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Best restaurants around Darling Harbour – Where cutlery gets excited!

Without a doubt one of Sydney’s tourist-heavy areas, Darling Harbour is beaming with a great many attractions and restaurants. Want to know more on the best places here for a bite?

1) Sepia

If you’re looking for a fancy restaurant minus the pretentious feel, Sepia is the place to be. The atmosphere is truly impressive with an impeccable classic Art Deco theme. The menu, however, is as modern as can be. Whether its food or accommodation, there’s a variety of choice in Sydney Darling Harbour. Hotels can be found everywhere, with most being amazing such as the Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments for example.

2) Beer DeLuxe

If you’re in the tourist district, pay close attention, because once you look past the cliché and incredibly common Clippy koala souvenirs, you’ll find actual wonderment. Beer DeLuxe located down King Street Wharf is a prime example of excellence. The harbourfront beers along with the fun times here are guaranteed to be memorable.

3) The Malaya

There’s a reason why the Malaya Restaurant has been there for 50 years, and you’ll know why the moment you try any of their dishes. They serve an assortment of contemporary and traditional delicacies from Malaysian cuisine that will excite your taste buds.

4) The Port

Located where what was once Jimmy’s Margaritaville, the Port is a spacious spot that serves up a variety of wonderful cool drinks and fresh seafood.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+


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