Time Out Sydney

Where should you be eating in Sydney this month?

The Apollo

44 Macleay St, Potts Point

Sydney chef Jonathan Barthelmess (Coast, Manly Pavilion) is getting back to his roots with an entirely Greek menu. Make sure to order the Full Greek – that’s the $55 feast of lamb ribs, Greek salad, taramasalata, pickles and dessert. Yassou!


83 Percival Rd, Stanmore

Chefs Dan Puskas and James Parry are back together again (they used to run the kitchen at Oscillate Wildly a few years back). This time, they’ve taken over the old Codfather site in Stanmore and are knocking out such treats as a "knuckle sandwich" and jersey milk ice cream with burnt butter.

The Forresters

Cnr Foveaux and Riley St Surry Hills

This is classic Italian red sauce food, only kicked up several notches and served with a large side of fun. Check out the Pay Day pizza if you’re feeling heart hardy – it’s a cardio KO of truffled salami, lobster and truffles. Phwoar


65 Ocean St, Woollahra

Matt Moran, everybody’s favourite telly chef, is back with a brand new restaurant. Yes, you can still spend big at his Quayside restaurant Aria, but now there’s the chance to hit up Chiswick for a $7.50 vitello tonnato slider or maybe just a bowl of orecchiette with tomato, basil and pine nuts.

Three Blue Ducks

143 Macpherson Street, Bronte

It’s a good time for young chefs at the moment. Guys like Barthelmess, Puskas and Parry are all pushing the boat with new restaurants and Darren Robertson has joined the fray. The ex-Tetsuya’s head chef has taken his fine dining skillz and applied them to this breezy Bronte café. Check out strawberries and sea salt meringue or maybe the eggs and blood pudding.

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