Restaurants for LGBT in Australia
Great place where the newly paid come to spend their paychecks with good conversations and expensive cocktails. Against the backdrop of the Harbour bridge, you'll find finance types, miners on leave, and everybody in between enjoying the views. The music here turns up later into the night but overall it's a place to kick back and relax with friends or ...Popular withNightlifeDesignTrendsters
Beer hall with best food and room for all. Central CBD location. I wanted to try more of the thai menu but alas have not had it myself but heard nothing but rave reviews. I enjoyed my frosty local brew on tap too. There is some balcony seating where smoking is allowed. Has that Melbourne meets NYC vibe. Great for ...Popular withFoodiesBackpackersLuxury
Try and make sure your group arrives at the same time as they won't seat you until everyone is there. I highly recommend the shrimp and pork shao mai & also the shanghai soup dumpling. Oh... the vegetable and pork wonton with tangy sauce is also delicious! YUMMO!
Icebergs Dining Room at Bondi Beach is the epitome of cool Sydney restaurants. With one of the best views in Sydney, modern Italian food and expert service - you’re treated to an experience that is hard to match anywhere else in the world. We’ve always thought that if you only have 24 hours in Sydney, this is the place to ...Popular withLuxury
Great north facing views here at sunset. Sit out on the patio if it's not chilly and watch light change color over the Harbour. The seafood platter is definitely meant for sharing and has an incredible variety of local crustaceans and mollusks. Have an Aussie beer or wine (or both) to wash it all down. Prices aren't cheap (especially if ...
A breakfast perfection! The dishes are simply amazing, the scrambled eggs along with cured trout and ricotta on toast combo is incredibly fresh and tasty. The flat white coffee was the best I have tasted. The service is very good, the ambiance informal, but nice and the dishes modestly priced.Popular withBusinessLuxury
Taking a trip around Melbourne in an old Colonial Tram car whilst being fed and having unlimited drinks served to you...sounds good? Then don't miss booking a 4 course meal. For a cost of $80 you get 4 courses of excellent food (the fillet steak was incredible and cooked to order) plus wine, champagne and other drinks. Such good value ...Popular withDesignFoodiesLuxury
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After shopping for a didgeridoo in the Rocks shops I was sort of beat. I found this shop off the main street and ordered a hot chocolate and croissant to perk me up. They have a comfy little back courtyard that gets some sun, where you can sip in peace. You can even get a good breakfast or lunch here.Popular withGreen
Free entrance on Thursday, I've been four weeks in a row since the very first time I came here. Huge place, thousands of people, you will have a lot of fun for sure. BUT everybody goes there, that's the point. I lately started to call it "the zoo", and considering the level of intelligence/decency of average people going there that ...Popular withNightlifeBackpackersStudents
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Pleasant beachside spot serving up a mix of mostly Italian and seafood. The less formal cafe (pictured) is quite relaxed but there is also a more formal restaurant. Food and views are excellent.Popular withLuxury