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"Dining out should be a shared and relaxed experience with family and friends. The dishes must be of the freshest ingredients where the true flavours of the food play the starring role."Georges Mediterranean Bar & Grill on King Street Wharf is Sydney's ultimate waterfront dining venue with views over Darling Harbour, the best cocktail lounge in the CBD and delicious Mediterranean cuisine.Georges Cafe is located in the Piccadilly Centre and offers a dining haven in the heart of Sydney's shopping district on Pitt Street.
This sun drenched tiki inspired bar will make you feel like you are somewhere in the middle of the Pacific. Famous for the whole suckling pig and well priced piná coladas, this Harbourside oasis is simply a lot of fun. Grab some lunch or dinner then jump on the dance floor and have some tiki fun.
We LOVE EATing PIZZA. We LOVE cooking PIZZA.Located below the Imax Theatre Complex in Darling Harbour, EAT LOVE PIZZA is Sydney's favourite and most innovative pizza restaurant… Sitting right on the sparkling shores of Darling Harbour, EAT LOVE PIZZA is a welcome addition to the area offering families, tourists and locals a delicious lunch or dinner during or after a day exploring Sydney's beautiful harbourside and attractions.
Zaaffran is one of Sydney's best Indian restaurants. It's situated close to the Sydney CBD, on the waterfront at Darling Harbour, across Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf.Zaaffran serves authentic Indian food, brilliantly presented, with breath-taking harbour and city skyline views. Chef/Partner Vikrant Kapoor conjures up innovative delights and elevates Indian cuisine to a fine dining level.Zaaffran has been lauded by over 40 publications and recommended by connoisseurs.Zaaffran is an ideal venue for a romantic dinner for two, for corporate lunches/ dinners, plus for group bookings such as birthday celebrations, anniversaries, wedding receptions, and more.
Frank Criniti, the brainchild behind the success that is Criniti’s today, was born to humble immigrant parents that landed on Sydney shores by boat in the early 60’s.Frank grew up eating traditional Italian food prepared by his Mamma Rosa and the ingredients were mainly dictated by the vegetables growing in his dad’s garden, his pride and joy, of which he dedicated so much time cultivating. An excess of tomatoes meant there was always plenty of sugo for the napolitana sauce prepared daily. His earliest childhood memories include the smell of simmering garlic, olive oil and fresh tomatoes being cooked in a saucepan. Not to mention the annual backyard rituals of making tomato sauce, salamis and home-made vino - rituals still practiced today by the Criniti family.Food preparation and preservation is central to the Criniti way of life and is where his dreams to establish a traditional Italian eatery affording people the opportunity to experience authentic Southern Italian food in a restaurant environment stems fromOne of the most enduring lessons learnt through his vision is that food and eating is an experience. Like most Italians, Calabrians live to eat. The experience of sharing food with family and friends is one that is very sacred and should be cherished and remembered and is why at criniti’s we say...when you’re here, you’re family...salute!“L’ospitalita’ del sud e la genuinita’ della sua cucina sono, per noi ristoratori, ancora sacre...” Frank Criniti
The food of Chinta Ria is based on that funky fusion of three races (Malay, Indian and Chinese) that meet and mingle in Malaysia...
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