GASTRONOMY

The gastronomic scene of Sydney is portrayed by an expansive number of new items and natural root that are offered in its eateries. Because of its area near the sea, fish and shellfish are the star elements of formulas. As of now, among the most cutting edge eateries is the butterfly lobster serving of mixed greens, a pervasive sort of fish. The barramundi, the creepy crawly crab and the yabby, which is a kind of crawfish, are additionally generally utilized in nearby food.

Regarding the areas, in Darling Harbor and East Circular Quay, you can find all kinds of restaurants. Although in the first area there are somewhere you pay more for the spectacular views they offer than for the quality of the food. To the east of the city highlights Victoria, Darlinghurst and Crown streets by the high concentration of restaurants.

In Chinatown, as you can imagine, you can find a lot of Asian restaurants at a reasonable price, and in the vicinity of Harris Park authentic Indian cuisine. Another recommendable area in Newtown, where the cheap places frequented by students abound. The city has a specific alternative style, and you can find many types of restaurants: Italian, Japanese, Turkish, Australian.

NIGHT LEISURE

The city at night has many possibilities. If you want to have fun with the activities that Sydney offers, you have festivals at any time of the year, mainly in summer. The offer of dance, theater or cinema shows is also comprehensive.

If instead, you prefer to set up something on your own, the city has many bars, pubs, and clubs that you can go with your friends. But you must know that only some are licensed to open all night, many close before 3: 00. You should also think about the payment entries and the dress codes since in some places they take them into account.

The bars that tourists usually go to are Scubar, The World Bar and Hot Damn. For their part, students from the city gather in the Inner West area, especially in the Manning, Round House and The Loft university bars. As for clubs include Ivy, Marquee, Home Sydney and Arq, this very popular last among the gay community.

To be on top of what happens in Sydney night, we recommend the Time Out Sydney website, which has a complete section on nightlife where you can find information about bars, concerts and all kinds of artistic performances.

SHOPPING

In Sydney, you have several shopping centers and stores that you should not miss. To start, we recommend  Birkenhead Point, a place where there are always discounts and deals on clothing. Also, if you go by car, they have parking lots with a large number of seats.

If you are interested in buying jewelry, you will be successful going to DFS Gallery, an international chain where you will find all kinds of luxury items. Another recommended mall is Harborside Shopping, where you can buy clothes, accessories, shoes, souvenirs from Australia and a lot of other things.

In  Market City, you will find practically everything: clothing, footwear, accessories, food, electronics, optics, pharmacy, restaurants, and even products and beauty centers. But if you want to go to a shopping center different from what you’ve seen before, you have to visit the  Queen Victoria Building, with three floors and more than 200 stores. It is a building with a baroque decoration and very different from the current shopping centers. Also, it hosts exhibitions that will certainly not leave you indifferent.