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Gateway Sydney

Have you tried Circular Quay's new casual dining destination?

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The art of eating is celebrated at Gateway, Sydney's newest dining precinct, at the base of the Gateway Tower on Alfred Street. Across three levels you'll find some of Sydney's favourite eateries, international favourites and more.

It's all about killer laksa at Jimmy's Recipe; delicate soup dumplings at Din Tai Fung; crisp French crêpes from the Four Frogs Crêperie; and burgers from Neil Perry at the Burger Project.

You'll also find Chat Thai firing up the woks, Egyptian street food from Bekya, and Roll'd are dishing out super-fresh Vietnamese rice paper rolls. 

Seeking drinks with your lunch or dinner? Head to latest opening Tokyo Laundry, Quay and Co or the Paragon Hotel. Got a sweet tooth? Make sure you check out Gelato Messina and Zumbo.

Whether it's a quick pre-show dinner or a long lunch, Gateway Sydney has more than 25 new eateries ready to impress you. It's open seven days from breakfast until late.

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