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Sydney's world class lineup of restaurants are welcoming hungry diners back in. Whether its a meal with a view, a glass of something fancy, flavours from around the world, with our Festival Feasts partners there is something for everyone.
Spectacular sweeping views across Sydney Harbour, Cafe Sydney is quintessentially Sydney. Offering full menu, all day dining. Join them for lunch, dinner and anytime in between.
Chefs Gallery Town Hall & Chefs Gallery Parramatta
Three branches (Town Hall, Parramatta and Macquarie Centre) open daily from 11am to 9pm. Chefs Gallery has got you and your wallet covered with weekday lunch specials from $12.90. Whatever the occasion, you can be sure to leave with a wholesome feed. The latest menu features new hotpots, dim sum selections and handcrafted beverages.
Sydney's Sri Lankan favourite, has reopened for dining with takeaway and meal boxes still available. Situated off George Street on Angel Place, INDU is the perfect spot to celebrate a special occasion. Check out their website for details and note Fridays and Saturdays they are exclusively serving INDU feast menus, although a la carte is available Wednesday and Thursday.
La Rosa The Stand
La Rosa The Strand has officially reopened, and is offering special two and three course a la carte menu options. Featuring a number of the Roman osteria’s most popular dishes, menu highlights include the signature Roman Ravioli Cacio e Pepe, Grilled Spatchcock with Chilli Polenta, Braised Chicory and Pecorino Romano, and a traditional Potato Dough Doughnut with Vanilla Bean Gelato and Caramel Sauce.
It's now open from Wednesday to Sunday and it's offering a Never-ending Rose Lunch for $69 ppr. Due to high demand, bookings are essential.
Open every Saturday & Sunday for Bottomless Yum Cha for $69 ppr. Due to high demand, bookings are essential.
The Dining Room
Park Hyatt Sydney’ signature restaurant is now open from Thursday to Saturday for lunch and dinner. There’s a $60 two-course menu or $70 three-course menu available. Reservations are recommended.
Eclectic Modern Australian & fusion cuisine. Rubyos brings a touch of style to the bustling King Street strip. With its heritage charm and relaxing contemporary interior, Rubyos is the perfect place to celebrate all occasions. They offer a range of a la carte and banquet menu, and until 31 July are offering 'Christmas in July'.
The Gantry Restaurant
Eclectic Modern Australian & fusion cuisine. Rubyos brings a touch of style to the bustling King Street strip. With its heritage charm and relaxing contemporary interior, Rubyos is the perfect place to celebrate all occasions. They also have a new Truffle & Wagyu Experience for guests. Available as a shared experience for two people or within our four-course tasting menu.
Babylon Rooftop is a sprawling Levantine-inspired rooftop bar and restaurant inspired by the once-thriving ancient city. The bar is open Monday to Sunday, serving up the best meze and artisan cocktails. On weekends enjoy bottomless brunch, live music and group bookings and more.
The Squire's Landing
The Squire’s Landing is a two storey restaurant and brewhouse with a freestanding, fully glazed microbrewery overlooking the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Open Monday to Sunday for lunch and dinner, there’s plenty of time to round up the crew to feast on your favourites and kick back with a drink in hand.
Get together with family and friends at Botanic House. Enjoy Luke Ngyuen’s tasting menu at the restaurant, open Friday to Sunday 11am–5pm. Or opt for delicious takeaway options at Farm Cove Eatery, open daily 8am–4pm.
Terrace on the Domain
Drink and dine in a leafy park oasis at Terrace on the Domain. The restaurant is open Friday for lunch, and weekends for breakfast and lunch. Alternatively enjoy takeaway options at Terrace Eatery, open daily 8am–4pm.