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Zilver

Zilver

Zilver is Sydney’s premier authentic Cantonese restaurant and catering venue, in the heart of the city centre. Henry Tang founded Zilver Group in 2005 out of passion for Shanghai-inspired flavours and a vision for a contemporary style of chinese restaurant. Zilver offers all manner of dining options- from Yum Cha to banquet, and even convenient take away. The shared seafood banquet will take your tastebuds on a journey through all the unique, fresh flavours of Shanghai and Chiu Chow. More casual diners will find the Yum Cha experience just as expansive, with over 120 fried and steamed morsels plated up.…
Marigold Restaurant

Marigold Restaurant

The management of Marigold Restaurant has been delighting Sydney with Cantonese cuisine for over 30 years. Beginning in 1982 with “old Marigold”, the first Hong Kong style Chinese restaurant in Sydney, at 299 Sussex Street and then in 1986 Regal Restaurant at the corner of Sussex and Liverpool Streets which was famous for its lavish banquets, Marigold Restaurant at George Street is the third restaurant in the group. This popular restaurant brings you the diversity, refinement and richness of the best of Cantonese cuisine through yum cha, a la carte dishes and banquets.
Babylon Rooftop

Babylon Rooftop

Located on a green entrenched rooftop in Sydney is Babylon, a sprawling restaurant and bar reminiscent of the ancient region of Levant. You have embarked on a journey through the Middle East the moment you walk through Babylon’s doors. The venue has been built upon the greatest expression of Middle Eastern hospitality, food. Their kitchen boasts an authentic team who have created a menu rich with dishes inspired by childhood memories growing up in Turkey and traditional Levantine food. This menu which is designed to share lends itself to family and friends. They hope Babylon is a place where you…
Banchō

Banchō

Banchō is Sydney Chinatown's only cocktail and whisky focused small bar. Opened in 2018 in Thomas Lane, Banchō offers creative house cocktails featuring fresh produce and the bounty of Asian ingredients around, including inspiration from Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese and Korean ingredients. Their whisky collection features Japanese, Scotch, American, Australian and Taiwanese whiskies, including rare and independent bottlings. And you can snack on delicious bar food and more as you enjoy cocktails and whisky in their small bar space.
Firedoor

Firedoor

Nestled in the back streets of Surry Hills in a heritage building, Firedoor has become renowned for its custom-made charcoal ovens, grills and hearths, which sit in an open kitchen both warming and entertaining diners as they feast on a smoky-flavoured menu. Everything is cooked by fire – from the now-famous 184-day dry-aged steak to the brussels sprouts and Caesar salads – with the kitchen using different types of wood to give the food its unique taste, from apple, cherry and chestnut to pieces salvaged from aged wine barrels. The creative force behind the spectacle is owner/head chef Lennox Hastie,…
1909 Dining Precinct

1909 Dining Precinct

Sydney’s renowned retail hub, Market City, has unveiled a stunning transformation of its food offering with the launch of its 1909 Dining Precinct on level three. It features a stellar line-up of eight deluxe Asian eateries and it is open for lunch and dinner, 10am until late, seven days a week.
The Eight Modern Chinese Restaurant

The Eight Modern Chinese Restaurant

Located in Haymarket in Sydney’s CBD, The Eight specialises in modern fusion and traditional Chinese cuisine with a focus on live seafood. A team of highly trained chefs has created an enticing menu with over 80 selections. The Eight is known for its excellent yum cha, and with a capacity of 750 people, the bustling experience is just as fascinating as the food. Get in early to score a table and the best picks off the food cart.
Pellegrino 2000

Pellegrino 2000

A neighbourhood trattoria in Surry Hills run by acclaimed chefs Daniel Pepperell and Michael Clift in the kitchen, and wine gun Andy Tyson looking after all things booze and service. Officially, Pellegrino is an Italian restaurant, but the kitchen uses plenty of ingredients that would shock a Tuscan. Shelves of tomato tins and display pasta channel a more traditional trattoria, and modernist Italian prints are striking on the stucco feature wall. A streetside bar is made for negronis before dinner, while a basement wine-cave can be booked for couples and groups keen on low-lighting and old shiraz. Think rigatoni alla…
NOMAD Sydney

NOMAD Sydney

Some of the world’s finest produce and best wine is found here in Australia. They source the best produce from local growers who share that same belief. Their food is inspired by their travels through Spain, Morocco and the Middle East and cooked with fire and smoke. Their wine list focuses on small growers making great wine sustainably sourced from the world over. They look forward to you joining in their dining room.
Dae Jang Kum

Dae Jang Kum

Dae Jang Kum offers its customers an impressive choice of meat, seafood and vegetables. The variations range from small dishes to high quality wagyu beef. They not only do Korean BBQ, but many various Korean meals, such as kimchi, marinated beef ribs, bulgogi, bibimbab, ginseng chicken soup and now boast over 150 menu options! The decor of the restaurant is traditional Korean style to bring the real heritage of Korean atmosphere into Sydney. The well-trained staff are ready 7 days of the week 11am til late.
Goros

Goros

A late night, izakaya-style bar and restaurant, serving Japanese style food and drink, with karaoke rooms, arcade games and DJs on the weekends. The menu features east-meets-west style burgers, such as Teryaki beef burger, or a crispy chicken burger with kewpie mayo, as well as a range of yakitori (Japanese charcoal skewers), gyoza and and the classic karaage chicken. The drinks menu specialises in sake and Japanese whisky, but a range of beers, wine and Japanese-inspired cocktails are also available. This Surry Hills joint is close to central station and outside the lockout zone, open until 3am on the weekends.
Golden Century Seafood Restaurant

Golden Century Seafood Restaurant

Golden Century is a Sydney icon. This huge Cantonese restaurant in the heart of Chinatown has been serving barbecue pork, pippis in XO sauce, salt and pepper squid, and roast duck to hungry Sydneysiders for 30 years. It’s famous for its seafood and huge glass tanks of live lobsters, fish and crabs line the walls. There’s an extensive dim sum menu available for lunch, with dumplings, buns, spring rolls and wontons. The restaurant is open until 4am, making it a favourite with late night revellers and international musicians (like Rihanna and Lady Gaga) looking for a meal after their show.
Aurora Rooftop Hotel

Aurora Rooftop Hotel

They are a three level establishment which provides food, drinks and gaming facilities. Each level is different and provides something for everyone. Their beautiful Rooftop Bar is perfect for functions or just coming in with friends to enjoy a few drinks. Their Balcony Bar level has a tasty bistro and is suitable for families. The bottom level is a good mix of sports bar and gaming. They are a stone-throw walk from central station so they are easy to get to and easy to get home from.
Shortstop Coffee and Donuts Darling Square

Shortstop Coffee and Donuts Darling Square

Coffee and donuts. The all-time perfect combination. Simple, delicious and made fresh for you. The donuts are made fresh on-site throughout the day, using high-quality, natural ingredients. Their coffee is sourced from the best specialty roasters and paired with delicious organic milk. Drop in, feed your soul and walk out with a smile on your face. Recommended is the Maple Walnut & Brown Butter Raised – a light and fluffy yeast-raised ring of dough, dipped in a brown butter glaze and topped with maple-roasted walnuts, paired with a delicious batch-brewed filter coffee. Shortstop Coffee and Donuts love their creations, and…
Sydney Brewery

Sydney Brewery

From the heart of Surry Hills, the Sydney Brewery is dedicated to creating the best craft beers in Australia. Brewed lovingly by hand in small batches, each variant is designed to epitomise the local style, personality and people of the suburbs that make this city great. With beers from Paddo Pale, Surry Hills Pils, Glamarama Summer Ale, Newtown Bitter, Darlo Dark and Potts Point Porter to the aptly named Sydney Cider, Sydney Brewery certainly epitomises local brewing and has a flavour profile to suit all palates.
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