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The Rocks Restaurants, Sydney

Map of Attractions at The Rocks

Hunting for a special place in the historical district along cobble stone streets in the ‘old world’ place won’t take long. There are ones with great views of the Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Opera House, there are others tucked away in the old winding streets and alleyways.

There are also bars, pubs and clubs. You can dance all night at the Argyle or enjoy a drink at the waterside Cruise Bar.

Cruise Bar

Level 1 Circular Quay West,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000

Phone: +061 2 9119 1849

Cruise Bar

The Argyle

18 Argyle Street,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000

Phone: +061 2 9247 5500

The Argyle

Restaurants

Saké

Award winning Japanese seafood restaurant, with the freshest of sashimi, many made with a new twist on traditional cuisine.

12 Argyle Street,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000

Phone: +061 2 9259 5656

Saké

The Cut Bar and Grill

Tasty juicy steaks and slow cooked prime rib a signatory dish. They also do a fine selection of seafood for entrees and mains:

16 Argyle Street,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000

Phone: +061 2 9259 5695

The Cut Bar and Grill

Sailors Thai

106 George Street,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000

Phone: +061 2 9251 2466

Sailors Thai

El Camino Cantina

Mouth-watering Tex-Mex at its finest. Their tacos, fajitas, salads, chicken wings, quesadillas all served up with a classic dose of Rock and Roll and excellent margaritas and other cocktails. Its big and tasty:

18 Argyle Street,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000

Phone: +061 2 9259 5668

El Camino Cantina

Fish at the Rocks

A tasty selection of international seafood dishes

29 Kent Street,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000

Phone: +061 2

Fish at the Rocks

Doyle’s

No review of restaurants at the The Rocks should be without mentioning Peter Doyle’s fine dining seafood restaurant with its stunning views of the Opera House and the harbour. Ships, ferries and boats come and go here, but Doyle’s had been here for many years. With the upgrade of the Overseas Passenger Terminal it has regretfully closed after 27 years. In fact, the Doyle’s family have been serving seafood to Sydneysiders since 1885. However, you can still try their seafood at Watson’s Bay, an interesting ferry ride away from Circular Quay.

Doyles Restaurants

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Sydney Information Centre

Sydney Information Centre on the Corner of Argyle and Playfair streets offering visitors not only information, they have a good collection of artefacts and other items on display from earlier Sydney. Find the location on the:

The Rocks Map of Attractions

The Rocks Map - Early 1800s

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