Barangaroo, the New Epicentre of Sydney Dining

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A slew of new eateries have just opened or are about to open within Sydney’s huge Barangaroo development.

A curated collection of 12 new restaurants open along the Wulugul Walk at Sydney’s newest CBD precinct, The Streets of Barangaroo, from now through to mid-November.

With an emphasis on outdoor dining along the 170m Wulugul Walk to take advantage of the views across the harbour, a diverse range of cuisines, price points and dining experiences is on offer.

These include Cirrus from award-winning duo, chef Brent Savage and sommelier Nick Hildebrandt,, Japanese burgers at Ume Burger, Belles Hot Chicken from Morgan McGlone, Chris Yan and Kenji Okuda doing a seafood-focused menu at Lotus, Muum Maam from Surry Hills and Somer Sivrioglu’s Anatolian cooking at Anason, among others.


A collection of Australia’s best architects and designers are behind the Wulugul Walk eateries, including Pascale Gomes-McNabb (CIRRUS), Luchetti Krelle (BANKSII), Anthony Gill (, George Livissianis (Anason) and Joe Snell (Born by Tapavino).

Lotus: Crispy Fish With Sticky Soy Sauce and Five Spice

The Streets of Barangaroo is the new food scene for Sydney to explore just six-minutes’ walk from Wynyard train station via the new direct undercover walkway, and steps from the new ferry wharf due to open in 2017.