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Place to Eat in Sydney

As a multicultural country, Australia is home for various delicacies worldwide. From pocket cafes to internationally renowned Chefs, Sydney Restaurants are as diverse as they are numerous. You can easily spot Italian restaurant, Japanese and Asian cuisine, Portuguese grill chicken, and even the mouth-watering fast-food. And best of all Sydney does not disappoint! Feast season = festive food.

1. Porteno [Recommended]

Address: 358 Cleveland Street
Surry Hills NSW 2010
Price range: $15 - $50

Porteno is a heaven for steak lover in Sydney. For many Ozzy, the fire-licked pork and lamb offerings from the asado pit draws mouth-watering attraction and unique experience on its own. In addition, charry and juicy nirvana of buttery wagyu grilled over charcoal is not something to be missed by many Porteno faithful.
Try also the Argentina’s Brussels sprouts with lentils or that homey white polenta with its walnut crunch and creamy Gorgonzola kick on the side dish menu.
While you're seldom left with much room for dessert, the prospect of caramelized custard with peach and blueberries, or tequila granita with tapioca pearls, slivers of young coconut and cubes of coconut-water jelly brought together with coconut cream may be enough to convince your stomach otherwise.

2. Max Brenner

Address: 273 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
Price range: $10 - $50

Max Brenner is a specialist in chocolate menu located in the inner city suburb of Paddington. Notable for its beverage and dessert menus, Max Brenner is always present chocolate as the hero in the dish in the most creative ways you could never imagine.
A fountain of chocolate fondue at the entrance, jars filled with chocolate treats lined on the dark mahogany cabinets, pots filled with milk and white chocolate were churning away, it does feel like “Willy Wonka” had been brought to life.
Maybe a mountain of Banana split sundae with caramelized nuts and melted chocolate to indulge your sweet tooth? Or maybe a box of pralines to celebrate your love story?
If you still don’t have “sweet” plan for Valentine’s Day, this place could be a perfect for your gateway with someone special because of its endless sweetness.

3. Holy Basil [Recommended]

Address: Shark Hotel 127 Liverpool Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
Price range: $ 12 - $ 60

Craving for some spicy savory food in the CBD? You wouldn't miss Holy Basil. Located inside Shark Hotel, indulge yourself with few drinks in the bar and maybe play pool while waiting for the appetizer to come. Friendly atmosphere welcomes everyone to drop by to have a bite of the famous Asian Curry Puff – not recommended for ones with weak heart for its spiciness. Be alarm for the goodness of melting Holy Basil friend ice-cream. Once you have it, you cannot stop eating!

4. Opera bar and grill

Address: Lower Concourse Level
Sydney Opera House
Sydney, NSW 2000
Price range: $15 - $60

Set amongst the hustle and bustle of the most iconic landmarks, Opera House, this bar is full of vibrant energy of a market place coupled with the sophistication of a first-class hospitality venue. A visit to Opera bar promises a Sydney experience that will stay with you for a lifetime. Choose from the Charcuterie, Raw Bar, Café or traditional Opera bar menu. Enjoy al fresco drinks at the water’s edge and dine on seasonally sourced local produce whilst taking in the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the panoramic harbour views.

5. Pancake on the Rock [Recommended]

Address: Upper level Overseas Passenger Terminal
The Rock, NSW 2000
Price range: $10 - $50

Who doesn't know Pancake? Want to taste the best pancake in Australia? The popularity of Pancake on the Rock goes back to the 50s when some in intrepid Australians went across America to notice the popularity of the food in American restaurants. To bring the love of pancake to Australia, the first Pancake restaurant was opened in Adelaide and as the company grows, the branches are all across Australia inhabitant. A whole new range of salads, crepes, pancakes and the famous beef and pork ribs are now in the menu and proved very popular for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert.


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