Place to eat
Amazing views of the iconic Woolloomooloo Wharf. Might even run into Russel Crowe?!
Woolloomooloo Wharf (also known as Finger Wharf) is a historic timber wharf now converted into Sydney's most stylish residential flats and some of Sydney's finest restaurants Akis, China Doll, Manta, Otto and Kingsleys all of which feature views of the Domain and the CBD's skyscrapers. Great for…
Excellent selection of up-market restaurants, great wine lists, watch boats and generally enjoy the atmosphere!
“A relatively new restaurant, this venue has an impressive large open space that has been well decorated.It's a good spot for a coffee and breakfast on the weekend.”
“Take a 10-minute stroll to Victoria Street and have your choice of restaurants: excellent Indian (Malabar), Thai (Spice I Am), Vietnamese, French, Italian, cafes, bars... and more. ”
“Posh golf club. Members only. Though try your luck if you are a member somewhere else.”
“Cowper Wharf Rd Woolloomooloo. Once a caravan on wheels serving predominantly to Garden Island Sailors, late night revellers and English backpackers who reminisce of mushy peas, this cafe has become a stalwart in Sydney's foodie history. Nestled now amongst some of the most expensive real estate Sydney Harbour has to offer Harry's remains just as unpretentious as it always has. The cafe's Tiger is the signature creation of a meat pie topped with perfectly serviceable mashed potato, mushy peas and a big whack of gravy. Or if your in the mood for something spicier and somewhat heavier the Hot Dog comes with chilli con carne. cheese sauce, garlic onions and of course peas. A perfect place if you find yourself in Woolo late at night after a few too many bevies!”