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Also known as Kingsford Smith Airport, the Sydney’s main airport is located in the suburb of Mascot, approximately 8 km from Sydney’s City Center. Situated next to Botany Bay, the airport has three runways: the east-west, north-south, and third. As the busiest airport in Australia, Sydney Airport caters around 35 million passengers every year. In this airport, passengers go through one of the three terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2, and Terminal 3 for domestic flights that’s exclusively operated by an Australian airline.
Three Blue Ducks
A small franchised restaurant in the Bronte and Rosebery area in Sydney, Three Blue Ducks is known for their amazing spread of food. Famous for having an attractive group of waiters and waitresses, diners can get a great selection of menu using locally sourced produce with great service. If you plan on visiting Three Blue Ducks, you may want to book your table weeks in advance, becasue it won’t be easy finding one free. This popular restaurant is helmed by talented chefs Mark LaBrooy, Darren Robertson, and Masterchef Australia winner Andy Allen. They serve brunch to dinner, with fresh Modern Australian cuisine taking centre stage. Want to see what they got? Visit http://www.threeblueducks.com/!
The Grounds of Alexandria
A picture perfect cafe that will give your social media a barrage of likes, The Grounds of Alexandria in Huntley Street was named the prettiest cafe in Sydney. Even though The Grounds boasts an extensive selection of menu, this place is famous for its coffee. Having a coffee roaster in house, The Grounds have separate espresso stations for dine-in orders and takeaways. You may bump into a long wait for a table, especially on weekends, but The Grounds will always your time worth while. Visitors would bring the family along, as the kids can play at the petting zoo in The Grounds, and get to know the stars of the place: a pig named Kevin Bacon and a lamb named Bradley.
The Boathouse Shelly Beach
The ideal spot for a fun Sunday brunch with delightful company and good food, topping it all is the serene surroundings and stunning view of the ocean. The Boathouse at Shelly Beach in Sydney is definitely one of the best brunch places in town. It is a part of The Boathouse group that runs similar establishments across Sydney, each with iconic beach front view and sea breeze. Being close to the sea, The Boathouse is well known for its wide range of fresh seafood dishes, from fried flathead to oysters with various sides and sauces.
KOI Dessert Bar
This dessert bar is one of the recent hypes in town. Run by Indonesian pastry chef who is a Masterchef Australia finalist, Reynold Poernomo, KOI Dessert Bar at Chippendale Sydney is one sweettooth haven. Serving a wide selection of desserts that deserve its 3 Michelin Star, Chef Reynold established KOI with his brother who is also an acclaimed chef Arnold Poernomo after several successful pop-ups. If you do get the chance to visit KOI, don’t forget to try their best: Chocolate Sphere that consists of Chocolate Mousse, Raspberry Gel, Consommé Jelly, Chocolate Almond Soil, Chocolate Ganache and Strawberry; Coconut Kalamansi and The Naked Tart. And if you want more room for more, get their tasting plate with a little bit of all their best selections.
LuMi Bar & Dining
One of Sydney’s best kept secret, LuMi Bar & Dining is a Japanese-Italian fusion fine dining restaurant located in Pyrmont. Positioned on the wharf, its extensive glass walls make dining at LuMi a pampering to the eyes as much as the tastebuds. Led by Head Chef Federico Zanellato, you will be able to try their eight-course menu at AUD 115, which will give you full flavours of their fusion menu, with highlights such as the Italian rendition of Chawanmushi with sprinkles of parmesan. The pasta dishes that they have are also something you will surely devour in an instant. A modern fusion of the best of both worlds, LuMi is the place for a perfect evening delight.
Haven: Tailoring Coffee Joyously
Serving specialty coffee, Haven in Surry Hills brings forth a one-of-a-kind experience unlike other coffee houses. Coffee lovers and those who seek to spend their free time at a comfortable space along with delicious coffee and dishes can have their liking tailored to perfection. From coffee origin, brewing temperature and time, grind size, sweetness, you name it they’ll make it. To accompany your perfect cup of coffee, try out their famous egg waffles, pork belly kimchi, and cheese burger!
The perfect place for a celebration, Catalina in Rose Bay is one place you can go to for that special occasion. This restaurant’s stunning view makes the perfect setting for romantic dinners. This family-owned restaurant has been around for twenty years, and is known for their top notch seafood dishes. The interior boasts floor-to-ceiling windows to fully immerse in the scenic view of Rose Bay.
Voted as the best gelato in all of Australia, lovers of this Italian delight must not miss Gelato Messina when in Sydney. The popular gelato cafe has a total of eleven outlets across the New South Wales capital. What makes this gelato place special, you ask? It would be the fact that they only use raw and natural ingredients when making their gelatos and other creations. No preservatives and chemical food enhancements or colorings involved! Gelato that tastes great with all-natural ingredients? What more could you ask for?
If you are looking for is a warm homemade on a cold night in Sydney, Jamie’s Italian at Pitt Street is the place to go. TV personality Jamie Oliver runs a total of six restaurants in all of Australia, and the one here especially, will make you queue a bit longer if you haven’t book a table yet. Stepping in, you will be welcomed with a pasta-making station where one man is making their famous pasta from scratch. The place is deceivingly small from the outside, but you will be surprised as to how spacious the restaurant actually is. With a classic interior and warm ambiance to suit the hearty classic Italian dishes, Jamie’s Italian is certainly a must dine in Sydney!
Bringing the Modern Australian theme, Bennelong is a restaurant in Sydney helmed by chef Peter Gilmore who has been successful with his restaurant Quay on the other side of the Circular Quay. Nestled inside the iconic Opera House, Bennelong’s interior is radiant, with perfect lighting to add to the grandeur of the space. Dining alongside the stunning view of the Sydney Harbour, diners can choose classic Australian favorites from pavlova, to roast lamb, King George whiting, and other fine produce Australia has to offer. Also perfect for celebrating special occasions, Bennelong promises an evening to remember with your loved ones.