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The Best Restaurants in Castlecrag, Sydney (NSW)

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Via Alta

197 High St, 2068, North Willoughby (NSW)

8.5 / 10
1,466 reviews

Average price $55 Accepts Yums


23-26/100 Edinburgh Road, 2068, Castlecrag (NSW)

8.8 / 10
130 reviews

Average price $30


331 Penshurst St., 2068, North Willoughby (NSW)

9.0 / 10
69 reviews

Average price $20


525 Willoughby Road, 2068, Willoughby (NSW)

8.7 / 10
16 reviews

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100 Edinburgh Rd, 2068, Castlecrag (NSW)

8.0 / 10
400 reviews


3, 183 High Street, 2068, North Willoughby (NSW)

8.7 / 10
238 reviews

Average price $45


533 Willoughby Road, 2068, Willoughby (NSW)

8.6 / 10
182 reviews

Average price $20


541-543 Willoughby Road, 2068, Willoughby (NSW)

8.4 / 10
237 reviews

Average price $35

Pub Grub

580 Willoughby Road, 2068, Willoughby (NSW)

7.9 / 10
4 reviews

Average price $15


122 Edinburgh Rd, 2068, Castlecrag (NSW)

Average price $65


608 Willoughby Road, 2068, Willoughby (NSW)

8.9 / 10
181 reviews

Average price $45


224 Sydney Street, 2068, North Willoughby (NSW)

8.8 / 10
141 reviews


130 Mowbray Rd, 2068, Willoughby (NSW)

The Best Restaurants in Castlecrag, Sydney (NSW)

Castlecrag is a bushland suburb right on the water in Middle Harbour with a wildlife corridor along the Sydney harbour front. The sheltered waterways here are fantastic for kayakers. Castlecrag also features an amphitheatre where there are performances throughout the year, including annual Christmas Eve carols. It’s an upmarket but warm and welcoming, family-oriented suburb, where housing is predominantly post-war. Wander the streets to discover a number of original Walter Burley Griffins, post-modern and art deco style buildings.

There is a selection of cafes and restaurants along Edinburgh Road that elevate what you can expect from a local neighbourhood location and casual dining. The Quadrangle Shopping Centre is a bit of a hub for food with a patisserie, Vietnamese, Chinese, and a couple of cafes. Castlecrag is easily accessible by car but also serviced by regular buses to and from the city, especially during peak times.


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