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“Chef Neil Perry offers Modern Australian cuisine in an ornate art deco room with a cocktail bar.”
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“A high-end, contemporary steakhouse dishing up premium meats in a warmly lit vintage space.”
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“Great place to get dinner and a drink in the city. It is on the more pricey side of the spectrum, however the quality of the menu will justify itself.”
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“My favourite Asian food, everything is spicy and very tasty. I love the lamb pancake and the fish which is covered in Szechuan peppers. Amazing cocktails too.”
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“ittyhawk, the latest venue from the team behind The Lobo Plantation, is finally bombs away. Located in the CBD, this French military-inspired bar serves up custom cocktails and Parisian street food so good they deserve a freakin' medal. Taking its name from a US fighter jet, Kittyhawk takes you back to the historic French liberation, when US and French troops celebrated liberté, egalité and fraternité on the streets of Paris. Inside this little time capsule on Phillips Lane, you'll find walls decorated with original wartime posters and memorabilia, while an impressive 12-metre-long handcrafted American oak bar serves over 900 spirits. Yep, you guessed it — it's time to party like its 1944. ”
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“Following Hubert and Mercado, No.1 Bent Street is the third amigo in the CBD revolution. While not as ambitious as the others, it’s no less enjoyable. The idea here is an extension of Mike McEnearney’s previous Rosebery venue, Kitchen by Mike. The food is similar (simple and produce focused) but amplified, and the fit-out follows the same open, transparent philosophy, with the kitchen on show”
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“Japanese à la carte and set menus, plus high tea, in a stylish venue featuring contemporary art. Food is on point and great for date night.”
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“One of 3 restaurants of Tapavino. Fine dining to share. Service is excellent, ask for Lucy for some recommendations on their wine list. Open lunch/ dinners on weekends and dinners only on Saturdays. For reservations call (61) 02 9223 6176 17 Bligh St, Sydney NSW 2000”
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“In a heritage-listed basement under bustling O’Connell Street in the CBD, Masuya is the kind of seafood sanctuary you’d find in Tokyo’s Ginza district. Brilliant ingredients, supplied by rockstar Japanese fishmonger Narito Ishii of Wellstone Seafood, are treated with utmost respect by sushi chef Toshi Oi, whose knack for unusual seafood is a treat. Call early to get seats at the sushi counter, and ask chef Toshi for his omakase, the chef’s selections. You might get tuna eye or fermented squid guts between cracking nigiri, in which you can taste each grain of rice. If you buy Toshi a beer—Asahi Super Dry is on tap—you’ll have a friend for life.”
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