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The Best Restaurants in Double Bay, Sydney (NSW)

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Australian

Little Jean

1/1 Kiaora Road, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

8.9 / 10
1,005 reviews

Average price $55

InsiderAustralian

7 Bay Street, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

9.2 / 10
268 reviews

Average price $90

Indian

1/55 Bay Street, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

8.1 / 10
179 reviews

Average price $35

Fine Dining

33 Cross Street, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

8.8 / 10
712 reviews

Average price $105

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Australian

2/53 Cross Street, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

8.4 / 10
24 reviews

Italian

51 Bay St, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

8.9 / 10
262 reviews

Average price $45

European

22 Knox St, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

8.8 / 10
9 reviews

Average price $65

Australian

21 Knox St, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

8.8 / 10
144 reviews

Average price $45

Pub Grub

429 New South Head Road, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

8.6 / 10
13 reviews

Australian

33 Cross St, 2028, Double Bay (NSW)

7.6 / 10
4 reviews

Average price $65

The Best Restaurants in Double Bay, Sydney (NSW)

This is a glamourous, elegant and fashionable harbourside suburb with sweeping views across the water to Darling Point and back towards the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The foreshore park features the Murray Rose Harbour Pool, perfect for a dip after lunch or a pre-dinner swim. During daylight savings watch the sun set behind the Harbour Bridge for the perfect Instagram shot. Buses and ferries to the city mean it’s easy to get to. So even if you can’t afford to live there, Double Bay is an accessible place to dine and play, as well as being just a few minutes from Bondi Junction.

Bay and Cross streets feature a range of fine dining and more casual venues, with a selection of restaurants within the InterContinental Hotel. Don’t miss the Golden Sheaf pub on New South Head Road, which is a Sydney icon, blending food, drinks and live music.

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