On our trips to Sydney we do not survive on patisserie goods and desserts alone, as our previous posts might lead you to think. We do fit some meals into our busy schedule as well. On this particularly chilly night, we braved the weather to get a great view at the Opera Kitchen. Securing a spot high up on the boardwalk, close to the harbour's edge and overlooking the beautifully lit up Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera Kitchen provides the best viewpoint for an idyllic Sunday afternoon drink or a night time gathering. We tried a burger, which according to sources is made by Charlie & Co. We have tried Charlie & Co in Westfield Sydney and found it to be great. The fries at the Westfield Sydney franchise were the best fries we have ever had. Unfortunately, we found the burger at the Opera kitchen to be mediocre and more in the style of local pub food than the upmarket nature of the burgers at Westfield Sydney. The drinks were simple and drinkable but had no wow factor. Overall, it was great for a nice drink and a catch-up with friends and so we recommend it for a lazy Sunday afternoon drink and the breathtaking view but not for the dining experience alone.
Where. Lower Concourse Level, Sydney Opera House
|Vodka & Coke ($9)|
|Passionfruit Caprioska ($17)|
|Federation Burger ($22)|