Phone: (02) 9360 3220 | 249 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW | Web: http://www.saigonbay.com.au
Saigon Bay Vietnamese Restaurant in Darlinghurst had served foods since 1993 to Centennial Park, Chippendale, Darling Point, Darlinghurst, Edgecliff, Elizabeth Bay, Kings Cross, Moore Park, Paddington, Potts Point, Rushcutters, Rushcutters Bay, Surry Hill
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Saigon Bay Vietnamese Restaurant had located at 249 Oxford Street Darlinghurst since 1993. Darlinghurst is known as the heart of Sydney’s gay scene and the home of the Mardi Gras, this area is best known for its clubs, pubs & restaurants, one of the best place for most people hang out with friends after work.
Saigon Bay offers authentic Vietnamese Cuisine in the warm friendly atmosphere, the restaurant had operated for more than 15 years and serves foods to a lot of happy returning customers. Vietnamese food has long been appreciated in France, the former colonial power; U.S. residents are only beginning to discover its many fine features.
Phone: (02) 9356 3429 | Level 1, 292-294 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, NSW | Web: http://www.tastevin.com.au
Tastevin Bistro & Wine Bar is a funky venue for eating and drinking in Darlinghurst, Sydney. We are open 12pm - late (closed Tuesday).Restaurants Darlinghurst Darlinghurst Bars and NightclubsDarlinghurst Party VenuesBars Darlinghurst
Phone: (02) 9360 2778 | Taylor Square 191 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW
The original Coco Cubano stands proud in Darlinghurst's iconic Taylor Square. Open 7 days, we've served thousands of morning espressos to the city crowds, and many a drink to late night cocktail-lovers.
Just east of the Sydney Central Business District, you will arrive at Darlinghurst, a densely populated inner-city suburb. There's so much going, it's a marvel that Darlinghurst is just under one square kilometre! Oxford Street is the heart of the area, and this is where you can find so many delightful shops, cafes, and restaurants in Darlinghurst.
As you go east on Oxford Street, there are even more bar and pub offerings as a part of Darlinghurst, and if you're lucky enough to be in the area for March, look out for the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade, which is sure to be a delight and spectacle!
If you want to venture a little bit away from the main road, go down to Crown Street, Burton Street, or Liverpool Street, which all have trendy boutiques and fabulous cafes that you wouldn't find anywhere else besides Darlinghurst.
And if you're trying to save your cents while shopping, don't fear, as there are so many second-hand clothing shops where you can find the perfect, unique find that sets you apart from everyone else.
However, the real time to experien....
Phone: (02) 8354 1086 | 248 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst, NSW
Italian restaurant Sydney & Wine Bar in Darlinghurst is nestled within the Republic Building on Palmer Street, Darlingurst. It's a tiny piece of Italy within Sydney and prides itself around authenticity.
Italian restaurant Sydney & Wine Bar in Darlinghurst is nestled within the Republic Building on Palmer Street, Darlingurst.
It's a tiny piece of Italy within Sydney and prides itself around authenticity. Generous in servings, delicious simple food yet displays complexity in flavours. DiWine is a traditional Italian Restaurant incorporating the modern twist of a Wine Bar.
There's a wide selection of tapas and matching wines to compliment every meal and the menu is confidently Italian.
From tasting boards (known in Italian as assaggini), antipasto to hand rolled pasta with swordfish and fennel sauce, gnocchi and pappardelle with beef cheeks; Chef Vittorio Esposito, makes his own pasta daily and chooses fresh produce delicately.
The chocolate volcano dessert is popular with customers and on special occasions Chef Vittorio will make his mouth-watering cheese cake and his mother's traditional tiramisu.
On your arrival as a gift every guest will be served with a homemade focaccia.
Refreshing and new,....
Phone: (02) 9698 4355 | 60 Riley Street, Darlinghurst, NSW
Red Lantern on Riley offers all the favourites of the original Red Lantern, with a greater focus on shared dishes. Mixed with the nostalgia of Indochine and the personal quirkiness of the Nguyen family, Red Lantern on Riley is an experience to share withRestaurants Darlinghurst Food Darlinghurst
Phone: (02) 9698 4355 | 60 Crown Lane, Darlinghurst, NSW
Red Lily specialises in delectable Saigon street snacks paired with Asian inspired drinks. The music and ambience is set to South East Asia; playing Classic Soul and Rare Asian Vintage Soul from the 50's, 60's and 70's; makes this a unique destination.Restaurants Darlinghurst Food Darlinghurst
Phone: (02) 9360 6885 | 340 Victoria St, Darlinghurst, NSW
Our home-style menu has been inspired by the foods and flavors of Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Hungary. The old-fashioned European recipes and methods used result in delicacies, which are reasonably simple but always high in taste and quality.Restaurants Darlinghurst
Phone: (02) 9380 8808 | 95 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW
Snakebean is BYO, bargain priced and offers great quality, flavour and exceptional value. You know at Snakebean you can expect great food, great value and friendly staff!! We offer eat-in dining, takeaway and delivery through menulog.Restaurants Darlinghurst Bar Darlinghurst Thai Darlinghurst Vietnamese Darlinghurst Asian Pantry Darlinghurst
Phone: (02) 9361 4567 | 118 Crown Street, Darlinghurst, NSW
Authentic Chinese and Malaysia cuisine prepared by renowned head chef serving only the freshest produce with robust flavours that will satisfy even the most discerning critics.Restaurants Darlinghurst Chinese Restaurant Darlinghurst Takeaway Darlinghurst Malaysian Food Darlinghurst
Phone: (02) 9332 1140 | 85A Stanley St, Darlinghurst, NSW
Reggio Lounge is an Italian Restaurant where you can surely enjoy the tastiest Italian cuisine matched with our equally tasty wines. We provide you with the best food and excellent services.Restaurants Darlinghurst Restaurant Darlinghurst Pizza Darlinghurst Pizzeria Darlinghurst Italian Restaurant Darlinghurst
Phone: (02) 9380 5155 | 112 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst, NSW
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Phone: (02) 9669 4527 | 243 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, NSW
Get ready for an adventure with Gelato Messina's Creative Department, where the brightest gelato ideas in Australia come to life! Since opening its doors in Sydney, the Creative Department has evolved, refined and redefined the ultimate fine dining experience. The seasonal menu is curated by our head chef Remi Talbot, to take you on an immersive and indulgent journey. Paired with complimenting non-alcoholic drinks, this 8 course degustation showcases the perfect balance of sweet, savoury and umami in the comfort of our Darlinghurst restaurant.Restaurants Darlinghurst Restaurant Darlinghurst Events Darlinghurst Team Building Darlinghurst Corporate Events Darlinghurst
Most commonly people think of a place where you sit down and are served by a waiter when you are talking about a restaurant, but restaurants can also include casual establishments and fast food restaurants.
A fine dining restaurant offers full table service and the experience should involve good quality ingredients and a high level of service. Often people will dress up when going to a fine dining restaurant.
The most frequented restaurants are the fast food giants, with number one being McDonald's, followed by KFC and Subway.
A casual dining restaurant is a sit down restaurant where the are less formalities and a more easy going atmosphere. You will generally have a waiter come and take you order and deliver your meal to your table.