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Based on 3195 reviews

Sean Nairn

04:05 19 Jun 21

Waterfront location containing numerous bars and restaurants, located a short walk from the centre of Sydney. No matter... your taste you’ll find something to eat or drink here. Close to Darling Harbour attractions.read more

Jane Brooker

20:12 22 May 21

A great spot to hang with family, meet up with friends or colleagues. Plenty of restaurants and bars to suit everyone... taste. Atmosphere is alive.read more

DORA C

11:49 06 May 21

They have daily meal deals with great savings for pick your days before you go! We had the burger deal for 14.99 and I... must say for the location, quantity and quality its the best in the area. Great outdoor seating. Its a sports bar/pub but not loud during the day and most people opt for lunch. Had the beef burger with pulled pork and couldn't fault! Take away a star as it took us 25 mins to be served. 🙄read more

Lyn Poholke

01:14 28 Apr 21

Nice area especially at the moment without all the millions of tourists.Catch a lunch time harbour cruise from here.... You won't be disappointed.read more

Marie Pailing

02:05 03 Sep 20

Great place for a drink a bite to eat and to pick up a harbour tour

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Where Kids Come Out To Play

Located on the waterfront between Barangaroo and Cockle Bay Wharf, King Street Wharf has long been associated with nightlife. From the departing Harbour Cruises, to satisfying the after-work office crowd

First Indian Establishments – Manjit’s

Opening its first restaurant in Balmain in 1984, Manjit’s is considered to be one of Australia’s first Indian eateries. The Garuval family introduced Indian fare to the growing multicultural metropolis

Dim Sum

Spend some time in China and you’ll invariably be met with the greeting “have you eaten” (吃了吗). Chinese people love to eat and China boasts one of the world’s largest

Cargo Bar

Lime Street | Phone: 9262 1777 Unwind after work, or live it up at one of the hottest places in Sydney Cargo Bar and Lounge. Boasting a spacious outdoor beer