Sydney Food & Drink

Where to eat and drink in Sydney.
winery surry hills review

SYDNEY | With a name like The Winery, this Surry Hills bar makes its primary focus known from the outset. It’s a multi faceted space, with fairy lights dotting the garden-like which leads to the main room, a brick and wood affair that evokes visions of a ski lodge, relaxation,

palmer & co. sydney review

SYDNEY | Taking its name from the taxidermy business that used to be housed in this site, Merrivale speakeasy Palmer & Co. spares no costs when it comes to creating the prohibition-era 1920s atmosphere it’s going for. It’s all exposed bricks, wood, iron and tile here, with soft yellow old fashioned lighting to

bach eatery newtown review

SYDNEY | The Bach Eatery Newtown is a venue we visited after struggling to find a place that would take bookings for our large group in Newtown. It might have not been the first choice on our list, but after eating here, everyone in the group was very glad that

top 10 best craft beer pubs bars sydney

SYDNEY | Sydney’s craft beer scene has exploded in recent years, and today there are many venues that can lay claim to being amongst the best craft beer pubs in Sydney. Up until a few years ago, it would be mostly beers from Victoria and Western Australia that you’d see

rockpool bar & grill sydney review

SYDNEY | Rockpool Bar & Grill is a Sydney institution. Yes it’s been around since 2009 but when it comes to what matters, it’s still at the top of its game. The art deco interior which dates back to 1936 and was updated by Bates Smart still impresses when you

blacksmith surry hills review

SYDNEY | Blacksmith is one of the best cafes in Mona Vale, and when it was announced that the owners Young Jin Cho and Nami Park were going to be opening a second Blacksmith in Surry Hills, people had big expectations. Thankfully these expectation were met – the offering here

sydney inner west breweries craft beer

SYDNEY | For lovers of craft beer, Sydney’s Inner West breweries offer all sorts of great brews, from the familiar and accessible to the unique and experimental. There’s something special about visiting a brewery and sampling beers directly at the source. You get a real feel for the place, there’s

norsk dor sydney

SYDNEY | Through a doorway on Pitt Street and beyond a dark corridor is Norsk Dor, a rustic, foliage laden Nordic eatery with a formidable food offering. In the kitchen is chef Damien Ruggiero, who returned to Sydney after a 5 year residence in Sweden, inspired by the the wholesome

local taphouse darlinghurst review

SYDNEY | The Local Taphouse Darlinghurst, along with its sister pub in Melbourne’s St Kilda is one Australia’s premier craft beer venues. Housed in an old hotel that spans three levels, the atmosphere of the venue is very old school pub like with lots of lacquered wood and dark furnishings.

blackfont brewhouse marrickville review

SYDNEY | BlackFont Brewhouse is a place you really have to know about if you want to visit. In fact, we were only made aware of its existence when we were at Batch Brewing one day and got talking to another patron. To find it you need to walk through a