The Streets of Barangaroo constitute the region’s culinary precinct and are a perfect way to explore and indulge in Sydney’s gastronomic treats – a must-visit for anyone touring this charming inner-city suburb.
The Streets of Barangaroo, spanning eight in total, stretches from Wulugul Walk to Barangaroo Avenue. The latter is a foreshore promenade that provides the perfect background to enjoy a great meal with beautiful views.
Streets of Barangaroo, Restaurants, Walking Tour, Parking & Map, Sydney
How about Vietnamese dishes? Phomo is a phenomenal way to treat your taste buds to the best of cuisine from the East. Phomo also has a tapas bar on location, so there is no excuse not to enjoy the finest of what is on offer, ‘pho’ real. Phomo is located on 33 Barangaroo Avenue.
Ume Burger is the stuff that all burger dreams are made of. This burger bar boasts Japanese fusion by pairing some of the most incredible combinations for the juiciest burger, served alongside chips and mayonnaise for a finger-licking treat.
Love.fish takes pride in the fact that Sydney is home to some of the best seafood. So if you are looking to indulge in oysters, prawns, mussels paired with some of the best wines, then this is your go-to restaurant. Cirrus also serves excellent seafood with the added advantage of waterfront views in an ambient setting.
If you have a craving for fast food, why not try Belles Hot Chicken? The tantalising hot fried chicken is the best way to start a tour at The Streets of Barangaroo. The famed Chicken Sandwich is a must-try. Alternatively, go for hot and spicy Indian cuisine served at Spiced By Billu’s.
Other food hangouts worth looking out for include Banksii, the city’s first vermouth bar, Lotus for Chinese seafood, as well as Born By Tapavino.
Dining is not all there is to do at these streets, so take some time to enjoy shopping at the diverse fashion boutiques. Barangaroo Reserve also lies close to The Streets of Barangaroo and is an idyllic foreshore park.