The year might just be getting started, but we’ve already scouted out a bunch of exciting new restaurants to visit in Sydney.
Henrys Neutral Bay finding its home in the former digs of the award-winning Woodland Kitchen on Grosvenor Street. This new opening comes off the back of the success of Henrys Cronulla, a favourite in the Shire since opening its doors in 2015. This casual eatery and bar have been welcoming locals into its lofty, light-filled dining room for years, with a Japanese-inspired share-style menu perfect for enjoying among friends after a day at the beach. Find out more here.
After five years in the works, Merivale opened the doors to Coogee Pavilion’s highly anticipated middle floor in early January 2020. One of this trio of new venus is Una Más, a local wine and tapas bar with perfect for those looking for a ‘walk off the beach’ venue. With an undeniably Mediterranean soul, the venue’s uncomplicated menu fuses Spanish and Australian influences with dishes like anchovies on fresh bread, freshly shucked oysters and seafood off the plancha. Find out more here.
Say hello to TOKKI, the new bustling Asian eatery taking inspiration from the izakayas of Seoul and Tokyo. Proudly positioned on Foveaux Street, this vibrant venue is set to serve busy Sydneysiders with an unmissable dose of snacks and share plates washed down by well-made cocktails, sake, Japanese whiskey and so much more. Find out more here.
Introducing No. 92 GPR, a neighbourhood wine bar, café and kitchen with a rich history to share. The venue is proudly positioned on the corner spot of 92 Glebe Point Road, a terrace that has been home to everything from a merchant tailor to a grocer and even a private investigator in its past. The spot was first opened as the Waratah in 1874 by Henry Taylor, marketing the first pub on Glebe Point Road. Find out more here.
Set in one of Sydney’s emerging cultural hubs, Freddie Green’s delivers all-day Italian eats to Sydneysiders. The venue is led by Chef James Metcalfe, who was inspired to launch the venue after jetting abroad to central Italy to research and master authentic culinary techniques and traditional flavours. The result? Expect a casual and welcoming dining destination celebrating the best eats and drinks Italy has to offer. Find out more here.