Surry Hills’ best Restaurants
Looking for a restaurant in Surry Hills? Well, you’re spoilt for choice in this foodie suburb. Chock full of options, sometimes it can be hard to choose.
But, never fear. I’ve narrowed it down for you, coming up with my Top 10 list of the best restaurants in Surry Hills (in no particular order).
You can’t go wrong.
- CHIN CHIN
Melbourne’s iconic Chin Chin restaurant has found its way to Sydney. Serving up an Asian fuision menu. Beware – you will need to be prepared to wait for a table and you can be sure it will always be pumping!
Read my review of Chin Chin
69 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
Amazing Argentinean meats authentically cooked over fire pits, along with top notch service and a fun, rockabilly atmosphere. I love it.
Read my review of Porteno
50 Holt Street, Surry Hills
Brought to us by the guy behind much loved Chippendale restaurant Ester, Poly is part restaurant, part wine bar. A top spot for a casual bite.
Read my review of Poly
74-76 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
Porteno’s older brother. Serving up innovative spanish tapas with rockabilly flair. Beware, no bookings – but I think it’s worth the wait.
Read my review of Bodega
216 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
- THE DOLPHIN HOTEL
The dining room at The Dolphin Hotel is serving up serious food these days with a Modern Italo-Australian menu.
Read my review of The Dolphin Hotel
412 Crown Street, Surry Hills
- TOKO RESTAURANT & BAR
Long standing Japanese favourite, Toko is still serving quality Japanese cuisine whilst maintaining it’s laid back, yet spot on trend atmosphere.
Read my review of Toko Restaurant & Bar
490 Crown Street, Surry Hills
This Surry Hills resto serves up exceptional cuisine. Wood oven cooking is a specialty. Plus, they offer a cellar door, should you be wanting to take home a bottle of your favourite drop.
Read my review of Nomad
16 Foster Street, Surry Hills
Not just a Surry Hills institution, but a Sydney institution. Uber trendy Longrain is well known for its Thai cuisine and also boasts some great drinking options. (Bunker Bar, anyone?)
Read my review of Longrain
85 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
Firedoor focusses on wood fire cooking. The natural beauty of the produce is respected. This is not a fancy way of cooking, it is all about enhancing flavours through traditional smoking and fire techniques.
Read my review of Firedoor
23-33 Mary Street, Surry Hills
- BISHOP SESSA RESTAURANT & BAR
We love the quality of cuisine at Bishop Sessa. Serving up superb fare at reasonable prices.
Read my review of Bishop Sessa Restaurant & Bar
527 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Note: I regularly review my Top 10 Series to ensure I serve you current content.
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Image courtesy of Chin Chin.