Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Sydney


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  • RaRa - You may have to line up, but this is the best ramen in town. No cash payment accepted, approx $15-20. 66b Regent St, Redfern
  • Continental Deli - Come to this Mediterranean-inspired eatery for small sharing plates and good wine. Approx. $25-50. No.210 Australia Street, Newtown
  • Bondi Icebergs - Two options here depending on your budget. Their Dining Room is fine dining featuring modern Italian cuisine, with the club offering a more affordable, casual option. Views of Bondi Beach and the photogenic Icebergs pool below. 1 Notts Ave, Bondi
  • Grounds of Alexandria - Famous for brunch, but open into the evening, 'The Grounds' has a city-farm vibe, oozing character and deliciousness. There are a variety of choices of venue, with something to fit all budgets. 2 Huntley St, Alexandria
  • Tramsheds - is a collection of restaurants and markets in Glebe (Forest Lodge), not too far from the city. Trendy and popular with locals, this is a hub for culinary creativity. www.tramshedssydney.com.au
  • Spice Alley - Six hawker-style eateries under a ceiling of glowing lanterns featuring Asian cuisine. BYOB, $15-20 18-20 Kensington Street, Chippendale


  • Bondi Beach to Coogee Walk - This free walk takes approximately 1 ½ hours. You can also walk Bondi to Bronte for a shorter version. A very beautiful walk, but be warned, it gets hilly.
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge - BYou can walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge for free by taking the elevator up outside The Glenmore Hotel. 96 Cumberland St, The Rocks.
  • Opera Bar - A bit on the pricey side, but a drink here comes with an iconic view of the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. A beautiful spot for an evening cocktail. Macquarie St, Sydney.
  • Blue Mountains - About 1 ½ hours out of Sydney you will find picturesque hikes, accessible via public transport. Free.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) - Located in Circular Quay, Sydney Harbour and well worth a look. Free, with some paid exhibits on offer. Enjoy a nice view of the harbour from their café. 140 George St, The Rocks.