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6 Best Restaurants, Bars & Café Interiors in Sydney

June 13, 2017
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Who said food was the best-looking part of a dinner? Next time you decide to eat out, don’t stop at just Instagramming your meal – check out these 6 Sydney bars and restaurants with breathtaking interiors worthy of sharing with the world.

J&M Whisky Bar, CBD

Restaurant or film set? The perfect vintage-inspired setting to down your whisky and soda, this is as immersive as an interior can get.

Image via Merivale

Bennelong, Bennelong Point

With the timber-framed window sails of the Opera House filtering sunlight into the restaurant, and incomparable views of Sydney’s harbour, Bennelong takes the cake for an elegant, sophisticated, and iconic interior.Image via Bennelong

Hunter and Barrel, Cockle Bay Wharf

A lush wall garden hangs from the ceiling, while an open kitchen and coal fires enhance the social experience of dining and provide a busy backdrop to your meal.Image via Hunter and Barrel

Little Lord Café, Camperdown

Step into an eerily familiar world of pastels, whimsy, and perfectly framed interiors in this kitschy café that evokes scenes from The Royal Tenenbaums & Life Aquatic.Image via Little Lord

Ms. G’s, Potts Point

With a colourful and diverse menu of Asian fusion flavours, the interior of Ms. G’s is just as eccentric, with four levels of booths, communal dining, and wall-mounted tables.
Image via Ms.G’s

Donny’s Bar, Manly

Inner city loft comfort at its best, you’ll forget you’re in surfy Manly while dining under the dim hanging lights and rough, industrial textures.Image via Donny’s Bar

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