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The Best Restaurants in North Sydney, Sydney (NSW)

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Indian

Zinger Taj Indian Restaurant

147 Blues Point Road, 2060, McMahons Point (NSW)

9.2 / 10
45 reviews

Australian

17 Blue St North Sydney NSW, 2060, North Sydney (NSW)

8.4 / 10
16 reviews

Average price $65

African

139 Blues Point Road, 2060, McMahons Point (NSW)

8.7 / 10
429 reviews

Average price $55

Australian

271 Pacific Hwy, 2060, North Sydney (NSW)

9.0 / 10
54 reviews

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Indian

5 WALKER ST, 2060, Lavender Bay (NSW)

9.0 / 10
323 reviews

Average price $65

InsiderAustralian

2 Henry Lawson Ave, 2060, McMahons Point (NSW)

9.3 / 10
803 reviews

Average price $115

Italian

2/15 Blue Street, 2060, North Sydney (NSW)

8.6 / 10
488 reviews

Average price $35

Australian

206 Blues Point Rd, 2060, McMahons Point (NSW)

Average price $74

Australian

50 Ridge Street, 2060, North Sydney (NSW)

7.9 / 10
708 reviews

Average price $35

Japanese

Shop 25, Level 8/100 Miller St, 2060, North Sydney (NSW)

8.3 / 10
63 reviews

Australian

60 Miller Street, 2060, North Sydney (NSW)

8.7 / 10
674 reviews

Average price $55

Japanese

73 Miller Street, 2060, North Sydney (NSW)

8.5 / 10
415 reviews

Average price $65

Australian

118 Blues Point Rd, 2060, McMahons Point (NSW)

Indian

69 Bay Road, 2060, Waverton (NSW)

Average price $35

The Best Restaurants in North Sydney, Sydney (NSW)

There’s more to the north side of the Harbour Bridge than Luna Park and the North Sydney Olympic Pool. Jump back on the train from Milsons Point and you’ll find the bustling suburb of North Sydney. By day, the area is populated with corporate businesses, however by night and on weekends the neighbourhood flourishes.

Twice-a-month you can visit the weekend Northside Produce Market for organic produce and gourmet food. Discover the tranquil Wendy Whiteley’s Secret Garden, a neglected garden that has been transformed into a beautiful picnic spot. Or visit one of the four unique historic museums in the area.

There is an abundance of local restaurants serving gourmet foods, from casual eateries to waterside fine dining. Dine to your heart’s content on Japanese, Italian and Indian cuisines. The altitude of the area means you’re able to be away from the heart of the CBD, while still enjoying the harbour views. Start your morning with breakfast or brunch at Treehouse, and laze in the afternoon with an Indian banquet at Lavendra. Alternatively, finish off your day with a drink in the beer garden at The Greens and dine family style with your friends, ordering off the share menu. Jam-packed with food- sounds like our kind of day.

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