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Café Sydney

Restaurants Circular Quay
2 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Cafe Sydney

Time Out says

These are some of the best views in the city. The huge balcony juts straight over Circular Quay with a bird's-eye view of the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and Sydney ferries choofing their way across the sparkling blue water. Stunning by day or night, it's one of the best views in town and all the better for being in the open air. If you're in full impress-your-mates mode, order a seafood platter with a selection of yabbies, bugs, crab, marron and prawns. Visit on a Sunday for live jazz and cocktails. Reservations are essential for lunch or dinner and if you're after an outdoor seat, it's best to mention it when you're booking. And you don't have to dine to enjoy the view – it's also a bar.



Address: 31 Alfred St
Opening hours: Mon-Fri noon-11pm; Sat 5pm-11pm; Sun noon-4pm

Users say (2)

2 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

2 / 5

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Waiters who think they are too cool to introduce themselves, engage with customers and just smile. The food is really good, but not outstanding. For my party of four ($1000 bill) it was an average experience with a magnificent view. For the price you can find much better options in Sydney.

This is my second review of Cafe Sydney! My first review was two years ago and the review was glowing! But unfortunately After about 5 visits all up I decided to invite 12 of my closest friends and family here to celebrate my graduation. I was excited to spend such a special night at my favorite restaurant. However I was left totally embarrassed after 5 of my guests including myself experience varying degrees of food poisoning after our shared meal together. Many of us actually had to take the next day of work. The restaurant was totally hostile when we called up to report it and incredibly rude and argumentative about it which really was just salt in the wound. They bizarre thing is we all ate totally different meals and none of us had shared any other meals in common that day. But the restaurant refused to believe us because we could not prove it conclusively (what ever happened to the customer is always right?). Despite the fact that doctors had confirmed food poisoning! I know know I will never go back to Cafe Sydney again after spending over $2.5k to not even get an apology is totally outrageous! But its pretty clear they have unhygienic practices.

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