- Taste a wide range of great beers and food learn about craft brewing in Sydney on a tour with a knowledgeable guide.
- Start your tour after meeting at 10.30 AM outside Customs House.
- Hear first hand from the Beer Sommelier, Redoak manager's view into beer and food, evaluate and appreciate different beer qualities and its match with food.
- Understand the essential qualities, styles, aromas and flavors of individual beers in a unique way paired with different dishes.
- Also understand how to match beer with food, be able to choose glassware that suits beer styles, enjoy anecdotes from history of beer or different countries, and understand beer ingredients, brewing process and what makes a good beer.
- End this exciting tour at 1.00 PM.
Farmhouse Kings Cross
Highlight: The restaurant believes in country style cooking using fresh produce. The communal table on which the sitting is arranged becomes a true show stealer of the place. The service of the staff makes the place worth a visit.
Price:A$110 for 2 people approximately but the portions are ridiculously big for 2. Absolutely everything from the start to the finish has been quite effortlessly presented to all its customers.
Location: 4/40Bayswater Road, Potts Point, Sydney.
Price: A$320 for 2 people.
Location: CBD, Level 1, Establishment, 252 George Street, Sydney.
Twenty 8 Acres
Highlights: It is the Irish breakfast which makes the most of the orders. The café is run by 2 chefs who have a good sense of taste which makes this café a popular one in Sydney. And if you want to try something exclusively from the Irish menu then you shouldn’t miss the chance to taste black pudding and soda bread which is a huge hit amongst customers.
Price: A$55 for 2 people.
Location: Shop1, Corner of Boundary Street and Ivy Lane, Darlington, Sydney.
The Baxter Inn
Highlights: If you are quite keen to have whiskies and beer then you simply can’t miss this place, as it will be your perfect paradise.
Price: A$60 for two people.
Location: Basement 152-156, Clarence Street, CBD, Sydney.
Fortune Village Chinese Restaurant
Price: A$80 for 2 people. Although it may seem a little pricey but it is worth a visit for authentic Chinese food.
Location: CBD 209 Clarence Street, Sydney.
Medusa Greek Taverna
Price: A$70 for two people and provides some huge portions to the customers.
Location: 2 Market Street, CBD, Sydney.
Alegrias Spanish Tapas
Price: A$90 for two people and serves some amazing portions too.
Location: Shop 9, 332 Darling Street , Balmain, Street.
The Spice Room
Highlights: The lunch is served in tiffin boxes that the Dabbahwalas used to once deliver it to the while collared people.
Price: A$80 for 2 people.
Location: Ground Floor, the Quay building, 2 Philip Street, CBD, Sydney.
Highlight: The place serves you degustation menu which uses the freshest possible ingredients in perfect amalgamation of seasonal flavors and French technique which has let the place gather international reputation for its clients.
Price: $230 per person.
Location: Tetsuya’s restaurant, 529 Kent Street, Sydney.
Highlight: You shouldn’t miss the chance to taste Fried Ice-Cream which has been everybody’s favourite. You can also try Sweet and Sour Pork Hock which is surely a contemporary fit out for many.
Price: A$120 for two people.
Location: 3 Bridge Lane, CBD, Sydney.
Price: A$120 for 2 people.
Location: Woolloomooloo, shop 4 and 6 Cowper Wharf road, Sydney.
Highlight: The place also has a gift shops which has some popular gifts imported from Thailand. One could get simply spell bound with its golden interiors with some amazing statues. The artworks that you will find in the place is NSFW which is why you should be little cautious while bringing your kids along. You can try some amazing Thai curries which will leave you with a delectable tastes in your mouth.
Price: A$75 for two people.
Location: 294 King Street, Newtown, Sydney.
Playfair Cafe & Sandwich Bar
Highlights: You cannot miss the chance to treat yourself with home-made quiche and fritattas which is accompanied by some equally amazing sandwiches, burgers, soups and great coffee too. You can try Flat White Coffee which is highly recommended.
Price: A$35 for two people.
Location: Shop 21, the Rocks Centre, Playfair Street, Sydney.
Fish At The Rocks
Highlights: Fish becomes the highly delighted food to be tasted. However, one can also try mussel, calamari, prawn and salmon. It also offers some modern and Australian food.
Price: A$140 for two people. The food served comes with good portions which is sure to fill your stomach.
Location: 29 Kent Street, The Rocks, Sydney.
Price: A$160 for two people.
Location: Level 5, Custom House, 31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay, Sydney.
La Renaissance Cafe
Highlights: Pork, Veal Sausage Roll, Le Roi Soleil and Goya Cake amongst others.
Price: A$40 for two people. Location: 47 Argyle Street, The Rocks, Sydney.
Felix Bar & Bistro
Highlights: You shouldn’t miss out on the exquisite fine collection of wines.
Price: A$120 for two people.
Location: Ivy, 2 Ash Street, CBD, Sydney.
Highlights: You can have dining from the Opera House which provides some of the most unforgettable memories. You can try passionfruit soufflé with some nicely done interiors and offers degustation experience which is hard to find.
Location: 92 Hargrave Street, Paddington, Sydney.
Price: A$350 for two people.
Price: A$90 for two people.
Location: 529 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, Sydney.
Home Thai Restaurant
Highlights: If you would like to grab a seat, it is best to visit around 5pm. The food served here will make you feel that you are having some of the authentic flavours of Thailand.
Price: A$60 for two people.
Location: Shop1-2, 229 Sussex Street, CBD, Sydney.
Lotus Dumpling Bar
Price: A$85 for 2 people.
Location: Shop 3, 16 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, The Rocks, Sydney.
Highlight: The place has an array of Australian Boutique wines too.
Price: A$250 for two people.
Location: Eagle Street Pier, 45 Eagle Street, Brisbane, CBD, Sydney.
Price: A$100 for 2 people and A$8 for a pint of beer.
Sydney Cove Oyster Bar
Price: A$140 for two people.
Location: 1East Circular Quay, Sydney.