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The Best Restaurants in Macquarie Park, Sydney

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Indian

Paradise Biryani House

142 Coxs Rd, 2113, North Ryde

7.4 / 10
4 reviews

Average price $35

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Italian

Shops 446 & 447. Level 4, 2113, Macquarie Park

8.4 / 10
165 reviews

Australian

99 Talavera Road, 2109, Macquarie Park

Italian

56 Delhi Rd, 2113, North Ryde

8.5 / 10
19 reviews

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Chinese

Shop 3390/55-61 Talavera Rd, 2113, Macquarie Park

8.1 / 10
4 reviews

Average price $30

Thai

Level 1, 132 Coxs Road, 2113, North Ryde

8.1 / 10
159 reviews

Average price $20

Asian

1 / 2 Saunders Close, 2113, Macquarie Park

8.0 / 10
90 reviews

Average price $20

Australian

307 Lane Cove Rd, 2113, Macquarie Park

8.3 / 10
3 reviews

Average price $51

Australian

7-11 Talavera Road, 2113, Macquarie Park

8.3 / 10
129 reviews

Australian

187-223 Herring Road, 2113, Macquarie Park

7.8 / 10
211 reviews

Average price $35

Australian

Shop 150, Macquarie Shopping Centre Level 3, 2113, North Ryde

9.0 / 10
104 reviews

Average price $20

Australian

84 Waterloo Road, 2113, Macquarie Park

7.0 / 10
50 reviews

The Best Restaurants in Macquarie Park, Sydney

Macquarie Park is situated adjacent to the business parks of North Ryde and just a short hop from Macquarie University and Macquarie Shopping Centre. The Sydney suburb is in a state of transition with new developments of mostly high-rise apartments, with better affordability than many of its neighbouring suburbs.

Restaurants around the neighbourhood offer a real mix of flavours with Indian, Thai, Chinese and modern Australian all on offer, centralised around Coxs Road and Talavera Road. There are also lots of cafes for daytime dining in Macquarie Shopping Centre, perfect for refuelling while shopping or for grabbing a quick bite on your lunch break. The suburb is home to abundant parkland and close to both train and bus services. Macquarie Park also has the cemetery and is close to two crematoriums, so it’s well placed for any memorial meals.

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