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There are so many great Sydney restaurants that I know you’ll have difficulty making a selection. Of course, it depends on what your tastes are in food and wine, and how robust your credit card is.

You’ll find Sydney restaurants with just about every kind of cuisine from all over the world.

There are Sydney restaurants in the European tradition: French, German, Swiss, Italian and Spanish cuisine. Then there’s Asian, African, Middle Eastern and you-name it.

If you enjoy seafood, then you’ll love the Sydney restaurants which specialize in fish and seafood dishes, such as Doyles Seafood Restaurants at Watsons Bay, Circular Quay and at the Sydney Fish Markets.

Sydney restaurants include Indian, Vietnamese, Thai, Cambodian, Chinese, Mongolian and so on. China is so big it alone has thousands of different dishes. A whole lot more than fried rice, believe me.

The best place for Sydney restaurants serving Chinese food is the Chinatown district… namely Dixon Street, Sussex Street and George Streets between Haymarket and Liverpool Streets. It’s a huge area, and well worth exploring on foot during the day.

Then don’t forget the food styles from Africa and the Middle East. There are several Sydney restaurants serving Lebanese and Turkish food to be found in places such as King Street, Newtown, and Cleveland and Elizabeth Streets (on the border of Surry Hills and Redfern). However, it is not a safe area to be out in alone at night.

There are Kosher Sydney restaurants, mostly around Bondi Beach which cater to Sydney’s large Jewish community, just as there are Halal Restaurants more out south and west to cater to the Muslim groups.

Vegetarians and Vegans will enjoy the Green Gourmet Restaurant at 115 King St, Newtown, which has all kinds of Chinese vegetarian dishes, including many made with mock meats. Their mock-chicken, mock-duck, mock-pork or beef are actually textured vegetable protein (TVP) which looks and feels pretty much like the real thing, and even tastes okay to hard-core meat eaters.

Some of the middle eastern Sydney restaurants even have upstairs rooms with cushions all over the floor, and belly dancers to entertain you as you eat your meal. And some Spanish restaurants in Sydney have floor shows with Spanish Flamenco Dancers.

And if you go miles out of the city, there are Theatre Restaurants where actors and musicians keep dinner guests entertained, well-fed and well-watered (with beer or wine) all evening.

After the Sydney restaurants, you’ll find hundreds of small coffee shops, cafes and takeaway food places which sell foccocias, hamburgers, fish and chips, hot meat pies, chicken and beef kebabs, falafel and pide (Turkish bread).

All in all there’s amazing variety in the food available at Sydney restaurants. Some of the restaurants are absolute top world class, but at a fraction of what you’d have to pay in New York, London or Paris.

David Harvey is a former journalist and who now lives in Sydney and publishes several succesful websites, including You are welcome to use this article on your site or in your newsletter/ezine, just as long as the link(s) remain intact and clickable.


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