Sydney’s best Trendy Restaurants
Trend, trendy, on trend, set the trend… Whatever way you put it it’s trendy to be on trend and, after all, we’re all about keeping you in the loop with the movements and happenings of Sydney’s colourful F&B scene. It seems almost every week there is a new hot spot of choice, each one competitively more uber cool than the last. And whilst trendy in our book does not always equal “worthy”, we’re here to bring you those that are not only trendy, there’s substance behind them too. Trendy and memorable (for all the right reasons), that’s what WE like to see.
So, turn up your glam-o-metre and check out our list of the best trendy restaurants in Sydney:
- RESTAURANT HUBERT
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
- FRED’S & CHARLIE PARKER’S
With the restaurant Fred’s upstairs and cocktail bar Charlie Parker’s downstairs – this dual venue is a hot spot.
Read our review of ‘Fred’s & Charlie Parker’s
380 Oxford Street, Paddington
- CHIN CHIN
Melbourne’s iconic Chin Chin restaurant finally makes 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 our review of Chin Chin
69 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
- THE PADDINGTON
The old Paddington Arms Hotel has been transformed by Justin Hemmes into The Paddington. Offering plenty of seating and areas for groups along with a British butcher theme.
Read our review of The Paddington
384 Oxford Street, Paddington
- DARLO COUNTRY CLUB
The old Victoria Room has been transformed into a Californian Country Club, complete with an LA inspired menu.
Read our review of The Darlo Country Club
235 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst
Swanky wine bar/restaurant serving exceptional Modern Australian cuisine with over 500 boutique wines on their list, in a glam industrial interior.
Read our review of Monopole
71A Macleay Street, Potts Point
- MS Gs
Asian fusion is served in this swish establishment. It’s loud, it’s fun, it’s glamorous.
Read our review of Ms Gs
155 Victoria Street, Potts Point
- THE BUTLER
The old Mezzuluna site has been transformed into a casual oasis serving French bistro fare. You can’t beat that view from their terrace.
Read our review of The Butler
123 Victoria Street, Potts Point
- MR WONG
Plush colonial Chinese resto bringing Cantonese cuisine back in vogue. Top tip – head to next door Palmer & Co. for a pre or post dinner drink.
Read our review of Mr Wong
3 Bridge Lane, Sydney
- MRS SIPPY
Long standing Double Bay favourite and perennial hot spot, offering inside and alfresco areas.
Read our review of Mrs Sippy
37 Bay Street, Double Bay
Note: We regularly review our Top 10 series to ensure we serve you current content.
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