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Café
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“Perfect place for a picnic, coffee and walk. 10 minutes walk from home. Visit the local Yacht club which is on the water’s edge. Take international or interstate identification for access.”
  • 190 lokale anbefaler
Greek Restaurant
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“For some thoroughly modern Greek dining in an industrial chic interior. We highly recommend the Saganaki cheese, the Wild Weed and Cheese Pie, oh and the Loukoumades honey doughnuts for dessert… It is very popular and does not take reservations, so get here early (before 7pm) to get a table, or alternatively put your name down with the waiter, and head for a drink at Monopole or The Roosevelt just up the road and they’ll call you when a table is ready (usually a 45 min wait).”
  • 131 lokale anbefaler
Italian Restaurant
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“One of Sydney’s most treasured spots for Italian culture. In 1991, three Italian boys headed north of the border to bring a little slice of Melbourne dining to Sydney. Fratelli Paradiso opened its doors in 2001 in Potts Point’s prestigious Paris quarter and has since become an inner-city institution. To this day you’re hard-pressed to find a Sydney restaurant that continues kitchen service from breakfast through to dinner, but it’s a vision that Marco Ambrosino and brothers Giovanni and Enrico Paradiso (also of 10 William Street) committed to from the very beginning. The trio cut their teeth as waiters, and their attention to service shines through front-of-house. Press any Potts Point local on the subject of Paradiso and they’ll tell you the same thing: you come for the vibrant ambiance and service as much for the well-dressed Italian fare. Early risers can head down for a classic Italian breakfast of orange juice, an espresso, and a cherry-and-ricotta Danish baked at the adjoining panetteria (bakery). If you’re a night owl, Paradiso is the perfect place to settle in for the evening. Request one of the coveted street-facing seats and treat yourself to an alfresco feast of calamari Sant’ Andrea (floured rings, lightly fried and served with rocket and lemon); chitarra cacio e pepe (thin, eggy pasta served with cheese, pepper and Tasmanian truffle); and the renowned lasagnetta Bolognese. Round it all off with a plate of boozy tiramisu. The extensive wine list curated by Mattia Dicati and Matt Young (10 William St) is updated weekly, catering to almost every taste – from crowd-pleasing sangioveses and pinot noirs, to a more daring selection of both local and Italian orange wines. A recipe from Fratelli Paradiso is featured in The Broadsheet Italian Cookbook. Buy your copy at shop.broadsheet.com.au. Bakery 12-16 Challis Avenue Potts Point 2011 Restaurant 12-16 Challis Avenue Potts Point 2011 Sunday 7:00am - 10:00pm Monday 7:00am - 11:00pm Tuesday 7:00am - 11:00pm Wednesday 7:00am - 11:00pm Thursday 7:00am - 11:00pm Friday 7:00am - 11:00pm Saturday 7:00am - 11:00pm Phone: (02) 9357 1744 Website: fratelliparadiso.com”
  • 116 lokale anbefaler
Japanese Restaurant
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“Japanese fusion - If you love Japanese with a twist, this is a must try for a nice dinner out. ”
  • 65 lokale anbefaler
Chinese Restaurant
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“A Sydney institution combining the powers of Bill Granger and Kylie Kwong, fusing modern Australian with Chinese. You must try the Duck!......and don't forget the salt bush cakes.”
  • 59 lokale anbefaler
Australian Restaurant
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“The Bentley team bring their unique brand of food and drink to Potts Point. Nick Hildebrandt and Brent Savage – the pair who brought us the much loved Bentley Restaurant & Bar – are at it again, this time stamping their brand of cool onto Monopole in Potts Point. The boys have added restaurant manager and sommelier Glen Goodwin to the ownership team and reworked the spot on Macleay Street that once housed Sailors Thai. It’s all about share plates and an excellent drinks list at this contemporary Australian eatery. They’ve been busy since opening, with locals keen to see how the renovations would turn out. And feedback on fit-out and design were unanimous. Under the direction of architect Pascal Gomes-McNabb (who also worked her magic when fitting out Bentley), that’s little surprise. The wine list doesn’t disappoint either, with over 500 boutique and more obscure options, including a wide variety by the glass. Their house-made charcuterie, which has been in the works for the last two months, is a highlight. Developing Monopole has been a labour of love for the team. It was no quick process, with a bit of a diversion from the original plan. In the end, the final concept suits the neighbourhood. We reckon Potts Point locals will agree. 71a Macleay street Potts Point Sunday 12:00pm - 10:00pm Monday 5:00pm - 12:00am Tuesday 5:00pm - 12:00am Wednesday 5:00pm - 12:00am Thursday 5:00pm - 12:00am Friday 5:00pm - 12:00am Saturday 12:00pm - 12:00am Phone: (02) 9360 4410 Website: monopolesydney.com.au ”
  • 60 lokale anbefaler
Farmers Market
“[850 metres distance] Kings Cross Farmers Market [Sat 9am-2pm] Outdoor market, open Saturday only, with vendors for fruit, vegetables, cheese, flowers & hot foods. ”
  • 40 lokale anbefaler
Fish & Chips Shop
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“A delicious posh fish-n-chip restaurant, great cocktails in a cute little street. The fish burger is divine for anyone on a budget. ”
  • 39 lokale anbefaler
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“Sydney’s first fine-dining restaurant devoted to plants. The golden yellow terrace that sits midway down Macleay Street in Potts Point was once a gallery, exhibiting work from some of the city’s most fabled and famous artists. Later it became an artist residence, described as the very culmination of Sydney’s underground scene in the early '70s, and counted Brett Whitely, Ellis D Fogg and George Gittoes as members. These days, the team behind lauded venues Bentley Restaurant & Bar and Monopole is making its mark on the historically colourful landmark with Yellow, a restaurant entirely focused on vegetables. Yellow first opened in 2014. In early 2016, it made the switch to become Sydney’s first fine dining vegetarian and vegan restaurant (excepting the famous weekend brunches). Unlike other vegetarian places in Sydney, though, this isn’t based on ethics. It's about making vegetables taste incredible. Service is a la carte every day except Saturday, where you'll choose between five- and seven-course tasting menus. Expect neat-looking plates with seemingly simple combinations such as fermented pumpkin, pepitas and persimmon; broccoli, mustard and native lime; and eggplant, corn and black garlic. In keeping with the switch to vegetables (which is very now) the wine list has an eye on the future. If bottles from Australia’s most progressive producers can’t scratch your tannic itch, the restaurant also has access to Monopole’s 500-entry list. Melbourne designer Pascal Gomes-McNabb is responsible for the interior – a softly lit dining room with accents of canary, mustard and saffron. 57 Macleay Street Potts Point 2011 Phone: (02) 9332 2344 Website: yellowsydney.com.au Sunday 11:00am - 2:30pm 5:00pm - 11:00pm Monday 5:00pm - 11:00pm Tuesday 5:00pm - 11:00pm Wednesday 5:00pm - 11:00pm Thursday 5:00pm - 11:00pm Friday 5:00pm - 11:00pm Saturday 11:00am - 2:30pm 5:00pm - 11:00pm 57 Macleay Street Potts Point 2011”
  • 35 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“a two-minute walk down Greenknowe Avenue, this bustling spot is always busy due to their wonderful breakfasts. ”
  • 24 lokale anbefaler
Vinbar
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“Cocktails and share plates, from flatbreads to tiger prawns, on a buzzy patio or in a cool interior. ”
  • 36 lokale anbefaler
Dumpling Restaurant
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“Asian steamed buns served in an arty, high-ceilinged space with a mezzanine and a casual vibe. ”
  • 25 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“Café style food, open for breakfast lunch and dinner. Great place to grab a take away coffee or have a reasonably priced breakfast, lunch or dinner. ”
  • 30 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“Come here for an excellent coffee and a cheap bagel. Staff are so lovely too.”
  • 16 lokale anbefaler
Chinese Restaurant
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“Cool little Cantonese diner. Great place to share food and drinks with friends. ”
  • 12 lokale anbefaler
French Restaurant
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“Colonial French food, without all the butter. licensed takes reservations French Bistro Rex is an approachable yet chic bistro - a neighborhood drop-in place. The team – head chef Jo Ward (former owner of Bloodwood); sous chef Michelle Powell (bar manager at Spice Temple); Baci Moore (former manager of Spice Temple); and Josh Dunne (sommelier at China Doll) describes the cuisine as French colonial. The prawn beignet (deep-fried choux pastry) is wrapped in carrot and cucumber and rolled, almost like a rice paper roll, with a Sriracha-style sauce on top. There’s also a very classic French confit chicken or duck dish. For this version the leg is done in a light, almost spicy broth – it has a North African feeling. Ward’s focus is on flavours from the colonies of North Africa and Vietnam, so she doesn’t use the butter common in French cooking. There’s also a steamed market fish with smoked oysters and kohlrabi; a gruyere soufflé; and steak frites with café de Paris-style mash. The design is a reinvention of a classic Parisian bistro. You can see the mosaic penny tiles and impressive pillars from the street. The three round banquettes covered in greenish-blue leather are inviting and comfortable. There’s dried lavender hanging from the bar, white linen napkins and a lot of copper. 50-58 Macleay Street Potts Point 2011 Sunday 12:00pm - 9:00pm Monday 12:00pm - 10:00pm Tuesday 12:00pm - 10:00pm Wednesday 12:00pm - 10:00pm Thursday 12:00pm - 10:00pm Friday 12:00pm - 11:00pm Saturday 12:00pm - 11:00pm Phone: (02) 9332 2100 Website: bistrorex.com.au”
  • 15 lokale anbefaler