Top 10 Restaurants at Barangaroo

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Barangaroo’s Best Restaurants

Barangaroo has fast emerged as the hottest new foodie precinct in Sydney.  At Barangaroo you can eat to your hearts content anything from burgers, to sushi, to seafood, to Turkish or Spanish cuisine and more.  Take your pick!  One thing’s for sure, you are certainly spoilt for choice dining at Barangaroo.

So, here I count down my Top 10 best restaurants at Barangaroo.  Oh, and be sure to read to the very end for my personally recommended Barangaroo progressive dinner itinerary!

    Cirrus is a seafood restaurant brought to us by the Bentley guys and they sure know their stuff!  You remember Monopole and Yellow?  They’ve also snagged prime position right by the water.  A must for seafood lovers.
    Read our review of Cirrus
    10/23 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
    Banksii is a Vermouth Bar and Bistro with a Mediterranean share style menu, brought to us by the Bar H guys.  Naturally they also have an excellent vermouth selection amongst other drinks on offer.
    Banksii website
    11/33 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
    Matt Moran’s newest venture consists of 3 levels.  Downstairs you have House Bar, on the middle level is their Modern Australian restaurant Bea and upstairs you’ll find their rooftop bar, Smoke.
    Read our review of Barangaroo House
    35 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
  4. 12 MICRON
    12 Micron serves a Modern Australian menu and is a little more ‘fine dining’ than some other Barangaroo options.  Good to know they also have a late night dessert bar!
    12 Micron website
    Level 2/100 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
    Anason is all about Turkish cuisine, which is perfect for sharing.  One of our personal Barangaroo favourites in fact.
    Anason website
    5/23, Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
    I’ve been a fan of the original Tapavino since it opened many years ago.  They since opened Balcon by Tapavino and Born by Tapavino is their Barangaroo option focussing on food you’d likely find in Barcelona.
    Born by Tapavino website
    9A/23 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
  7. LOTUS
    Lotus celebrates Chinese cuisine with a strong seafood focus.  Oh, and they also have a dumpling master so you can be sure their dumplings are spot on.
    Lotus website
    Wulugul Walk, Barangaroo
    Australian sustainable seafood is served at at Barangaroo.  These restauranteurs are no newcomers, opening their first restaurant in Roselle back in 2010.  The entire restaurant is dedicated to locally sourced, environmentally conscious food and drinks. website
    Wulugul Walk, 7/23 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
  9. ZUSHI
    Sushi is the name of the game at Zushi.  They’ve nailed the relaxed Japanese bar or izakaya.  They also serve plenty of sake and Japanese whisky!
    Zushi website
    10/33 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo
    Clearly it’s all about burgers at Ume Burger.  But, it’s not just about burgers.  It’s also about soft serve and Japanese sodas!  Not your average burger joint.
    Ume Burger website
    33 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo

Bonus: The restaurants at Barangaroo are located close together which makes it a perfect spot for a progressive dinner.  Here’s a suggested Itinerary to start you off:

Entree at Born by Tapavino.  Main course at Cirrus.  Dessert at 12 Micron.  After dinner drinks at Smoke at Barangaroo House.

Night sorted.  You’re welcome!

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Image courtesy of Barangaroo House.