restaurants and usually exorbitantly priced, the modern degustation is being taken up these days by some of our favourite Sydney spots. White tablecloths optional.
Check out my list for the top 10 best degustation restaurants in Sydney (in no particular order):
Chef Clayton Wells is serving up a degustation only menu at Automata, in a relaxed approachable atmosphere.
Read my review of Automata
5 Kensington Street, Chippendale
Minimalist monochrome resto serving up a fusion of European flavours with Japanese cooking techniques. Offering a 7 and 10 course degustation menu.
Read my review of Blanca
UG 4, The Hub, 75-79 Hall Street, Bondi Beach
This degustation only restaurant in a little know restaurant suburb is one of the pioneers of the modern degustation.
Read my review of sixpenny
83 Percival Road, Stanmore
Executive Chef Peter Doyle has been serving up quality food at est. for years. This is an old school degustation done well.
Read my review of est.
Level 1, Establishment, 252 George Street, Sydney
Brent Savage’s modern take on the degustation is well worth experiencing. Relaxed surroundings top it off. Oh, and don’t even get me started about the wine list.
Read my review of Monopole
71A Macleay Street, Potts Point
- LUMI BAR AND DINING
A Modern Italian degustation menu is served in prime position at Pyrmont with waterfront views. Something special.
Read my review of LuMi Bar and Dining
56 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont
- SEAN’S PANAROMA
Rustic mediterranean degutation served in relaxed beachside surroundings. Long time Sydney staple.
Read my review of Sean’s Panaroma
270 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach
- NEL. RESTAURANT
Exceptional degustation only restaurant. Served up in relaxed, warm and cosy industrial chic surroundings.
Read my review of nel. restaurant
75 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney
No Sydney degustation list would be complete without Tetsuyas. Sure, it’s fancy pants and it’s not cheap. But it is something you need to add to your Bucket List if you’re a foodie.
Read my review of Tetsuyas
529 Kent Street, Sydney
- THE OWL HOUSE
If you’re looking for a more casual (and affordable) degustation option, The Owl House is your place. You can choose to match your menu with either wine or cocktails.
Read my review of The Owl House
292 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst
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