TheFork Celebrating 15 years

Celebrating 15years of TheFork!

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Alison

Whip out the party pies and fairy bread because It's our Forking Birthday! This year, TheFork is celebrating 15 years of amazing dining experiences!

At TheFork, we are passionate about connecting diners with amazing restaurants. We want to say a big thank you for using TheFork to discover and share your culinary experiences. 

To celebrate, we're giving away 2,000 bonus Yums* when you book on TheFork with the code THEFORK15 on Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 June 2022. Learn more about this very special birthday treat!

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Looking for inspiration on where to book? Join us as we celebrate some of the first ever restaurants in Sydney to join TheFork in Australia! 

Manta Restaurant & Bar, Woolloomoloo

There is no finer location in Sydney to dine, drink and indulge than the iconic Woolloomooloo Wharf and as one of its star residents, a meal out at Manta Restaurant & Bar is a truly special experience. With an emphasis on produce sourced from farmers and fishmongers known to Head Chef Daniel Hughes and owner Rob Rubis, Manta offers a menu that is both eclectic and elegant. This beautiful waterfront eatery boasts views of the harbour and CBD skyline; a sleek bar and outdoor dining area perfect for any occasion. BOOK NOW >

Angelo's Cabarita, Cabarita

Inspired by Sydney's beautiful foreshore and paying homage to the restaurant's strong Italian ties, Angelo's Cabarita offers a contemporary dining atmosphere featuring a Terrazo marble bar, natural European oak floors, bespoke lighting and a private dining room. The a la carte menu is Italian-inspired and casually Australian and with the recent introduction of a grill section and new bar menu, Angelo's Cabarita sets a new and exciting benchmark for passionate palates. BOOK NOW >

Malabar, Darlinghurst

Malabar takes its name from the Kerala region, known for its Indian spices. This was the beginning of the famous Spice Trail, which went on to bring exotic flavours to every corner of the Earth. Today, that's what Malabar Darlinghurst aims to do: show diners a real taste of South Indian cuisine. With over 22 years of experience, owner and chef Mohammed Sali personally picks all his ingredients daily, peeling onions, slicing beef and grounding spices all by hand. Mohammed's creations are fragrant, filling and, as expected, spicy! A must visit if you're a fan of traditional Indian cuisine. BOOK NOW >

Pony Dining, The Rocks

Widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the wood fire grill in Sydney, Pony offers an honest flavour driven menu that showcases prime Australian produce, a carefully crafted boutique selection of wines and a cheeky cocktail list. At the heart of the kitchen is a signature Argentinean wood fire grill which is used to create sensational meat dishes, prepare fresh seafood and an array of shared and larger plates. Se inside a centuries-old building in the heart of The Rocks, Pony Dining promises a truly unique dining experience. BOOK NOW >

Chophouse Sydney, Sydney

If you're a lover of meat done well (but despise meat well done) Chophouse Sydney is an absolute bucket list dining destination. Specialising in Australian, quality sourced beef with years of grill skill behind each wagyu, t-bone, sirloin and eye fillet, Chophouse acknowledges that steak perfection is an art. Cut, cure, carve, chop: it’s rare to find meat this delectable. And don't worry, there are also a tonne of options  BOOK NOW >

Blue Fish, Darling Harbour

At the north end of the Harbourside complex in Darling Harbour is the ever-popular Blue Fish. Enjoy fresh seafood and Australia's best fish and chips, alongside modern Australian fare sure to please every appetite. Don't miss out on a chance to try the extra-large seafood platters - especially the ‘Giant Family Seafood Platter' which feeds a whole tribe with oysters, prawns, salmon, Morton Bay bugs, mussels, calamari, octopus, squid, lobster, barramundi and chips. BOOK NOW > 

Bar Cupola, Sydney

This chic and stylish bar in the Sydney CBD is the perfect stop for that long lunch, breakfast catch-up or afternoon coffee break. Treat yourself to a range of sweet and savoury meals, from breakfast quiches, French pastries, bagels, sandwiches on every bread variety imaginable to hot and cold salads and even Malaysian-style curries for those cool winter days. It's not just a business restaurant though – at night, you'll find the tables full with couples enjoying a sophisticated dinner before heading next door to the Sydney Recital Hall. BOOK NOW >

Public Dining Room, Mosman

Located on one of Sydney's most iconic beaches - Balmoral Beach - you'll find Public Dining Room. Perched just in front of the ocean baths, we're not overexaggerating when say this restaurant offers some of the best views Sydney dining has to offer. Expect casual fine dining in a relaxed luxury space, featuring fresh local ingredients while incorporating global culinary influences. The menu reflects the changing seasons with exceptional ingredients prepared simply combined with technique and clean flavours. BOOK NOW > 

Thank you for being a part of TheFork's 15th Birthday celebrations. Here's to another 15 years of creating amazing experiences. 🥳

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