Australia‘s International Furniture Fair just started. The event is worth visiting as well as the whole Australia. And if you are happened to be here right now, you definitely need some guidence around the city. Best design guides take all the responsability and is ready to show some secret gems of Australia. Let‘s start with a starter – top Sydney‘s restaurants that shouldn‘t be missed.
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92 Hargrave St, Paddington
Grand master of French cuisine Guillaume Brahimi suggest a fine dining just near the well-known Sydney Opera House. The prices really amaze – $135 four courses not including wine. But that maybe the best sight. If people are ready to pay this, propably it‘s the quality worth paying.
Formerly Crown St, Surry Hills
Kylie Kwong with her amazing creations changes the perseption toward Chinese food. Fresh and vibrant meals instantly restore the believing that chinese food it‘s not only take away pasta with sauce.
16 Foster St, Surry Hills
With its star head chef Nathan Sasi, Nomad restaurant now holds on the title of the hottest restaurant in town. Not suprising while flicking through menu. Nomad restaurant suggest such a delights as Jersey Milk Haloumi, wood-roasred bone marrow, chilli smoked pork jowl and more.
95 Riley St, Surry Hills
The trendious place hiding just behind the bright red doors in Riley Street, is a perfect place for quick but quality food. Recently changed menu includes such gems as pickled melon with mustard and potato with mussels, parsley and chicken skin.
65 Ocean St, Woollahra
If you look for the place for casual but elegant dining in Sydney – this is the place. The trending place are favoured by celebrities and please you with such a graze dishes as yellowfin tuna carpaccio, seared scallops and pressed duck and its favorite show stopping lamb shoulder.
The Four Seasons, Sydney.
The master chef Matt Germanchis managed to bring colors to hotel dining. Placed just in the heart of well-known Four seasons hotel, M. Germanchis here shows not only his tough character bu tas well amazing dishes to try. From the lamb shoulder, cooked in camomile and server bubbling in its own juices, to the wood-fired chicken and the grilled salmon tail – you won‘t be disapointed.
73 Macleay St,Sydney
If the Japanese cuisine it‘s all you are wishing now in Sydney, this is the chance for you. Being a new sensation of in Sydney‘s restaurant list, it throw out the rules and marvels its clients with spanner crab buns, miso cod, hibachi prawns and raw marbledbeef.
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It appers that Sydney can suggest more than you expect: all world cuisines with a perfect quality and the work of best chefs. So don‘t hestitate to start your best dining experience in this beautiful city.