Get your dinner on.
The area might best be known for its nightlife, but it has plenty to offer before sunset, too.
The best place to experience Sydney's thriving small bar culture.
Nightlife in Darlinghurst starts after work. Residents here are spoiled with a rich choice of booze, available even before it's dark.
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Japanese dishes with fancy ingredients and French sauces.
Hoppers, curry, sambol, wine and a slick design.
Now with a dinner menu featuring smoked coconut ice-cream.
$2 espressos in the afternoon, European share plates in the evening.
A handsome cafe and wine bar from the owner of Tatler, right downstairs.
Traditional techniques and old recipes won from travels around Italy.
A four-level extravaganza with a retro cocktail bar with views over Hyde Park, “stone-baked” pizzas, and a Japanese restaurant by an ex-Sake chef.
A tapas bar to handle the overflow from Buffalo Dining Club.
Here, it's all about the mozzarella.
Visit for authentic patatas bravas, paella, sangria, cava and atmosphere.
A takeaway burger joint by the duo behind Bar Luca.
Nuanced degustations that dip into savoury flavours. Messina’s never done anything like it.
A cafe serving classic American burgers with a hip-hop backdrop and a Breaking Bad theme.
Burgers, ceviche, fried chicken and English baps with the spices and flavours of India.
A new pasta dish, every single week, plus Negronis and Aperol Spritzes on tap.
An innovative European-Thai restaurant marrying molecular gastronomy with traditional Thai cooking.
Crisp-skin suckling pig, plantain banana fritters and a rum aperitif from Negros Island.
Are you game to take on T-Bone's Doom Juice, made with Carolina Reaper chillies?
An all-in-one Thai cocktail bar, cafe and restaurant.
Home to the best crispy pork-belly roll in Sydney. And it’s available past midnight.
A restaurant and bar celebrating pre-war multiculturalism, in an Australian context.
This popular market stall’s permanent home is making fans of Sri Lankan food very happy.
Not to be confused with poke bowls.
The popular food truck has a standalone store.
Adventurous yakitori, inspired by the laneway restauraunts of Fukuoka. You can even order chicken hearts, if you love a challenge.
An eating-house with a locavore flavour.
An intimate, authentic izakaya.
Serves dumplings of all kinds made fresh in-house.
A genuine institution.