According to the Daily Telegraph, Sydneysiders derive great pleasure from anything fresh and trendy, including restaurants and diners. As a matter of fact, every time a new establishment becomes open for business, the venue is jammed in a flash with locals and tourists craving for a gastronomical experience.

To date, Sydney’s other famous tour now includes restaurant hopping. With the ever-changing dynamics of Sydney’s dining scene, these best new restaurants have quickly adapted and are now gaining attention for all the right reasons.

Touring Sydney’s Best New Restaurants

As per The Australian, Sydney “remains as the country’s epicentre of hot restaurant openings.” The following restaurants will prove why is that.

Restaurant Hubert
15 Blight Street, Sydney

Those who would want to experience a slice of Paris must head straight to Hubert’s on Blight Street. The restaurant now serves lunch from 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm, aside from the usual dinner at 5:00 pm to 1:00 am. The ambience inside Hubert’s is sexy and the interiors are adorned with bottles and various characters. Of course, their menu is full of exquisite dishes, such as the steak tartare and chicken a la jardiniere. Hubert’s style, food and customer service make it a must-visit restaurant in Sydney.

Long Chim
14 Martin Place, Sydney

Long Chim serves delicious and authentic Thai cuisines. Aside from its Sydney branch, the casual dining restaurant can also be traced in Singapore and Perth. Like what you will expect from a good restaurant, the staffs in Long Chim are very friendly and welcoming. Some of their popular dishes are the Siamese watercress, mashed shrimp curry and of course, pad thai. Come visit Long Chim to fill up your taste buds with mouth-watering Thai food.

10/23 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo

Cirrus offers a magnificent view of Darling Harbour, Pyrmont and Goat Island, and a casual, fine dining experience to its customers. Their menu is quite reasonable, considering that standout seafood dishes are available. Since the place is always swarming with hungry locals, it is advised that you make a reservation before visiting Cirrus.

Messina Creative Department
241 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney

If you want a taste of “nectars of the gods”, then you better make your a reservation at Messina Creative Department. Customers will be treated with a 7-course degustation that is best consumed with the restaurant’s delicious liquid concoctions.

5 Kensington Street, Chippendale

Automata provides an affordable fine dining experience in Chippendale’s burgeoning dining hub. The restaurant has a sophisticated interior, great customer service, and overly friendly personnels. Automata also boasts its modern, yet flavorful dishes that are prepared with tang and served in an artisanal way.

Continental Deli Bar and Bistro
210 Australia Street, Newton

Continental Deli Bar and Bistro is the best lace for food enthusiasts who are looking for tasty handmade charcuterie, an assortment of great cheese and homemade recipes. They have amazing interiors that give a homey feeling once inside. The customer service is also superb!