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The Best Restaurants in Sydney CBD, Sydney

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Shop1-2, 299 Sussex Street, 2000, Sydney

Australian

15 Goulburn Street, 2000, Haymarket

Japanese

3/76 Ultimo Road, 2000, Haymarket

Korean

605-609 George St, 2000, Sydney

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Japanese

Basement level, 2000, Sydney

Japanese

7 Cambridge St,, 2000, The Rocks

9.0 / 10
16 reviews

Australian

Rooftop, Exchange Place, 400 Barangaroo Avenue, 2000, Barangaroo

8.4 / 10
208 reviews

Average price $45

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1 Bent Street, 2000, Sydney

8.5 / 10
1,854 reviews

Average price $85

Australian

201 Clarence Street, 2000, Sydney

8.5 / 10
240 reviews

Average price $45

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Harbourside Shopping Centre, Shop 433-436 Level 2, 2000, Sydney

Japanese

T1.02, 100 Barangaroo Ave, 2000, Barangaroo

Australian

152 - 156 Clarence St, 2000, Sydney

8.9 / 10
36 reviews

Australian

10-20 Bond Street, 2000, Sydney

8.5 / 10
223 reviews

Italian

488 Kent Street, 2000, Sydney

Japanese

21 Lime Street, 2000, Sydney

Japanese

29 Lime Street, 2000, Sydney

8.4 / 10
693 reviews

Chinese

68 Liverpool street, 2000, Sydney

Korean

345b Sussex Street, 2000, Sydney

French

252 Sussex St, 2000, Sydney

Indian

382a Pitt Street., 2000, Sydney

Japanese

614 George Street, 2000, Sydney

Korean

Shop 1, 338 Pitt Street, 2000, Sydney

Australian

5th Floor, 31 Alfred Street, 2000, Sydney

French

50 Murray Street, 2000, Sydney

European

55 - 65 Elizabeth Street, 2000, Sydney

The Best Restaurants in Sydney CBD, Sydney

Right in the heart of the city, Sydney’s CBD offers venues for every type of occasion. Fine dining restaurants are located throughout the city, as are everyday casual dining options. Whether you want somewhere to take a moment of peace with a coffee during the day, somewhere for your next business meeting, or a special occasion restaurant for a birthday or anniversary, Sydney’s CBD has numerous choices.

Waterfront dining can be found along Cockle Bay Wharf, King Street, Barangaroo and Circular Quay. Away from the water, most streets feature great places to eat also. The main thoroughfares of George and Pitt streets have plenty of options, as do many side streets. With lockout laws now lifted, Sydney is once again building a thriving night-time atmosphere with places to eat well into the night. Traffic can be intense and parking expensive, so public transport is advisable, with services from surrounding areas including ferries, buses, trains and light rail.

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