Top 10 Restaurants in Sydney’s CBD

Sepia Restaurant

Sepia Restaurant

Sydney’s CBD is home to a plethora of dining options, from fine dining to simple Italian, you’ll find it here.  But, with endless restaurants to choose from, sometimes it can be hard to make a choice.

So, we’ve narrowed it down for you, coming up with our list of the Top 10 best restaurants in Sydney’s CBD, in no particular order:

  1. INDU
    Modern Indian cuisine is served up in this hidden basement gem.  Luxe fit out, private dining rooms and a great option for groups.
    Read our review of Indu
    350 George Street, Sydney  
    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
  3. SEPIA
    Not only one of the best restaurants in Sydney’s CBD, but one of the best restaurants in Australia in our opinion.  Sepia is really something special.  Slick service, classy decor, exquisite food, with a French and Japanese influence.  The degustation is a must for a truly memorable experience.
    Read our review of Sepia
    201 Sussex Street, Sydney
    One of our favourite Japanese restaurants in Sydney, full stop.  Trendy fit out, superb food.  Sake Restaurant & Bar is top notch.
    Read our review of Sake Restaurant & Bar
    12 Argyle Street, The Rocks 
    Effortless elegance can be found at The Bridge Room, along with attentive and knowledgeable wait staff and stunning Modern Australian cuisine.  It’s a winner.
    Read our review of The Bridge Room
     44 Bridge Street, Sydney 
  6. EST.
    Located above the uber popular Establishment Bar you will find fine dining gem, est.  Serving up spectacular food in a gorgeous heritage dining room, we love it.
    Read our review of est.
    Level 1, Establishment, 252 George Street, Sydney
    Ex Nomad Chef Nathan Sassi is back with his new Spanish venture.  A great corporate option, featuring a tapas menu, rotisserie meats and hand-made cheeses.
    Read our review of Mercado
    4 Ash Street, Sydney
    Tucked away in Bulletin Place, Tapavino is a charming Spanish Tapas Bar.  Offering friendly service and tasty food, along with a huge array of Sherry’s and a mostly Spanish wine list.
    Read our review of Tapavino
    6 Bulletin Place, Sydney 
    Jamie Oliver’s hugely popular Italian eatery.  Jamie’s Italian follows Jamie’s philosophy, offering rustic dishes, with simple flavours.  Though, beware Jamie’s is always busy and you will most likely need to wait for a table.
    Read our review of Jamie’s Italian
    107 Pitt Street, Sydney 
  10. MR WONG
    Mr Wong serves up Modern Cantonese cuisine in an ultra trendy environment.  It’s always bustling and is a great late night dining option.
    Read our review of Mr Wong
    3 Bridge Lane, Sydney 

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