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An amalgamation of cultures, beautiful beaches and iconic landmarks are all contributors to Sydney’s pull on travellers, not to mention the buzzing food scene! Whether backstreet restaurants and hidden speakeasies or high-end restaurants and fine dining are your jam, Sydney offers it all and everything in between.
Spend your two-day trip exploring the best of Sydney’s food and drink scene beginning on the first day with a walking tour around Sydney’s hidden gastronomic gems and spend the next day hunting them down once again, you’ll even get to see the Sydney Opera house!
2 days, 1 night
Australia: Sydney, New South Wales
Check-in to QT Sydney (this accommodation is included in the tour package).
Check-out from QT Sydney (Day 2).
Address: QT Sydney, Market Street, Sydney NSW, Australia
With an eye for modern design whilst reflective of the past, the 200 guest suites that makeup QT Sydney hotel have been carefully crafted within the historic Gowings and State Theatre buildings. This boutique Sydney accommodation retains many of the building’s most distinctive features, such as the blend of Gothic, Art Deco, and Italianate influenced architecture that forms the dazzling exterior of the building. Situated in the heart of the Sydney CBD, here you an discover an immersive and luxurious Sydney accommodation where guests have the highest levels of technology at their fingertips. The hotel’s Gowings Bar & Grill, a fine dining construct, presents the style of a European brasserie, with an edgy contemporary design. Offering the freshest produce from Australia’s best artisan providores, prepared with cooking techniques featuring wood-fired rotisseries and ovens.
The indicative price per traveller for a trip for 2 people based on low season pricing. Prices will vary depending on season, number of travellers and customisation of the itinerary.
Sydney is a foodie’s paradise; having grown tremendously in recent years, the city’s food scene is now booming. From unique combinations of spectacular flavours to food that looks amazing, any food lover will be delightful to explore this city by way of food and drink. You’ll begin this short tour by heading to the family-run Doyles Restaurant on Watson’s Bay for a seafood lunch, then by the evening, you’ll make your way through the best of Sydney’s hidden bars and
From: Sydney Harbour Bridge
To: Watsons Bay
11:15am to 11:45am
Catch a water taxi to lunch.
From: Watsons Bay
01:45pm to 02:15pm
Catch a water taxi back to your hotel.
Lunch in Doyles on the Beach Restaurant
11:45am – 01:45pm
The Doyle Family have been serving fresh local seafood for over five generations, and have built their name on the produce their fishermen catch. They still use old fashioned methods; the fish caught mostly by hand line and iced on the boat. With three locations across the country, this long-standing family restaurant is certainly one of the best in the area of Watsons Bay. Right on the water where the fish have been caught that very morning, you can enjoy a sumptuous menu of fresh seafood and fish.
Address: 11 Marine Parade, Watsons Bay NSW 2030, Australia
Free Time in Sydney
11:00am to 04;00pm
Beautifully positioned around its stunning harbour at centre stage, Sydney is a fantastic multicultural hub buzzing with life. Sightseeing, shopping, eating, drinking and entertainment are all things Sydney does well, delivering a unique combination of cultures at each turn.
You can explore this eclectic city at your leisure; you may want to tick some top sights off your list and visit the famous sail-like Sydney Opera House or make your way down to the huge Darling Harbour and the smaller Circular Quay port which are both buzzing with harbourfront restaurants and bars. Nearby, you’ll also find the arched Harbour Bridge and the Royal Botanic Garden.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can head up to Sydney Tower’s outdoor platform, the Skywalk, which offers incredible 360-degree views of the city and suburbs. However, there is no denying that many people go on a Sydney getaway for the beaches but can’t resist staying for the culture and food!
Address: Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Mr. Wong does Cantonese-style food in a larger than life way. Seating 240 people over two levels and serving up a selection of up to 80 dishes, it’s a big affair. Yet somehow the restaurant still manages to feel intimate, with nooks for two, dim lighting and moody jazz. At the helm is executive chef Dan Hong, who brings his energy and creative flair to the kitchen. Barbecue ducks are a crowd favourite (they have a whole room dedicated to them), as is their lunchtime dim sum menu by Michael Luo. With such an extensive menu and wine list to match, arrive prepared to make some tough choices.
Address: 3 Bridge Ln, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia