Cheese is a big deal in Sydney, and a few new cheese-focused spots have popped up across the city recently. It’s a great thing. This one is named after a legendarily smelly British variety. You’ll find a wall of interesting cheeses to try, both imported and locally made. You can dine-in for wine, cheese boards, and croque monsieurs, or take some home.
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Once you manage to find Love Tilly Devine hidden down an alleyway in Potts Point, you’ll be greeted by a massive natural wine list and a fun crowd.
10 William St
A Paddington hole-in-the-wall with excellent Italian food and even an better wine selection.
Poly is a bar/restaurant in an old furniture showroom with a great bar and a menu of small, snacky plates.
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For Chinese food in a grand setting, head to Mr. Wong. The two-levels are beautifully decorated and the whole menu is excellent.
Ester Restaurant & Bar
Almost everything you order at Ester is going to come out of a wood-fired oven. It’s all great, but make sure to get the oysters and sausage senga.
Want to eat excellent French food and feel like you’re in a glamorous European mansion? Hubert in the Central Business District is the place for you.
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