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The best restaurants in Sydney – Places your taste buds will thank you for!

If you want to justify your trip to Sydney, this is it; restaurants – the beauty of Sydney is that it is culturally diversified so, at most of the restaurants, you can enjoy a variety of cuisines.


Cho Cho San

If you want a taste of Tokyo, there's no better place for you to be than Cho Cho San. You can start your first course with prawn toast, pork katsu steam buns and eggplant miso sticks. During the main course, you can treat yourself to a dish of charcoal chicken with sesame yoghurt and king crab omelette. Make sure you are not too full, there's more to come – you can finish your satisfying meal with green tea soft serve – you might've stumbled upon the pictures on Instagram – and matcha tiramisu. The spirits list is dominated by Fukushima Fizz, Kimono Vol 2 and Yuzu Spritz.



If you are on the lookout for something fairly new, try Guatemalan rice tamale with mozzarella, mole Colorado and pumpkin at Porteno! The restaurant is designed in the traditional Argentinean way boasting a menu with satisfyingly-cooked meat, wagyu skirt steaks and sirloin. But of course, if you are a fan of seafood – though you might be staying at an apartment hotel Sydney and in case you want to try something different – there are delightful portions of fish, spiced octopus including other seafood variety.



The restaurant has four categories that will treat your taste buds in equal measure; the bar, the restaurant, the cultured and the cured section, and the chef's table in the kitchen. If you are planning on dining at the restaurant, you may need to reserve your spot beforehand, but if it was the bar, you can walk in anytime and sip on your favourite cocktail while enjoying views of Sydney Harbour that surround you. The place is also most suitable for couples looking to celebrate special occasions.


Long Chim Sydney

Sure you can make your own meal in the kitchen that comes with your room at Oaks On Castlereagh, but if you want to enjoy some Thai food, your best option is Long Chin Sydney. From street food that you find in alleyways in Thailand to the dishes that are made out of ancient recipes, the chef David Thompson really puts his mind to make the best Thai dishes possible. Obviously, you can find plenty of noodle dishes on the menu, in addition to that, you can enjoy salads, various curries, stir-fries and famous satays.


Spice I Am

Here's another spot where you can grab a delicious portion of Thai food. The restaurant's signature is the use of spices and it is appreciated by many on a daily basis. If you've been to Thailand, you must've tried jungle curry and fallen in love with it – if this is the case, make your way over to Spice I Am to reminisce the taste of Thailand. You can choose anything from your favourite jungle curry, pad prik king, basil crispy pork belly, green papaya salad and som tum.