Sydney’s award-winning all-day dining bistro and bar offers diners and hotel guests a stylish and contemporary restaurant. The menu revolves around modern bistro concepts with seasonal, locally grown and sourced produce which are being used in a variety of ways.
Celebrating 23 years of success in 2018, this stylish restaurant owes its white hat status to dishes that elevate Japanese fare to high art. Visit for a dining experience with a real sense of occasion, and enjoy Kimitaka Azuma’s spectacular Japanese dishes during the Festival.
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Situated in a 1930s tyre factory, Bar Machiavelli is an expression of traditional Neapolitan cuisine. Prepared under the guidance of head chef and owner, Paola Toppi, the restaurant’s signature is its house-made pasta and seasonal dishes. Bar Machiavelli’s wine list and cocktail menu have a strong Italian focus, with a southern Italian twist.
Barrel Bar & Dining is situated just a few doors down from Cremorne’s iconic Orpheum theatre. Owners and sommeliers Tony Binning (Gordon Ramsay’s, London) and Alex Searle (Momofuku) joined forces with head chef Jeremy Pace (Guillaume at Bennelong) for this wonderful bar/eatery. The menu features modern Australian cooking and changes regularly. With an eclectic mix of snacks, substantial share plates and a three or five course dining option, there's something to suit all appetites.
Chefs Gallery is a multi-award-winning Chinese dining experience, combining food with artistry. From the theatre of handmade noodles being stretched and dumplings rolled for each artful dish, the experience nourishes your senses.
Fix Wine Bar + Restaurant is a small, 60-seat spot with a great little front bar where you can eat, drink and chat to the team. The focus is on quality seasonal produce in the kitchen, and the 250+ wine list showcases handcrafted – often natural – wines from around the globe.
‘Long Chim’ means come and try. With acclaimed chef David Thompson at the helm, the restaurant is faithful to the energy and flavours of Bangkok street food. Long Chim’s food offerings are shared, and the menu offers a vibrant selection of fragrant, aromatic and spicy dishes to excite your taste buds.
A rich tapestry of the new world of Shanghainese cuisine with a nod to Cantonese cuisine. Experience their famed Lotus dumplings with a selection of modern Chinese dishes showcasing the best Australian produce.
Situated right by the water’s edge, Opera Bar is often described as the best beer garden in the world. Be swept away by the panoramic views of the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, CBD and beautiful Harbour. Curated by the renowned Chef Matt Moran, the menus offer a wide range of options, appealing to all palates.
Discover dining in the best seats in the house, where you can relax Harbour-side with uninterrupted views and table service. Indulge in a modern Australian menu designed and prepared by Head Chef Daniel Stewart. Sydney Film Festival attendees can choose between lamb shank with steamed chat potatoes and gremolata or truffles mushroom ragu pasta with a glass of wine.
Hubert is a French restaurant in the heart of downtown Sydney, perfect for pre or post film dining. Live music every Wednesday and Thursday until late. Steak-frites, escargots, crème caramel, Burgundy and good times await.
The Ritz Bar, upstairs at The Ritz Cinema, is open daily offering a wide range of craft beers, wines and spirits on the beautiful balcony. The staff are experienced in the art of mixology, with an incredible cocktail menu catering for the movie-loving crowd.