where to eat in sydney


Mr wong

Modern Cantonese menu, from dim sum to classic mud crab, served in a lavish french colonial setting. The wagyu beef carpaccio is the best I've ever had!
Best for lunch or dinner, no bookings for less than 6 people so try to get there early.
Mr Wong, 3 Bridge Lane, Sydney, New South Wales 2000,Australia, +61 92403000


Izakaya cuisine set in an ex-warehouse. Dishes like the campi nigiri with foie gras and truffle oil are worth the trip alone!
Toko, 490 Crown Street | Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia, +61 2 9357 6100


Another modern Chinese restaurant, if you like spicy, this place is for you. Strongly recommend the hot and numbing dry wagyu beef, the kung pao, fried squid as well as the prawn wantons.
Recommended for dinner. 
Spice Temple, 10 Bligh St., Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia, +61 2 8078 1888


Modern Australian food in a concrete wall space. The burnt pavlova with passion fruit is to die for. 
Ester, 46 -52 Meagher Street, Sydney, New South Wales,Australia, +61 2 8068 8279


A favorite for brunch, things like avocado and truffle halloumi on toast with poached eggs, right in the centre of hip Surry Hills. 
Le Monde, 83 Foveaux Street | Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia, +61292113568


Another brunch favorite in Surry Hills, signature dishes include ricotta hotcakes with caramelized bananas. 
Bills, 359 Crown Street | Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia, + 61 2 9360 4762


Ignore the indoor setting and sit outside overlooking bondi beach for the best truffle scrambled eggs in town followed by nutella and bananas french toast. 
Trio, 56 Campbell Parade, Bondi, New South Wales 2026,Australia, +61293656044