Sydney Food Trip


Sydney is not only just the place for sightseeing. It is also the place for enjoying great food. From local to dishes and international cuisine, to cafes and bars, the NSW capital has it all. Whether you're a bona fide foodie or just someone who appreciates good food, the city is definitely for you.

If you're in Sydney and you're wondering where you can enjoy a world-class meal, here are the places you should visit, especially after going on a Segway tour of the city, as recommended by Trip Savvy.

Quay, The Rocks


Located on Argyle Street, Peter Gilmore's Quay is the place where you can enjoy not only various gastronomic delights, but also the breathtaking views of Sydney's iconic landmarks. Being one of the only few Australian restaurants to make it on to the prestigious S. Pellegrino World's Top 50 List, Quay is definitely a must-visit.

Be sure to sample their slow braised quail with bitter chocolate black pudding and Blackmore wagyu with smoked oyster and roasted grains so you can discover why it is one of the most popular and most awarded restaurants in the country.

Est., George Street


If you're willing to splurge on food, est. is another must-visit. Located in the heart of Sydney, specifically in George Street, est. is run by renowned chef Peter Doyle, serving French-Australian fusion cuisine.

The place itself is a sensory experience so a visit to est. is definitely something you shouldn't miss. However, just make sure that you book a table in advance because they don't accept walk-ins.

Sydney Tower Buffet, Pitt Street


A visit to Sydney Tower Buffer and its 360-degree view of the city below is another thing you should include in your to-do list when you're in town for a holiday. With the buffet-style dining the place offers, you can enjoy a wide variety of mouth-watering dishes in a more relaxed setting.

But perhaps the most amazing thing about this place is that it offers a revolving view of the city. No matter where you're sitting, you can marvel at the gorgeous views of Sydney. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. Try to visit during both times so you can enjoy the different views of the city by day and night.

Tesuya's, Kent Street


If you're craving for some Japanese, you should go to Tesuya's along Kent Street. Considered one of Sydney's most popular restaurants, it offers traditional Japanese cuisine, but with a twist.

With its own test kitchen located right inside the restaurant, be prepared to sample unique dishes that are made with creativity and skill. Take note, however, that the place is always crowded due to its immense popularity, so make sure that you reserve a table a few months in advance.









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