Degustation Restaurants Sydney
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Sydney has some of the best Degustation 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 Degustation Restaurants in Sydney.
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.
Light Brigade Hotel
The Light Brigade Hotel is an iconic Art Deco Paddington Woollahra Pub, located on the corner of Oxford Street and Jersey Road. Long regarded as an Eastern Suburbs Institution, the Light Brigade Hotel is a great place to catch up with friends for a drink or a bite to eat. Located near the Sydney Football Stadium & Sydney Cricket Ground, Randwick Racecourse and Centennial Park, the Light Brigade Hotel is also a great place to enjoy a pre and post game drink or meal or to watch sport live in full HD on the World’s Largest Plasma (our 103 inch plasma TV Screen). The Light Brigade Hotel also features a gold standard TAB, the only one of its kind in Paddington and Woollahra.
The Terrace On Pittwater Restaurant
The 'Terrace on Pittwater' modern Australian dining restaurant is ideally located on the shores of picturesque Pittwater, Sydney with breathtaking water views to Bayview & Ku-Ring-Gai National Park, and is the ideal spot for eating out. It is conveniently located just 45mins from CBD in the heart of the Northern Beaches in Sydney. The restaurants location has operated for over 70 years on the upper level of Sydney's famous Newport Arms Hotel, home to Australia's largest waterfront beergarden, which itself has been a restaurants, dining & hotel landmark for locals and travelers since 1880. The waterfront restaurant itself offers diners exquisite contemporary and modern Australian cuisine served by a dedicated kitchen and floor team that pride themselves on delivering modern food, great service, great wines from Northern Beaches largest wine selection (+200) and an overall thoroughly enjoyable restaurant dining experience. The restaurant was awarded winner of 2 awards for "Restaurant of the Year - Best Pub, Tavern, Club" at the 2008 Restaurant and Catering Awards in NSW and in Australia.
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.
The Riverview Hotel
Established in 1880, The Riverview Hotel is truly one of Sydney’s classic pubs. Tucked in the tree-lined back streets of Balmain, this local watering hole has become an institution for locals of the inner west and visitors alike. The Riverview is consistently rated as one of the best pub dining rooms in Sydney.
glass brasserie is the definitive Sydney dining experience by celebrity restaurateur Luke Mangan, with interiors by esteemed New York designer Tony Chi. The 240-seat restaurant provides guests and Sydneysiders with an unprecedented dining experience in the heart of the city, offering simplicity, quality and consistency in all aspects of food, wine and service. The restaurant features a 13 metre floor to ceiling glass wall which frames a captivating view of the historic Queen Victoria Building.
The Langham Hotel Sydney
Offers the following facilities including Restaurant, Bar, Function, Wedding, Hotel and Accommodation located in Sydney Cbd, New South Wales. Serving stunning French and International cuisine.
The Langham Hotel Sydney has the following features: Accommodation, Bar, Degustation, Family Friendly, Function Venue, Hotel, Private Dining Room, Romantic, Vegan Friendly, Wedding.
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.
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.
Lucio’s Italian Restaurant was established in Paddington in 1983 and enjoys a remarkable reputation for exceptional Italian food and magnificent Australian Art. “Food and art for me is like the air that I breathe,” says Lucio Galletto OAM. “The combination of great food, great service and great art on the walls is, in my view, one of the best dining experiences you can imagine.” Lucio’s is open five days a week, Tuesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner with a focus on Northern Italian cuisine, fresh pasta and modern touches to classic dishes.
Grappa Ristorante E Bar
Every city needs a Grappa, established since 1999... Our friendly restaurant is great for large groups and families to have long, late lunches in a spacious room, an intimate dinner, a glass of wine at the bar from our extensive wine list or a grappa and coffee on the way home. We pride our self on using fresh local ingredients as well as the best of Italy, including Prosciutto San Daniele, cheese, Wine, buffalo mozzarella and burrata flown in weekly. We specialize in seafood and meats sourcing beautiful produce from all over Australia including Cape Grim Beef from Tasmania, Western Australian scampi, local long line snapper for our signature dish baked in a rock salt crust, freshly shucked Sydney Rock oysters from Pambula and Port Stephens.