Sydney city restaurants open on a Monday night
Looking for great restaurants open on Monday in the city?
Many chefs do in fact don an apron and turn up the heat in the kitchen for your dining pleasure on Monday nights. Here’s what’s open around the city of Sydney on a Monday evening.
Steakhouse | Good for: Celebrating a special occasion
Located in the lobby of the iconic InterContinental Sydney, The Meat & Wine Co Circular Quay has spared no expense in bringing this spectacular steakhouse to Sydney Harbour. Famous for pairing a delectable offering of steak and rib dishes with the most unique Australian wines, this one’s a no-brainer for anyone who appreciates a premium cut of meat. BOOK NOW >
Italian | Good for: A fine dining experience
Set within the art-lined walls of QT Sydney, the bustling Gowings Bar & Grill features a seasonal, wood-fired menu that highlights locally foraged ingredients, sourced from nearby farmers and providores. Reminiscent of a European brasserie, this fine dining restaurant in Sydney’s Market Street offers the freshest produce from a select bunch of Australian growers. BOOK NOW >
Indian | Good for: The best Indian in Sydney
Since opening its doors in 2003, Malabar South Indian Cuisine has established itself as a cult favourite amongst Darlinghurst locals, thanks to its outstanding dishes and electric atmosphere. Owner and Chef Mohammed Sali personally picks all his ingredients daily, peeling onions, slicing beef and grounding spices all by hand. Feast on specialties including Dosai, Barramundi Varuval and the signature Goan Fish Curry. BOOK NOW >
Malaysian | Good for: A group dining feast
This award-winning Chinese and Malaysian restaurant in the heart of Sydney’s Circular Quay is buzzing with hungry diners all week round. As the name suggests, the restaurant specialises in seafood with highlights including chili mud crab and half-shell scallops. Perfect for a group gathering. BOOK NOW >
American | Good for: A soul food fix
Authentic US soul food is hard to come by, which may be one reason that Roast Republic has already made a huge impact less than a year after opening its doors in the Sydney CBD. The other reason? The food is unreal. Expect big flavours with favourites including the daily rotisserie cajun chicken, slow cooked beef brisket and share plates topped off with some authentic Southern hospitality. BOOK NOW >
Vietnamese | Good for: A catch up with mates
Situated on bustling Oxford Street, Bay Hong is a stylish modern Vietnamese restaurant serving up a fresh twist on Vietnamese classics with a tonne of vegan and vego options on offer. Perfect for an intimate catch up with friends. BOOK NOW >
Korean | Good for: A unique dining experience
Diana Potts Point has quickly become a favourite amongst Sydneysiders, not only because of its bold Korean-Chinese menu, but also its second-to-none atmosphere, which includes late night karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights. BOOK NOW >
Pub Grub | Good for: Beer lovers
A hub for beer lovers that boasts its own brewery creating specialty beers, Sydney Brewery Surry Hills specialises in fresh brews and quality pub grub. Try out spruced pub classics including Paddo Pale bratwurst or the Sydney Cider mussel pot while relaxing with a cold one. BOOK NOW >
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