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The Best Hotel Restaurants in Sydney

Elevate your evening with the best hotel restaurants in Sydney.


Have you heard? Hotel restaurants are having a revival and we're all aboard. Boasting central locations, swish bars and decadent interiors, these schmick spots give off the kind of holiday energy we thrive on. Best of all, you can easily turn dinner and drinks into a sweet staycation. Award winning and with many of them hatted to boot, you'll want to give each of Sydney's best hotel restaurants a whirl. 

Bar Morris

Bar Morris at Hotel Morris

Just moments from Sydney's bustling Haymarket, Bar Morris is a bit of a hidden gem. The hotel and bar are inspired by Dante's inferno and boasts a glam red Art Deco theme throughout. It feels cosy without being homely and delivers an all-round buzzy atmosphere. But the food is the real clincher. Southern Italian chef Rosy Scatigna brings zest to the menu with a tight curation of seasonal dishes. 

412 Pitt Street, Haymarket 

Sydney Common

Sydney Common at Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park

Sydney Common is serving views out over Hyde Park paired with a menu packed with some of Australia's best producers and we couldn't want anything more from an elevated meal out. You can look forward to Baker Bleu bread, LPs Quality Meats charcuterie and beef from Vic's Meat woven throughout Sydney Common's seasonal menus as well as woodfire-grilled mains and drinks menu boasting a little bit of everything, including a wide selection of premium wines by the glass. Perfecto!

161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney 


BTWN at W Sydney

Overlooking Sydney's Darling Harbour and sitting 'between' the sweeping city expressways, BTWN in the luxury W Sydney Hotel. Designed to embrace the urban sleek feel of it's location, BTWN offers up a contemporary Australian menu featuring locally sourced ingredients and showcasing innovative dishes from grilled Australian Banana Brawns with chicken thighs in XO sauce to Australan Bay Lobster with Aleppo Pepper and scorched lime.

31 Wheat Road, Sydney


Atelier at Sofitel 

Sofitel never do things by halves, so it comes as no surprise that Sofitel Darling Harbour's primary restaurant Atelier serves up top-tier meals. Classic grill meets French feast with dishes like dry aged duck breast and whole market fish roasted over charcoal just two delights gracing the menu. Soak up views of Sydney's sparkling Darling Harbour whilst setting about your feast. There's little wonder Atelier has scored two hats!

12 Darling Drive, Sydney 

Brasserie 1930

Brasserie 1930 at Capella

Scoring two hats in their first year, Brasserie 1930 is a destination unto itself. Impeccable interiors set the scene for an excellent meal. The Bentley Group, the masterminds behind Yellow, Cirrus and Monopole, are also behind Brassier 1930's approachable fine dining menu that champions fresh Australian produce with a French brasserie twist. Pair with a stay at the luxurious Capella hotel and a treat from Brasserie 1930's roving cheese trolley and you won't be forgetting this dining experience anytime soon. 

24 Loftus Street, Sydney


Parlour at QT 

No one does romance like the French so take your date to  Parlour, for a night you won't forget. Step inside and be transported to Paris with an eclectic selection of wines, cocktails and classic French fare with a modern twist. Standout dishes include the  Escargot with smoked ham, pea purée and garlic butter, the chicken liver parfait and the twice-baked goat's cheese souffle. If you're stopping by for a late bite the Raclette Cheese jaffle is a must.

49 Market Street, Sydney

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