For a delicious but not-too-fancy meal that you can fit into a lunch hour. Where can you find the best quick and casual lunch around the hotel?
A few things to note when finding the right place to eat.
With interrupted views of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge on the rooftop of the MCA building. Easily take on a board the Lamb Kefta with fennel, mint, feta & pomegranate salad ($25) or the Grilled chicken brochettes, Ras el Hanout & tabbouleh salad ($28), add a glass of wine for $5.
A casual bite in the rocks can be enjoyed at the Argyle kitchen. From classic pub favourites, pizza, share plates, burgers and salads. Daily lunch specials on are on offer Mon-Fri from 12-3pm. The Classic shack cheeseburger with a beer/wine or soft drink $20. But we wouldn’t go past the 12” Green Pesto Vegetarian pizza ($20).
Enjoy award-winning fine dining for a fraction of the cost at Sydney’s leading training restaurant. Imagine, affordable and delicious three-course menu prepared by chefs in training for only $38.
A cutting-edge grill restaurant down a laneway in The Rocks, nestled along the historic Kendall Lane. Menu includes wood-fired grilled meats, seafood and small plates. Take a bite of the 250g Rangers Valley rump steak, South American salsa, served with fries $28.
Walsh Bay is a great spot for authentic Italian cuisine. Expect the freshest seasonal vegetables, the finest pressed olive oils, extensive selection of imported cheeses, freshly made juices and tasty antipasto plates. Weekday three-course set menu offers an antipasti, secondi and dolce for $35pp
Sydney restaurants are constantly reinventing themselves, distilling all the elements of a long lunch. Sumptuous surroundings, delicious food and excellent wines.
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