Sydney: A Quick Guide to Walsh Bay

Eat and drink your way through wonderful Walsh Bay, a harbouside precinct of Sydney.

From drinks with a view to sunset sails, Walsh Bay is a fantastic precinct to wander and explore. Nestled between The Rocks and Barangaroo, its the perfect spot to sit back and relax with a meal by the water.


Seafood delights at Seventeen

Where to Eat

Zupano Espresso Bar is a delightful Aussie-Terranean food, tea and coffee house, renowned for their decadent Mount Olympus Platter and warm hospitality. Ventuno Pizzeria, Birreria, Enoteca features divine Italian antipasti, pizza, pasta and made-to-order picnic baskets. Eat inside or al fresco as you marvel at the glistening harbour.

Make your way to Lavana for mouthwatering Spanish tapas alongside fun cocktails and excellent wines. Combine two worlds at Hicksons Izakaya, a Japanese tapas bar. You’ll dine in sophistication with delicate flavours guiding themselves across your palate.

Set sail with Sydney Harbour Tall Ships

If you desire seafood and seasonal fare, then Seventeen is the place to go. Experience the unforgettable thrill of cruising Sydney Harbour 
in an authentic 1850s tall ship for a lunch, starlight
 or wine and canapés 
cruise with Sydney
 Harbour Tall Ships.


Dine al fresco at The Gantry.

Drink

Have a drink at Fratelli Fresh, where you can enjoy ever-flowing beers and wines to complement the house-made Italian food. With service that makes you feel like part of the family, you’ll feel gioie della tavola (“the joys of the table”) in no time.

Enjoy a handcrafted cocktail and Sydney's most insta-worthy sunset at Pier One Sydney Harbour, with mouth-watering barbecue delights from the Kerrigan custom charcoal-burning grill and onsite smoker, or
à la carte fare featuring freshly foraged ingredients at The Gantry, a one Chef Hat restaurant.


Relax

Treat yourself at Marie-France Group Hair and Beauty Salon. Relax in a world of French luxury and indulgence as their team of professionals fulfills all your hair needs. 

 

Roshan Sukhla
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Editor of Where Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast)