It's not just personal injury claims and compensation lawyers in Sydney, With more than 19,000 restaurants, Sydney provides a huge number of wining and dining choices to locals and tourists alike. It can be hard to figure out which of these restaurants you should go to. So, we’ve listed some of the very best restaurants for your convenience.
Quay is considered to be one of the best places for fine dining in Sydney, appearing many times in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Quay offers traditional Australian cuisine prepared under the supervision of the famous chef, Peter Gilmore. Snow Egg and Eight-Textured Chocolate Cake are two trademark dishes that you simply have to try at Quay.
Tetsuya’s is another restaurant that we would highly recommend. Tetsuya’s has won many awards including Restaurant of the Year many times. The world-famous chef, Tetsuya Wakuda, owns and runs the restaurant supervising cuisines that have Japanese, Australian, and French influences.
The Contif of Tasmanian Ocean Trout is Tetsuya’s trademark dish, the world’s most frequently photographed food. Tetsuya’s is located in the middle of Sydney, so you’ll be able to enjoy the city’s vibrant street life while you dine on luscious dishes prepared with the greatest of skill.
Josh Niland opened Saint Peter in 2016 and it quickly became one of the leading seafood eateries in Sydney. Saint Peter’s uses only Australian seafood in the preparation of its dishes, and everyday’s menu is created based on the catch of the day.
Yellow is a completely vegetarian restaurant where chef Brent Savage serves dishes prepared from local Australian gardens. The menu changes with the seasons, depending on which ingredients are available. Cucumber-Avocado-Orange Kosho is one of Yellow’s delicious specialties that has been praised by many food critics.
The wine list is made by famed sommelier Nick Hildebrandt and favors natural, organic and rare wines. The dining setting is informal and the prices are very affordable too. Yellow is a great dining option that we highly recommend.
Firedoor is the only restaurant in Sydney that doesn’t use electricity or gas in its kitchen – every dish is prepared on wood-fueled fire. Firedoor was rated the number one restaurant for steak in 2020. Renowned Chef Linnox Hastie supervises the fire-only menu.
Firedoor has an open kitchen so you can watch while your food is grilled and broiled on open flame. 190-day dry aged beef is one of Firedoor’s trademark dishes that we highly recommend to meat-lovers.