Must Visit Places in Sydney for Foodie Travelers

Posted on May 16 2019 - 3:46pm by Nina Simons

Avid travelers know that there is nothing better than waking up in an unusual new place and enjoying the best tiny adventures that completely push you out of your comfort zone. One of the destinations that many have on their ultimate bucket list is one of the most beautiful cities in Australia, Sydney. As a matter of fact, Sydney is considered to be one of the most loved cities in the whole world and it is not difficult to see why. With its renowned attractions such as Harbour Bridge and Opera House dominating books, billboards, and the media, it is a must-visit for anyone wishing to experience life at its fullest. However, one of the greatest joys of traveling to a new place is getting a taste of the delicious cuisine of new land, and in this case, Australian food takes the medal. Most importantly, Sydney is considered the top destination for foodies worldwide. A word of caution: Hopefully, you are not reading this article on an empty stomach; its contents will leave you absolutely starving! Here are some of the must-visit places in Sydney for the foodie traveler.

1. Seafood haven

“The Quay” is the official name of Sydney’s main ferry terminus, and it is located in the very centre of Sydney Cove. Its main purpose is connecting tourists to the city’s main attractions-Sydney Harbour, the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the Rocks. Also, this area in Sydney is one of the oldest and most attractive ones. The iconic restaurant on Sydney Harbour called the Quay is where many tourists enjoy spending their free time. Even though it was closed for renovations, it reopened in 2018 with a brand-new menu and fabulously designed dining room. One of the new gastronomic challenges which the restaurant undertook is the so-called “oyster intervention.” The oyster intervention concerns creating the perfect texture by combining a silky oyster cream with a sort of crackling from the frill. The dish is topped with a serving of caviar and presented on a beautiful and authentic ceramic oyster shell. Also, locals recommend trying out the delicious dessert called White Coral; without revealing too much, it is safe to say that it features white chocolate ganache at its finest.

2. Exotic dishes

The giveaway sign of a truly phenomenal dish is when you reminisce about it months later! In fact, this is how a lot of tourists feel after visiting the Momofuku Seiobo at The Star. The restaurant is a truly unique addition to Sydney, and it can all be traced back to the 14-course menu inspired by the spirit of the Caribbean. When visiting, start off the feast with scrumptious slices of tender abalone directly from Batemans Bay paired with the freshest Jamaican bread. One of the specialties of the house is the plantain tarts which are skillfully presented with the use of snail meat. However, if snails are not your preference, then why not try out the cured rice with crab? If you are only interested in mouth-watering desserts, then the restaurant recommends the roast coconut ice cream with cocoa nibs and a cashew crumb. If this does not make your mouth water, then nothing will!

3.  Food paired with entertainment

Looking to have a memorable night with your friends or a place to party and enjoy delicious food? If so, then definitely check out Diggers Miranda RSL. Located in southern Sydney, it is truly a must-visit for anyone who likes a bit of entertainment when dining out. Also, there is the option of becoming a member of the Miranda RSL Club, which grants benefits such as discounted food and drinks, and a great chance to win amazing prizes (among other benefits). The Bistro is open every day of the week, and it features a wide array of delicious dishes, such as Chilli angel hair with king prawns and Peri Peri marinated chicken breast burgers. If you have a hard time choosing from the lengthy menu, then consider picking something from the weekly specials.

4. Something for the French cuisine fans

Are you interested in tasting some of the most decadent French specialties available in Sydney? Do not fret, because Restaurant Hubert in downtown Sydney has got you covered. According to guests, the French restaurant has a true sense of theatre as soon as you step foot in it. The restaurant is truly one of a kind since there are a stage and a theatre located in the dining area. At night, talks and events are hosted whilst the guests enjoy their delicious meals paired with the finest wines available. In addition, even though Hubert is a walk in the venue, it is possible to make reservations. When it comes to recommendations, a lot of guests rave about the Escargot and Boudin Noir, so take it into consideration next time you visit.

All in all, there are many great hot spots for foodie lovers in the beautiful city of Sydney. However, if you are looking for the absolute best Sydney has to offer, visit some of the mentioned places, you will not be disappointed.

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