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What are you favorite restaurants in the Rocks area in Sydney?

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    To avoid the "tourist trap restaurants" I recommend Mr Chows on top of the Captain Cook Hotel at the end of Kent Street.

    Great Chinese food, very reasonably priced and you can even get water views facing west. Its even BYO wine although the wine list is also reasonably priced. about 6 years ago

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    I had a great dinner at Sailor's Thai - one of the best Thai meals I've ever had. There's both a casual and a formal restaurant...I went to the casual one.

    On a local recommendation, we went to "Wild Fire" down by the water...it was excellent, but very expensive (which, for me, kind of detracts from the excellent because a great meal doesn't have to bankrupt you!).

    Here's a travel blog I wrote on our visit...other restaurants in other areas are mentioned. Bon voyage!

    http://www.travelblog.org/Oceania/Australia/New-South-Wales/blog-483904.html about 6 years ago

    Answered by Janet E. Dore Janet E. Dore via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Try the sky bar (not the real name) at the Shangrila hotel.36th floor. Some of the best views. Moderately expensive. Drinks only. There is restaurant next door. about 6 years ago

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    If you like pub food, you should pop into the Hero of Waterloo on the Lower Fort Street. It's a really cool historic pub at the 'back' of the Rocks district. The menu's decent and the prices are not too steep. All in all a very nice pub to sit down to a meal and relax after a day of wandering around the area... http://heroofwaterloo.com.au/ about 6 years ago

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    Sake in The Rocks is amazing!! Best Japanese food I've ever had. A little pricey but well worth it. If you're a Sake fan you won't be disappointed the selection is extensive over 5 years ago

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    Really depends on your budget and what u where looking for. There are a few great fine dining options as well as good quality places a little cheaper. For fine dining you couldnt go past rockpool for seafood, quay to be amazed, and wild fire for a great brazilian grill. Mr chows is great for chinese, sake great japanese and the australian heritage has top rate pub grub. Another great option down there is the Lowenbrau, little bit touristy but still great fun.

    Have fun, enjoy where ever u end up going over 5 years ago

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