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Pyrmont Restaurants: Some Tasty Options within Walking Distance

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If you are feeling hungry and not sure where or what to eat, I would recommend the many delectable restaurants in Pyrmont Village. One might be mistaken for thinking that there is not that much to choose from but this is no longer the case. Pyrmont Village Restaurants offer an abundance of options to suit every taste and budget. Here is just a small sample of the many choices available when it comes to dining in Pyrmont, from the bistro meal right, to the many international cuisines and impressive fine dining establishments.

Tastes from Around the World:

Do you feel like French, Taiwanese, Indian, Thai, Japanese or Italian? You choose. While there are many Pyrmont restaurants catering to these international cuisines and others, I will touch on those that I have experienced and really enjoyed. These venues offer great food, value and service. For a taste of France, you must try The Little Snail and their famous fixed price 3 course meals – for lunch ($28) or dinner ($49.50). With a long list of awards, Blue Eye Dragon is an authentic Taiwanese restaurant which offers some interesting selections – make sure to try the dumplings! For Indian, Viva Goa is great for something a little different with the infusion of Indian-Portugese flavours – Goa existed as Portugese colony for about 450 years until it was taken over by India in 1961 (Source: Wikipedia). For Thai, the Wok Station Pyrmont just down from Coles is an excellent choice and the red duck curry is a must! Experience the friendly Japanese service at Sushi Samarai and try the menu sets or Japanese curry and chicken katsu – finish with a yummy dessert of the black sesame seed, green tea and coconut trio. And for a great pizza or pasta, check out the Pizza Man Pyrmont. They also offer $10 pastas and $12 seafood pastas, for take away only between 5-7pm daily.

Impress Your Girlfriend:

Pyrmont also offers you the opportunity to make an impression at one of its many fine dining establishments. I will begin the journey at Star City with two restaurants – Austral and Lotus Pond. Austral offers a modern French menu and stunning views of the Sydney skyline and harbour. Lotus Pond is set in the tranquil surrounds of a Chinese palace garden and offers Pan-Asian flavours – the signature dish is Lotus Pond BBQ combination. Located at the end of Harris Street, Sugaroom offers Modern Australian cuisine as well as a bar. The menu is reasonably priced for a destination with views overlooking the harbour to Balmain. And then there is the Flying Fish. Situated at the maritime heritage site of Jones Bay Wharf, this venue offers breathtaking views of the Harbour Bridge. Indulge in the 8 course degustation menu with wines to match or relax in the bar and sample scrumptious bites from the Raw Bar menu.

Value for Money Bistro Meals:

With a number of the pubs in Pyrmont having been nicely renovated in more recent times, the bistro meals offer good value for money. Whether it is Sunday lunch or dinner after Friday night work drinks, you have a wide range of options available including Kirk on Harris, Quarrymans Hotel, The Harlequin Inn, The Point Hotel and the Pyrmont Bridge Hotel. All of these pubs are located on either Harris Street or Pyrmont Bridge Road and are within walking distance of each other – so you might decide to try a few of them out on the one night! The meals include traditional bar meals such as pasta, burgers, steaks, fish and chips as well as tasty specials, starting from only $10. The Point Hotel offers a slightly more upmarket menu and is priced accordingly, while The Harlequin Inn is well known for The Gong Thai Bistro.

If this smorgasbord of culinary delights does not tempt you, then you are a philistine and possibly not human. Pyrmont Village is truly an idyllic inner city suburb and all around funky place to live. It has the beginnings of a magnificent global village.

For more information on Pyrmont restaurants visit the restaurants section of our site at http://pyrmontvillage.com.au/go/restaurants/


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