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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Sydney has some of the best 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 venues in Sydney via location, cuisine or features.
Conveniently located on Glebe Point Road - one of Sydney's great 'Eat Streets' - Darbar Indian Restaurant offers diners Indian cuisine and service that has earned it a great reputation amongst the Glebe dining community. Much attention is paid to the small details. Service is friendly yet professional, dishes are prepared and plated with care and attention. Our premises is kept clean and inviting. We believe these small things make a difference and we invite you to experience this for yourself. Owner Vinay Krishna has over 10 years experience in the hospitality business, having started work in high class restaurants in India and worked his way up to more senior positions. His food philosophy is simple - select ingredients based on their quality and freshness, don't take shortcuts and provide inviting, inspiring dishes instead of the standard Indian fare you'll find in most Indian eateries. Our unique venue is warm and romantic and can host groups both big and small. Downstairs, Darbar has a private function room for groups as large as 100 guests. Great for events like Bollywood themed parties, celebrations, birthdays and more. Make as much noise as you like as the room is soundproof! You won't disturb our regular diners upstairs. There is ample free street parking on surrounding streets.
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.
The Orient Hotel has been a landmark in the historic Rocks district of Sydney since 1844, and we've been a favourite watering hole for generations of Sydneysiders. Our street level Public Bar is a relaxed gathering place by day with great Aussie bar food, icy-cold beer and friendly staff. Walk through to the sandstone courtyard and find the perfect spot to take time out with a cool drink. By night, the Orient parties with live bands in the Public Bar every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Our stylish Restaurant on the first floor of the hotel is the choice of locals for a business lunch or relaxed dinner date, with a menu of modern Australian dishes and international favourites. For great bar food order in the ground floor bar or on the first floor in our Atrium with classic pub food in a relaxed setting. On the top floor of the Orient you'll find our newly refurbished Orion Nightclub, where top DJs play hot party music every Saturday night, 10pm til 3am. The room is also available for private functions. Visit our tree-shaded sandstone courtyard which backs onto historic Kendall Lane, with plenty of seating for a relaxed lunch, cool afternoon drink or after-work party. With four function areas and a package to suit any event, the Orient is the perfect place for your next party.
Hero Of Waterloo The
Welcome to the Hero of Waterloo Hotel. Since colonial time our doors have always been open providing over 160 years of good cheer to the locals and visitors of Sydney Australia. Live music, award winning food, ghost tours and a heritage landmark classification it is a must when visiting The Rocks, the birthplace of the nation, to include a visit and soak up the atmosphere at this convict-built hotel. With the bar and restaurant always busy you may encounter an old friend or two and if you are lucky the ghost of Anne Kirkman may welcome you. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Sydney waterfront dining at its best. Seafood & Beef Restaurant & bar with views from the Woolloomooloo Wharf of stunning Sydney Harbour & city. Down on Woolloomooloo wharf you would be excused for thinking you're somewhere on the Mediterranean. Manta's head chef Daniel Hughes talks about his Italian heritage and how it influences the seafood on the menu.
Club Willoughby is located in the heart of Sydney's North Shore. Boasting an intimate Club Lounge with TAB, Keno, 3 Snooker Tables, a modern restaurant with alfresco facilities, four function rooms and the latest in entertainment, Club Willoughby has something for everyone.
The Willoughby Hotel has been an iconic North Shore venue for over a century. Since its establishment in 1899, the hotels diversity, coupled with it's quaint charm, preserved throughout the last 110 years of operation, has kept locals returning to their favourite watering hole for years.
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.
Albert Palais Function Centre
If you are looking for wedding venues, reception venues, function centre in Sydney, you are in the right place! Albert Palais was Built in 1934 and for many decades the Albert Palais operated as a Dance Hall with its unique large sprung dance floor,where it was a dominate place for social gatherings. It was packed week in week out as the Dance Craze swept the world .However during the last 25 years it has been transformed into a Wedding Reception Venue providing many couples memories of their special wedding day!
Settlement on Quay
Located in the amazing Circular Quay, Settlement on Quay provides visitors with a fantastic location, a great view and an electrifying atmosphere. Settlement on Quay is situated at the base of the historical AMP building and features a modern stylish design that gives patrons time to sit and enjoy the ambiance.
Almond Bar & Restaurant
Almond Bar is a restaurant that aims to serve authentic Middle Eastern mezza, delicious cocktails and wonderful wines in a very friendly and comfortable environment. It all started with a dream that owner Carol Salloum had of bringing her mother and sister's love of food and her love of people together. Carol and her sister Sharon grew up in a traditional Syrian culture where hospitality was your life. It started the moment an unexpected guest entered their home. No matter what the financial situation of their parents, they taught their children to be hospitable and always welcoming to those that came to your door. The Salloum household regularly had a container filled with mixed nuts for the visitors that would drop in for a coffee or drink. Each of the four siblings would secretly open the container and eat the almonds until there were none left. All seemed to get away with it since no one owned up.