Top Hotel Restaurants in Sydney You Need To Check Out
When we travel, we all want to tick off a few boxes on our checklist to make sure we are making the most out of our trip: we must be in a location that offers prime places of interest, it should be accessible to commute stations, and the hotel we are staying in must offer accommodation that surpasses room amenities and facilities. Once we have ticked them all off, we will surely have an awesome trip.
One important factor in choosing our hotels is the restaurant and the food that they serve. As far as hotels go, Star has the best restaurants in Sydney, offering a fine dining experience with dishes that is uniquely prepared and a wine list every sommelier running to it. But here we will list down some of the top hotel restaurants that serve remarkable dishes you definitely should not miss.
Located in the 19th century building of the InterContinental, Cafe Opera offers a one-of-a-kind buffet that features live cooking stations and a spectacular dessert display. And if you are not into self-serve dining, you can always try the extensive French-inspired a la carte menu.
Glass Brasserie at Hilton Sydney
Known for their ever-changing menu, the Glass Brasserie offer seasonal dishes that focuses on local Australian ingredients. Under the culinary direction of Chef Luke Mangan, the restaurant at Hilton Sydney offers a ‘dining with style’ experience, and a wine collection encased in a glass column at the centre of the restaurant.
Balla at The Star
An authentic Italian culinary journey is what Chef Stefano Manfredi promises at Balla restaurant at The Star. Their modern interpretation of Italian cuisine feature a wood-fired grill for a truly genuine dining with a beautiful view of the harbour to boot. The restaurant has received 3 Goblets rating from Gourmet Traveller Wine List of The Year 2016 for their amazing collection of Italian wines.
Gowings Bar & Grill at QT Sydney
Delectable European dishes are being served at the Gowings Bar & Grill at QT Sydney. The place itself offers a unique, cutting-edge aesthetic that travellers will love to see. Their specialty includes wood-fired rotisserie and a specially curated wine program for amateur winemakers.
So while you are getting ready for exciting trips ahead, spend a unique foodie time at these top hotel restaurants for a one-of-a-kind Australian vacation.