Sydney is one of the world's great cities. But after a morning wandering through the buildings and harbors, the best place to relax in Sydney is filled with a more natural beauty. The Royal Botanic Gardens are right next to downtown's towering skyscrapers, and yet you feel a world away. Wander the footpaths, have a picnic at water's edge, or ...
Restaurants near Royal Botanic Gardens
- 10.47 mi0.47 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens
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 withTrendstersOutdoorFoodies
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- 30.62 mi0.62 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens6 reviews
Great place just to chill out with a cuppa in hand.Popular withGreenWellness
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- 50.61 mi0.61 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens
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
- 60.42 mi0.42 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens5 reviews
Spice Temple in Bligh St is a great Sydney Asian restaurant and a favourite for business lunches. After a short break I returned to find it is still one of Neil Perry’s great ventures. This was one of the first Asian restaurants in Sydney to deliver a taste of Asia rather than one specific Asian cuisine – and it works! ...Popular withVegetarian
- 70.95 mi0.95 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens4 reviews
We finally booked a high tea in this place and they met my expectation. I was actually hoping to hang out at the couches but they were the first ones to be booked out. The place exudes sophistication and you'd be out of place if you turn up in your jeans and shirt. The only downside is the cramped space, ...
- 80.93 mi0.93 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens5 reviews
great food and an accommodating kitchen (I've eaten with gluten intolerant friends). Kobe Jones is perfect on a sunny day looking across Cockle Bay and the views are equally great at night. The menus has many great dishes to the extent you will be hard pressed to choose. Best with more than a couple so you can taste more of ...
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- 120.8 mi0.8 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens3 reviews
YUM! Good sushi at really great prices for Sydney. I came here with three friends for an early dinner, while I was on vacation in Sydney. I was left feeling poor & unsatisfied after nearly every meal in Sydney... everything is so expensive & not that good! I was pleasantly surprised by Sushi on Stanley. It's definitely a bit of ...
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- 160.92 mi0.92 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens
I went with my team and it was a goal of some of ours to try a many draft beers as we could. The beer is brewed in house and very delicious. Draws a great crowd and its as local of a place you can getPopular withLocalNightlifeStudents
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- 180.42 mi0.42 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens
We always visit Harrys when we are in Sydney. The pie and peas are legendary - the best bar none. You'll be back for seconds! Just benches to sit on but you can watch the world go by as you scoff your pie. Other takeaways available too. Seems to be open very late, so good for a late night feed. ...Popular withBudgetAdventureFoodies
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- 200.87 mi0.87 mi from Royal Botanic Gardens3 reviews
This hip Thai restaurant is extremely popular and there is always a little bit of a wait. They are pretty efficient given the volume of people they are able to serve on any given night. The food was tasty and fresh and cooked to your preferred level of spice. Everything we had was fantastic and the prices were great too.Popular withTrendsters