We wandered into this place while taking a stroll along Oxford Street. The center was exhibiting the work of a lady photographer using very unusual techniques. Very unique and refreshing. But we learn from the staff there that the exhibit changes every so often. So we guess, we walked in at the right time.
I stumbled across this little gem a few years ago. By far the best spot to go kayaking from in Sydney, not to mention great value and always friendly useful service.
Go out to shark island, straight across the harbour and enjoy the beautiful views of the harbour bridge and opera house.
This is a fabulous Italian deli and cafe just off Oxford street in Paddington if you are in this area shopping. You might have to wait for a table but the food is delicious. Otherwise you can order and take away. Highly recommended if you are in Sydney and looking for something very authentic.
The food is good and service is OK. I personally didn't like the menu as There is no price on the menu and it was a shock for me when I paid the bill.No choice splitting of Bill either.
Cost me twice as much compared to other places.
Overall very expensive and not my cup of tea.
Darlinghurst and Surry Hills form the epicentre of Sydney's cafe scene. It is no small achievement to consistently produce outstanding, if not the best coffee, in Sydney, but Pusher does it. Great staff and outstanding muffins make it perfect.