Dinner and a show. Where to go for a pre-theatre feast in Sydney
If you’re booked in for a show at The Opera House or the State Theatre, chances are you’ll want a feed either pre or post show. Thankfully, Sydney has a whole chorus line of dining options for you to choose from. Get eating people!
Image: The Duck Inn, Chippendale
Mike McEnearney’s Kitchen by Mike, delivers the same sustainable ethos that he is famous for - but this time applying it to a more formal culinary concept. Grab a spot at the large communal table and enjoy a delicious feast before heading to the show.
Grain is an artisan bar that is all about the fine craft of drinking. Housed on the lower floor of the Four Seasons Hotel stop in for a few cocktails and some bar bites before strolling to the Opera House.
Saké. Home to Sydney’s best sushi, no doubt about it. Tucked away in a heritage-listed former woolstore in the harbourside suburb of The Rocks, from here you can gain quick access to the Sydney Theatre Company or the Opera House after your meal.
If you’re heading to show in Newtown and are after something with a bit of glam then we’ve got the place for you. Delhi 'O' Delhi has pushed the boundaries of suburban dining and firmly established itself as an elegant destination for those in search of traditional authentic flavours with a modern interpretation of India.
Paying homage to classic dishes from southern and north-eastern Thailand you’ll feel like you’re eating in the heart of Thailand when you dine at Bangkok. After your meal the buzz of Haymarket at night.
With a menu that’s a cut above your average pub fodder, The Duck Inn is really something special. Get here for a cheeky feast in the bar or the slightly more upmarket restaurant area before popping over to the Seymour Centre.
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