Top 5 Sydney Restaurants with Best Views
One of the privileges of traveling to a city like Sydney is that it’s easy to find a table at which you can eat fantastic food at the same time, enjoy the temperate climate of the east coast and some of the most beautiful views in the world.
If you dine in one of the green suburbs north of the bridge, on the beach in Bondi or in one of the leading restaurants in the Circular Quay area, overlooking the Harbor Bridge and the Opera House, you should return home with the best memories. Panoramic restaurants are ideal for making a sweetheart, celebrating the start of a journey and discovering the wild starry horizons of an Australian big city and its natural beauty.
This list could consist of several dozen excellent restaurants, but here you will find five, with the best panoramic views in the city.
The restaurant, which is equally loved by both locals and tourists, is located on the roof of the customs, opposite the Circular Quay area. This implies views of the Harbor Bridge and the Opera, rushing pedestrians and wandering ferries. As for food, it is divine.
This place is not cheap, but when the food is so tasty and the view is so good, who can find fault with the prices? For years, this restaurant has attracted locals, tourists, sometimes even celebrities who want to sit by the window and watch the wave breaking on the beach at Bondi Beach. Put on your best outfit and prepare to behave appropriately.
You will find a festive atmosphere in the Opera Bar, located in the lobby right behind the opera house. The bar, of course, has tables inside the establishment, for example in case of rain, but most likely you will want to transfer to the bar or to those tables that are located right on the edge of Sydney Harbor. Order a bottle of wine and a plate with onion rings (served with paprika). Great place for a selfie on the background of the Harbor Bridge.
This fashionable place is visited by office workers and tourists who want a thrill. Altitude Restaurant is located on the 36th floor. It serves modern Australian cuisine (lamb, swordfish, etc.) and on weekends a 4-course menu is offered at a fixed price.
If you regularly visit top restaurants, this is the place for you. The beautiful decor and central location of the Circular Quay combines with great views of the Opera and Harbor Bridge. The food is also unique. Chef Peter Grillmore’s specialties provide the restaurant with some of the best in Australia.