Gateway Sydney has arrived at Alfred Street, Circular Quay, much to the delight of Sydney locals and visitors alike. This spectacular dining precinct offers a bustling hub of eateries to explore.
Open seven days a week, Gateway Sydney redefines the Circular Quay dining experience by offering visitors more than 25 eateries that focus just as much on the theatre of creating a dish as they do on serving the best quality produce.
Gateway Sydney’s spectacular precinct includes a bustling ground level Café Court ideal for breakfast and lunch on the go, leading up to two new dining floors and a rooftop terrace, perfect for those seeking a more relaxed, dine-in experience for lunch and dinner until late.
Breakfast and Coffee
Start your day with a sweet indulgence: a traditional Bretagne sweet and savoury crêpe, freshly made to order at Four Frogs Creperie. Or head inside to the ground floor Café Court to find Urban Orchard, a delicious health food café offering whole food meals, made with produce sourced from respected growers or Top Juice for a range of smoothies, frappes, juices and breakfast-to-go items fresh from the menu. On Level One, you’ll find the Espresso Room where the 2015 World Barista and 2016 Australian Barista champions serve their signature speciality coffees, including pour over and cold-drip options.
Lunch on the Go
Have a packed itinerary of sightseeing around the city ahead? Head to Gateway’s ground level Café Court and choose from a wide range of fresh and fast lunch options for those on the go. Bread & Fill is a new family-focused concept serving wholesome sandwiches filled with mouthwatering slow roasted meats; The Gozleme Co. delivers gourmet Turkish gozleme using the freshest ingredients made to order; while Rolld brings the streets of Vietnam to Gateway with flavoursome Vietnamese-inspired fare made fresh daily. Popular favourites Schnitz, Oporto and Mad Mex serve the latest quality, fresh food on the go.
Let’s Do Lunch
Looking for the best burgers in town? You can’t go past Neil Perry’s Burger Project. Alternatively, if you’re looking for something lighter with a locomotive theme, Hero Sushi’s 50-metre sushi train could be just the ticket, serving $3.60 plates over lunchtime from Monday to Wednesday and $3.90 plates on weekends. There are even more fresh Asian flavours to experience with the exotic aroma of spices from Chat Thai, while Din Tai Fung serves the most delicate handmade dumplings ever tasted.
For a mouthwatering matinée, Sydney’s own creative masters, Gelato Messina, serve unique, wonderful and delicious gelato—churned right before your eyes! Continuing the European flavour, Zumbo brings Parisian chic to the Quay with a range of delectable cakes, colourful Zumbarons and tantalising tarts and pastries.
Dinner and Drinks
Whether wrapping a day’s sightseeing or looking for a spot to watch the world go by at the end of the day, Sydney’s heritage-listed, 130-year-old Paragon Hotel or Circular Quay icon, The Ship Inn, are ideal locations to sit and relax while watching the hustle and bustle of the Quay. The Ship Inn also boasts an airy courtyard perfect for a pint or two paired with their ever-popular wood fired pizzas.