Where to eat in Potts Point

Where to dine out in Potts Point, Sydney

Where to eat in Potts Point




Potts Point has fast become a foodie’s paradise with some simply incredible dining destinations. If you’re looking for a restaurant in Potts Point Sydney, we’ve put together a list of our favourites (in no particular order). Enjoy!


The Apollo

Tuck into some glorious Greek fare amongst a minimalistic Art Deco style.


Where: 44 Macleay Street, Potts Points

Apollo, Potts Point



For the avid wine connoisseurs, this chic wine bar offers over 500 rare boutique wines and simply divine sharing style food.


Where: 71A Macleay Street, Potts Point



Casual and relaxed, this bistro offers vegetarian only dinners and not-so-vegetarian brunches. But what is certain, is the quality of the dishes they serve.


Where: 57 Macleay Street, Potts Point

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Fratelli Paradiso

It’s a local legend. Fresh cannoli, legendary spaghetti with scampi, and infamous Tiramisu. Any day is a good day to visit Fratelli Paradiso!


Where: 12-

16 Challis Av

enue, Potts Point


MS G’s

No MSG in site (do you get it?) and a fun, unique take on Asian/Western food. Feast on inventive Asian fusion plates in a bustling 4-level space bursting with funky wall art.

Where: 155 Victoria St, Potts Point


Bistro Rex

This is a great, late night dining option. It captures the essence of Potts Point. A warm and cosy French bistro with attentive service.


Where: Shop 1, 50-58 Macleay St, Potts Point



Billy Kwong

Where to eat in Potts Point

One of Sydney’s popular Chinese eating houses which focus on sustainable and ethical eating. Kylie Kwong and her team serve up exquisite Chinese cuisine.


Where: 28 Macleay St, Elizabeth Bay


Cho Cho San

Informal Japanese dining or izakaya dining. This part restaurant, part bar, focuses on communal, share-style eating, an Asian inspired cocktail list, plus beers, ciders, sakes, whiskeys, shochu, and an extensive wine list.


Paper Bird

Once you’ve eaten here you’ll be frantically planning when you can return to eat again. A modern Asian diner from the Moon Park team, it’s definitely on our list of favourites.


Where: 46A Macleay Street, Potts Point (entrance via Crick Avenue)


The Butler

Potts Point is European in style, so it’s only fitting that there’s another trendy French bistro style bar. There’s even alfresco dining on the terrace with city views. Who wouldn’t want to go here?


Where: 123 Victoria Street, Potts Point