Potts Point’s best Restaurants
Looking for a restaurant in Potts Point? This suburb may be just minutes away from Sydney’s seediest strip, but don’t be fooled. There are some class act restos in Potts Point and surrounding suburbs. In fact, some of our favourite hot spots reside in this neighbourhood.
Skip the kebabs and check out our list of the Top 10 best restaurants in Potts Point (in no particular order):
This glam industrial chic wine bar is one of our favourites. Offering over 500 rare and boutique wines alongside spectacular share style food, it’s a winner.
Read our review of Monopole
71A Macleay Street, Potts Point
- PAPER BIRD
The guys behind the now defunct Moon Park are back with a new offering serving innovative South East Asian cuisine.
Read our review of Paper Bird
46A Macleay Street, Potts Point (entrance via Crick Avenue)
- BISTRO REX
Warm and cosy French bistro, serving classic bistro fare along with attentive service. Also a great late night dining option.
Read our review of Bistro Rex
Shop 1, 50-58 Macleay Street, Potts Point
- MS G’s
Long standing hot spot, Ms G’s serves up an Asian fusion menu in a funky setting. Always pumping and a great spot for groups. Don’t forget to check out the upstairs bar while you’re waiting for your table.
Read our review of Ms G’s
155 Victoria Street, Potts Point
- THE APOLLO
Minimalist Art Deco Greek resto serving up tasty fare. Go The Full Greek!
Read our review of The Apollo
44 Macleay Street, Potts Point
- FRATELLI PARADISO
This sexy Italian bistro is a local institution. The menu is charmingly written exclusively in Italian and scrawled on their blackboard. Just ask the waitstaff for a translation.
Read our review of Fratelli Paradiso
12-16 Challis Avenue, Potts Point
- BILLY KWONG
Kylie Kwong’s popular Chinese eating house with a focus on sustainable and ethical eating. Serving up exquisite Chinese cuisine.
Read our review of Billy Kwong
28 Macleay Street, Elizabeth Bay
- THE BUTLER
Trendy resto/bar serving a French bistro menu. Alfresco dining available on the terrace with a stunning city view to boot. Also great for groups.
Read our review of The Butler
123 Victoria Street, Potts Point
- CHO CHO SAN
Japanese izakaya dining. Japanese inspired share style menu, great cocktails, whiskeys, sakes and shochus. Funky vibe.
Read our review of Cho Cho San
73 Macleay Street, Potts Point
Younger sibling to Monopole and just down the street, Yellow is their more casual offering which is vegetarian only (for dinner). Casual or not, this bistro serves up quality vego cuisine in a relaxed setting. Also a great brunch option. (Note: not vegetarian only for brunch – you can get your bacon fix!)
Read our review of Yellow
57 Macleay Street, Potts Point
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Image courtesy of Monopole.