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Eat your way down Oxford Street: 7 must-visit restaurants

Tagliatelle with white truffle and parmigiano reggiano from Big Poppa's. Image: Instagram / @bigpoppas_syd

Eat your way down Oxford Street: 7 must-visit restaurants

If you want to try some of the best food in Sydney, look no further than Oxford Street.

Eat your way down Oxford Street: 7 must-visit restaurants

Many of the city’s top restaurants can be found here, so do yourself a favour and add them to your food bucket list.

From Woollahra to Darlinghurst, here are the best eateries you’ll come across as you make your way down the street.

Hotel Centennial

Merivale’s Justin Hemmes has firmly made his mark on Oxford St, having transformed tired pubs and acquired chic establishments. Hotel Centennial is one of the latter, and is a spacious and stylish restaurant that has a welcoming ambiance both day and night.

 

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Barbetta

Located just off Oxford St on Elizabeth St, Barbetta is worth the detour if you’re the mood for homemade pasta or want to learn how to make your own authentic Italian dishes during one of their classes.

 

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The Paddington

Craving chicken? Check out The Paddington, another Merivale venue. This pub/restaurant/cocktail bar specialises in rotisserie, with particular emphasis on perfectly cooked chooks.

 

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Fred’s

The final Merivale restaurant on our list, Fred’s is serving up beautiful cuisine inspired by the seasons. The open-plan kitchen will make you feel as though you’re dining at a friend’s home in the French countryside.

 

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Saint Peter

If you’re in Sydney for a visit, and only have time to hit one Oxford St eatery, make it Saint Peter. Chef Josh Niland is all about changing the way we think about fish, specialising in cuisine that makes use of the entire carcass.

 

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10 William St

Another restaurant that sits just off Oxford St, this cosy little wine bar and restaurant is intimate Italian dining at its best. Make sure you try the moreish pretzel and whipped bottarga.

 

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Big Poppa’s

If you’re peckish after a late night out, head to Big Poppa’s. They serve their tasty Italian food well into the wee hours of the morning, closing at 3am. You can keep the party going here too, as they play non-stop hip hop until close.

 

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