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Top 12 Hangout Spots In Sydney

Top 12 Hangout Spots In Sydney

| On 11, Dec 2013

Curve Restaurant and Bar (Vibe Hotel Sidney)

If you are on a casual date or relaxing with a couple of friends, then you need the soothing lights, beautiful background score and the great modern delicaciesprovided by the Curve. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you want to hit the curve for a nice social experience.

Cuisine  – Modern Australian

Location – Ground floor of Vibe Hotel, Goulburn Street.

Mr. Cooper’s Wine Bar

With great dine comes great wine. Mr. Cooper is a nice place to hold conversation over a glass of wine while enjoying a feast of amazing food. A great place for alone time as well, the décor is elegant and the ambiance is welcoming. Don’t miss the Saturday morning breakfast.

Cuisine – Wine Bar

Location –438 Oxford street, Paddington

Café Shenkin

If you are walking around Erskineville and the air is filled with the essence of rich middle eastern Israeli flavour then you are not far from Café Shenkin. Don’t be surprised if you have to wait out your turn to experience the awesome ambiance and food especially during the weekends.

Location – Erskineville

Cuisine – Middle Eastern and Modern Australian

Café Kasturi

Café Kasturi serves a range of Southeast Asian  dishes for lunch and dinner throughout the weekdays. Top chefs from Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand churn out the true taste of Asia for your pleasure. The meat is certified Halal. So if you are around Sydney CBD and starving for a nice Asian meal you are not far from this paradise.

Location – Sydney CBD

Cuisine – Malaysian Halal Cuisine

Simmer Cafe

Imagine, a relaxed laid back summer morning, Sydney Harbour bridge and Opera house at a distance, the world is passing by, and you are sipping a chilled ice tea and enjoying a tasty breakfast. This imagination can come true if you are in the Simmer cafe. The authentic spread of Modern Australian cuisine with fresh seasoning will make you feel immersed.

Location – Walsh Bay

Cuisine – Modern Australian, Brasserie

Ecabar cafe and wine bar

Lenny, the owner and head chef of Eca bar believes in experimenting with flavours and creating fusion dishes which exudes a great aroma and feisty taste. The ambiance is apt for a nice get together with friends, catch up, laugh and enjoy the Australian cafe style fusion dishes with a hint of Asian and Mediterranean style.

Location – Darlinghurst, near Kings Cross train station

Cuisine – Modern Australian, Cafe and Deli

Bar Reggio

If you love Italian food, there is no place like Bar Reggio. Italian born staff will make sure you have the most authentic experience with amazing mouth wateringItalian and Modern Australian dishes. The ambiance of the place hadn’t changed a lot for the past 20 years. It still has the nice dim lights, rusting wall decoration, old Italian hand paintings and the homely atmosphere.

Location – Darlinghurst, short walk from William street.

Cuisine – Italian, Modern Australian

Marigold Chinese Restaurant

A two storey restaurant that can accommodate 600 customers and complimentary free parking, it’s like a little China in Sydney. If you want to enjoy yum cha with 100 varieties of tasty dumplings or the huge spread of meat and seafood delicacies with authentic Cantonese flavours and sauces, Marigold restaurant is the right place to be.

Location – Hay market

Cuisine – Chinese

Berta Restaurant and Bar

An open kitchen that spreads the love of Europe around the little restaurant with wooden flooring and marble top table, Berta Restaurant is a treasure guarded by huge concrete buildings of Sydney. Flooded with corporate clients, the restaurant provides a huge list of wines and small and medium portions of amazing European and Italian delicacies.

Location – Surry Hills, just off Goulburn street.

Cuisine – European, Italian

Table for 20

Table for 20 is a unique concept by Michael Fantuz, inspired by weekly dinner parties with friends and his rich Italian heritage. The restaurant serves three course dinner from Wednesday thru Saturday at a large communal table, with amazing live music and wine. With great Italian food it also provides a great chance to meet, mix and mingle with other people and celebrate life.

Location – Surry Hills

Cuisine – Italian

Le Pelican Bistro

You guessed it right. It’s French. It’s passionate, beautiful and artistic to the core. It will make you fall in love with its rich cultural nuances, passionately presented food that you will admire before eating, and the food itself will teach your soul the French ways of the Basque region.

Location – Surry Hills, close to Taylor Square

Cuisine – French

Miga Restaurant

Serving only dinner, Miga is an authentic Korean restaurant and proud to be Australia’s first degustation restaurant. The beautiful ambience with seven dining rooms Miga offers a range of teasing Korean dishes like BBQ duck, chicken, pork, Angus and Waygu beef. It is a nice place for that special family occasion or quiet celebration.

Location – Hay Market, Top end of Dixon Street

Cuisine – Korean

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