Places where you can eat and drink in Sydney, Australia

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Thanks to the existence of a thriving Asian community in Sydney, here you can taste a variety of authentic and tasty food, originally from the neighboring continent.

In August, Bang Bang, an interior inspired by the comfort of Tokyo, opened in a fashionable shopping area in Darling Square. Japanese dishes, including katsu and sashimi, are served here with traditional sake, Japanese beer and cocktails styled as traditional lanterns and neon signs. Vegetarians will appreciate the spicy tofu salad $ 9.80 (£ 6).

Weekend brunch is not just food in Sydney. Like surfing, it is a lifestyle. You should stop at the Bondi Icebergs Club Bistro for tasting seasonal Australian dishes, served on the stylish terrace overlooking the famous Instagram pool and Bondi Beach. And then swim in it, enjoying the refreshing depths of the ocean. Access to the swimming pool and sauna can be paid for $ 7 (£ 4).

Lentil as Anything is a non-profit public restaurant based in the western suburb of Newtown, the bohemian heart of Sydney. It serves national cuisine, including curry, dal and burrito. Open daily from 6 to 9 pm.

If you want to sweetie, you should go to Hakiki Turkish Ice Cream on nearby Enmore Road. Here, ice cream is made according to traditional Turkish technologies, giving it a special, not similar taste.

The Lobo Plantation, named after Cuban sugar baron Julio Lobo, is a basement bar that locals prefer to keep private from tourists. It can be found at the end of Clarence Street. A curved wooden staircase descends into a bright bar with more than 250 different types of rums, reggae inspired music, and trendy art deco paintings. Open from Monday to Saturday, from 16:00 to 17:00.

Located in the historic quarter of The Rocks, The Glenmore Hotel is positioned as a place that enchants with the charm of the Old World with elements of modern decor. This red-brick bar is direct evidence that the guest doesn’t need to fork out at a high-priced restaurant for perfect ideas about Sydney. And heading to the roof, here you can see a panoramic view of the harbor, the Sydney Opera House and the skyline of the Central Business District. Open from 11:00 to 21:00 from Mondays to Fridays, during weekends the opening hours may change.

Young Henrys is a bar in Newtown with a private brewery that offers many varieties of exclusive beers from famous producers, as well as tastings. Their main philosophy is to brew beer on site, using the freshest ingredients, and to minimize the negative impact on the environment, through the use of reusable glassware. Open daily from 12:00 to 19:00.

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