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Sydney’s Top Bar and Restaurants

[ 0 ] December 13, 2013 |

Sydney from Rose Bay

As the state capital of New South Wales and Australia’s most populous city, Sydney is a popular destination amongst travellers. The site of the first British colony in the country, Sydney is surrounded by numerous national parks and various bays, rivers, inlets and beaches, giving you a wide variety of activities for the day time. Once the evening arrives though, Sydney becomes a hot spot for enjoying some of the best restaurants and bars in the world!


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Bulletin Place

When you first step into this bar, you will notice that it is not very big, with lots of fruit drinks on the menu giving you an odd first impression. However, spend a little time here and you will realise the quirky nature of this wonderful bar. The menus generally change from day to day, with only a certain number of the drinks made, never to be created again. Even with the lack of decor and its small size, Bulletin Place is the producer of some of the finest cocktails in the city. With the bartenders having collectively over 100 years of experience in making some of the tastiest cocktails, you will never leave the bar feeling disappointed.

Catalina Rose Bay

If you are a lover of seafood, then you should head straight over to Catalina Rose Bay. Situated on the edge of the water by Rose Bay, the dining room in the restaurant offers you some glorious, unobstructed views of the harbour while also serving up some delicious food. The kitchen stays open from around midday until midnight, and you can catch glimpses of sea planes taking off and landing on the waters of the bay.

The Baxter Inn Whiskey Bar, Sydney

Baxter Inn

The opening of this bar was one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the city after its sister bar Shady Pines Saloon became such a popular drinking spot. The recipe here is simple; friendly staff plus tasty drinks make for a pleasant evening for everyone. The decor is low key and cosy, with thick carpets lining the floors, candles lighting the basement room and soft jazz playing over the speakers. The capacity of the bar is around 140 meaning that the murmur of talking adds to the atmosphere when it begins to fill up in the evenings.

L’etoile Restaurant and Bar

Located in a beautiful and charming Victorian terrace in the area of Paddington, L’etoile offers some delicious modern French bistro classics such as Joue de Boeuf. The restaurant is masterminded by the celebrity chef Manu Feildel and he oversees all of the ingredients that are used in the dishes, ensuring its quality and freshness. As you might expect with a French restaurants, there is an extensive wine list and the cocktails are also of a good standard.

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