Anniversary Restaurants Sydney
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Sydney has some of the best Anniversary dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best Anniversary Restaurants in Sydney.
It is with great pleasure we introduce our restaurant to you. At Fernandos offers diners a wonderful array of high quality, mouthwatering traditional Italian dishes, cooked to order using only the freshest, handpicked ingredients selected from the markets daily. Italian dining is all about family, so it is no surprise that our time honoured recipes have been passed down through the generations from the origins in Italy. The owners of At Fernandos come from a family of chefs and were the first to introduce Italian cuisine to Western Sydney many years ago. At Fernandos, based in Leichhardt in Sydney’s Inner West, first opened its doors in 2003 and has since become recognised as a leader in Italian cooking in this suburb and beyond. Expect your visit to At Fernandos to be relaxed, warm and friendly. Our professional staff are here to assist you in any way to ensure your experience is a positive one. At Fernandos is the perfect location for all occasions, from romantic dinners to group functions and parties. Our venue is ideally suited for a range of events, functions, parties and more. Set menus are available and we can help you design your event to ensure its success. For more details, please email or phone us and we’ll get back in contact with you within 24 hours. We would be honored to be your host for an evening and look forward to your visit.
Flying Fish Restaurant and Bar
Set over two levels at the very end of Pyrmont’s historic Jones Bay Wharf, Flying Fish Restaurant & Bar invites you to experience Sydney’s enchanting beauty from a fresh perspective. Boasting spectacular harbour views, a coveted Chef’s Hat and a rustic interior that celebrates the site’s industrial-maritime heritage, Flying Fish is headed up by Stephen Seckold, who delivers an innovative menu that flows with the seasons and constantly surprises the palate. Add to this an array of unique dining spaces, an award-winning wine list, a vibrant atmosphere and an expert team devoted to excellent service, and you have everything needed to achieve the ultimate Sydney dining experience.
El Camino Cantina
Roll up your sleeves and get ready to hit the bar for tacos, over 100 different varieties of tequila and mezcal, margaritas and more at El Camino Cantina Tex-Mex Restaurant. With enough neon signs to light up the Las Vegas strip, El Camino Cantina is unashamedly Tex-Mex (not Mexican) in every sense of the word: from the food to the drinks and from the music to the decor. El Camino Cantina is all about big flavours, bigger margaritas and legendary Tex-Mex. The venue fit out itself is like no other in Australia, this neon flooded venue features two restored 1957 Chevy trunks overflowing with complimentary hot chips and salsas, a massive bar and dining room, a dedicated 27 club lounge, and an electric Tex-Mex meets rock’n’roll vibe where the tequila and music flow ’til the early hours.
ARIA Restaurant is situated on the very edge of Sydney Harbour. It is co-owned and operated by Matt Moran and Peter Sullivan. ARIA provides a dining experience that encapsulates Sydney lifestyle, offering panoramic views of Sydney Harbour, the freshest Australian produce in an innovative and contemporary menu, an extensive award-winning wine list with seamless, friendly and highly efficient service. ARIA first opened its doors in 1999 and has continued to build upon its highly regarded reputation both locally and internationally. ARIA offers diners an exclusive and intimate environment that is complemented by ARIA's sweeping views of Sydney's famous Harbour Bridge, Opera House and the bustle of busy Circular Quay.
Sails on Lavender Bay Restaurant
Sails on Lavender Bay is perched on the shore of Sydney’s magnificent harbour with post card views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. It is the perfect venue for those wanting to experience the quintessential beauty of the city. Sails on Lavender Bay is accessible by either ferry, private boat or car. The menu is original and extensive - reflecting the seasons and freshness of the local produce. The new menu offers what owner Greg Anderson describes as “refined modern Australian”, with an emphasis on fresh seafood. The award winning wine list comprises of over 130 Australian and International wine varietals that have been sourced and compiled by our sommelier.
This exceptional contemporary Australian restaurant has been awarded three hats every year since 2004. est. not only maintained its status in 2011, Head chef Peter Doyle was also recognized with the exclusive SMH Good Food Guide Award for Professional Excellence. Add award winning service by hospitality legend Sam Di Stefano and a wine list personally selected by Paul Beaton, and you just know est. is going to be a dining experience not to be missed and long remembered.
Sepia Restaurant opened in May 2009 and is located at the prestigious Darling Park precinct at 201 Sussex Street, Sydney. Sepia is the creative collaboration between two of Sydney's highly regarded food identities - the renowned seafood wholesaler George Costi of De Costi Seafoods and award winning Sydney Chef Martin Benn. The contemporary menu at Sepia is unique utilising the best of seasonal produce and drawing inspiration from Japan. We offer a la carte and degustation menus Tuesday to Thursday dinner and Friday lunch. On Friday evenings, Saturday lunch and Saturday evenings we offer a completely different degustation menu that evolves each week. Sydney Morning Herald restaurant critic Terry Durack describes the cuisine as: "smoky, sweet, crunchy, creamy, soft, gentle, toasty, scented, clear, brothy, earthy, floral. The focus is on texture and contrast even more than taste - there's always a crunch, always a cream. It's like the love-child of Tetsuya Wakuda and Rene Redzepi of Noma; a Nordic kaiseki. Sepia's extensive wine list compiled by award winning Sommelier Rodney Setter offers more than twenty four wines by the glass and an eclectic selection of wines from around the globe.
Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel
Located on the waterfront of Woolloomooloo, this award winning hotel is set in one of the most picturesque areas of Sydney. Enjoying stunning views spanning Sydney Harbour, the Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf and Royal Botanic Gardens the Hotel is renowned for its enviable location. The Hotel offers a sophisticated yet laid back atmosphere and modern, accommodating décor, creating the perfect vibe for any event. Specializing in events such as corporate parties & seminars, engagements & weddings, christenings, birthday celebrations and sporting functions, the Hotel has built a reputation as one of Sydney's premier function venues. The Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel hosts sit down, cocktail and conference style events with flair and finesse. The functions and events team executes every event to an impeccably high standard, always seeking to exceed customer expectations.
Bentley Restaurant & Bar
Having opened in 2006 the restaurant is known for the contemporary food, award winning wine list and relaxed atmosphere. Drawing influence from Modern European cuisine, the menu offers patrons many drinking and dining options whether it be our signature and eight course tasting menu in the dining room or a casual glass of wine and some snacks in the bar. The Bentley is open from Tuesday to Saturday Lunch and Dinner with bookings recommended.
At the forefront of Modern Italian cuisine, Otto Ristorante reinvents the flavours of Italy in stylish new forms, accompanied by amazing service in a sensational harbourside location on Cowper Wharf, Woolloomooloo. Attracting local and international acclaim for its ambience and style, Otto is one of Sydney’s most popular and best-loved restaurants, providing guests with the unparalleled “Otto experience.” “It’s a little known fact, but Sydney isn’t always sunny, and those much-touted waterside restaurants can be mausoleums on the occasional wet and miserable night. Not so at Otto, which sparkles under the sun and gleams under clouds, with its not-too-noisy, relaxed, intimate style, good food, interesting wines, and superb service. Chef Richard Ptacnik’s menu is as good-looking as the fashion-concious regulars…” Simon Thomsen & Joanna Savill, Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2011
Red Lantern Restaurant
To raise a red lantern outside of the home is a symbol of honouring good company. Set within a converted terrace house, and surrounded by personal ornaments of the Nguyen family, Red Lantern on Crown brings an intimate level of dining. With a solid respect for service, and a mission to offer quality food, grown and made with love, you will feel like one of the family.
momofuku seiōbo is momofuku’s first restaurant outside of new york city. reservations for the main dining area can only be made in advance through our online system. we also have a 5-seat bar that serves a limited bar menu. bar seating is first come, first serve. in the main dining area, we serve a tasting menu that changes constantly. the menu is inspired by the bounty of australian ingredients and sydney’s diverse food culture. seiōbo is the japanese goddess of the west and her sign is the peach tree.
Opened in 1947 by Abe Saffron, the Roosevelt in Potts Point was the most successful and infamous club in Australia. It brought a touch of Hollywood to town, with wonderfully produced shows, the likes of which had not been seen in Sydney; Sammy Davis Jr, Ella Fitzgerald and Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, Frank Sinatra were flown in to perform. The club became the most important stop for Sydney’s elite, including politicians, high-ranking police and judges. Early photos show Australia’s high society in attendance; the men dressed in double-breasted suits and hats and the ladies in evening gowns and furs. It was all glitz and glamour. The Roosevelt employed many interesting characters, including doormen and bouncers who became underworld figures. Abe Saffron had an ingenious solution to the problem of the prohibition of the sale of alcohol after 6pm; have the Roosevelt patrons place an order before the deadline and serve them their drinks later. In addition to the booze available many a guest, male & female, came to the Roosevelt to quench their thirst for sex and gambling. In 1954, the royal commission into liquor trading conducted by the NSW Police Commisioner, declared the Roosevelt a ‘disorderly house’, guilty of various breaches in alcohol law. Saffron was forced to give up his licence and sell the Roosevelt (the venue was allowed to reopen once the new owners took over). Over the past six decades the Roosevelt has undergone multiple reincarnations & name changes, including a radio station and has been the home to various international restaurants.