Best Restaurants In Different Styles

With Sydney having lots of immigrants around, most cuisines worldwide are available in the city. From Asian, Arabic to Mediterranean cuisine, anything you crave for is here.

Australians are best known in serving extravagant breakfast. You’ll notice long queues in breakfast clubs and cafes every morning. Smashed avo is their specialty made from avocados topped in a toast with oter stuff to make it more special to start the day. For lunch or dinner, here are some restaurants to book now as they’re nominated as best restaurants according to Time Out.

Saint Peter

Heaven for all the seafood lovers! This restaurant serves only creatures found in the sea. As per their menu, they serve smoked eel on pike lets and uni put in crumpets for brunch. Imagine the best fish and chips in town, octopus legs, roasted cod, sweet paste made from artichokes, groper curry in lemon zest to name a few of their specialties. Chef Josh Nilland made everything look modest. With the help of some interior design companies, they were able to create a minimalist look for the entire place. They only used stone walls in ferns to decorate the dining room.

Hubert

A French restaurant located in downtown Sydney best known for its classic dine and wine French experience. It is a mixture of old Parisian chic and post-war era dining interior designed with wine walls and mostly wooden furniture for a classier look. Starters are definitely baguette, bread and butter. There’s caviar of course. Typical French menu with everything matched with French wines. Do not forget dessert and try their “for adults only” version of fruit jelly champagne with dried raspberry and vanilla creme. Hubert only serves lunch during Thursday and Friday between 12:00pm – 3:00pm while dinner is from Monday to Saturday open from 4:00pm – 1:00am.

A1 canteen

It is an all-day eatery by one of the Australia’s greatest Chef Clayton Wells. During the day A1 canteen serves like a typical cafe with selection of sandwiches and pastries for takeaways. Fried eggplant, romesco provolone sandwich is their best seller. For dinner, the place will turn into a stylish restaurant bar with a different menu changing from time to time.This restaurant with high ceiling was filled with stainless steel works from their kitchen furniture to the entire restaurant interiors.

Paperbird

It is a modern Asian restaurant serving Korean, Chinese and Japanese fusion. You must be ordering lots of extra rice to enjoy your seasoned beef, pork or seafoods and different vegetables sautéed in asian mixes. Soft cheesecake and koreanbingsu are there to perfectly end your meals. Aside from the fact of being one of the best restaurants in Sydney, Paperbird was shortlisted for the New South Wales Architecture award. Their modern and industrial look is undoubtedly one of restaurant fitouts Sydney masterpiece. The restaurant’s over all look is equally nice as the food they serve.

MomofukuSeiobo

The head chef Mr. Paul Carmichael executed everything he wrote in his thesis during his teenage years to this restaurant. It focuses on Carribean food with reggae music while dining for a more Carribean feels. This restaurant has a complete modern day interiors. Everything is made from glass, from its flooring up to the ceiling with borders of steel bars.

Lots of interesting things can be seen in this restaurant. Each customer will be given their own pestle to grind mixture of plantains, garlic and chicharrones to make their own thick paste. Some dishes are placed in mortars. The waiters serve live marron in a pot for a different dining experience. You will surely get messy after digging in to their dishes but nothing to worry as wet towel will be provided afterwards.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *