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The Owl House

The Owl House is a hidden gem that heightens the senses of even the fussiest foodies. Located in the vibrant suburb of Darlinghurst, this culinary locale exudes cosy, artistic décor coupled with interesting dishes and of course, complimented by both classic and cutting edge cocktails. The Owl House offers a unique all-inclusive degustation experience of great value in which 6 courses can be matched with not only wine but also palatable cocktail selections. Remember to try their “Mojito Sphere”.
Eugene (Concierge)
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Sydney Dance Lounge

The bacon & egg rolls from Sydney Dance Lounge are the best in town! Plus you don’t have to go far from the hotel to get them.
James (Reservations)
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Yayoi Garden

Very tasty meals and simple atmosphere. The service is good and friendly. Exceptionally good value for high quality Japanese food. The miso soup is delicious!
Claire (Concierge)
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ACME

I would definitely recommend ACME at Rushcutters Bay. Best Italian in the land! The Linguini with Black Garlic & Burnt Chilli and the Pigs Head Macaroni are off the charts.
Jack (Front Office)
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The Spice Room

Best Indian food I’ve ever had! The butter chicken in particular was amazing. Friendly service and the prices are great.
Mark (Concierge)
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Butter

Butter in Surry Hills sells fried chicken and artisan ice cream, but with a twist. It’s all about the sauces you can get with the chicken. It’s amazing and not fancy at all!
Rodrigo (Front Office)
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Emperor's Garden Bakery

After a long shopping day in Chinatown, buy a small take away box of the creamy cream puffs from Emperor’s Garden Bakery. There’s always a queue there – for good reason! For $3.00 you can get 10 cream puffs but be warned, once you start eating it’s hard to stop! They’re yummiest when they’re piping hot.
Maria (Restaurant)
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Lucio Pizzeria

The food is amazing! Real authentic Italian pizzas in a lovely small square in Darlinghurst. The waiters make you feel at home and the atmosphere is relaxed.  Best pizzas I ever tasted!
Claire (Concierge)
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Mojo Picon @ EQ Markets

There’s a stall at the Entertainment Quarter Markets named Mojo Picon and they sell the tastiest, juiciest, yummiest chorizo in town! You can get yourself a super filling lunch of grilled Chorizo Roll and top it with as much Spanish Garlic Mayo as you want. The staff are super bubbly and friendly. Buy some of their secret salsa verde sauce if you want to do some BBQ prawns at home.
Maria (Restaurant)
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Red Lantern

Red Lantern in Darlinghurst. It’s kind of tiny but the food is extremely good and the dishes are massive so it’s a good one as well. I went there for my birthday!
Rodrigo (Front Office)
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Home Thai Sussex

Great Thai food and great atmosphere. It’s always packed, but it’s worth the wait.
Julien (Concierge)
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Nel Restaurant

Nel in Surry Hills AMAZING
Amy (Executive Office)
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The Glenmore

Nice view in the heart of The Rocks. Great old pub with great views of the Opera House. Large tables also available outside. Definitely wouldn’t describe the food as a pub food. Great taste and presentation.
Marina (Concierge)
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Butler Sydney

Butler Sydney
Amy (Executive Office)
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Burnt Orange

Burnt Orange. It’s an old golf club house in Mosman. They have views of the heads and great breakfast & lunch. There is a cool gift shop as well!
Fiona (HR)
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The Apollo

The Apollo
Amy (Executive Office)
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Ramen Kan

There’s a hidden spot in Chinatown called Ramen Kan – an amazing Japanese Ramen restaurant. You order via iPads and you will have to catch an elevator to the restaurant (which is also hidden). Service is super quick and the food is so so fresh!
Monique (HR)
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La Renaissance Patisserie

La Renaissance is a great French bakery in The Rocks . Love their ham and cheese croissants and their cheese sticks. They also make amazing macarons – salted caramel are the best! You can order a coffee and sit in the courtyard just at the back of the café. It’s a nice, quiet spot of those who want to read a book or get away from the busy CBD.
Maria (Restaurant)
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