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Bayswater Brasserie
Price: A $60 Wine: A $35
More than 1 ex Prime Minister has been spotted at this Kings Cross stalwart which for 22 years has kept abreast of Sydney dining trends without losing its friendly and elegant atmosphere.

The menu is modern Mediterranean with highlights such as roast fig and prosciutto tartlet, braised lamb shanks, and a dissolute blue swimmer crab lasagne. Features include a leafy outdoor dining area, an oyster bar and cocktail bar, where the drinking continues well into the early hours on weekends.

Address: 32 Bayswater Road, Kings Cross
Telephone: (02) 9357 2177
Facsimile: (02) 9358 1213
Email address: brasserie@ozemail.com.au
Website address: www.bayswaterbrasserie.com.au

Edna's Table
Price: A $70 Wine: A $30
When the desire for emu tartare, crocodile sushi or kangaroo fillet gets too much, Edna’s Table beckons. Comfortable modern decor, Aboriginal artworks and authentic bush ingredients, including Kakadu plum, bunya nuts and eucalyptus oil, contribute to Edna’s truly unique style.

A Native Australian dégustation menu is also offered with a assortment of Australian wines for A$135. Located in the CBD, this restaurant is ideal for visiting business folks who want to try something a bit different, and sample native meats (and atmosphere).
Address: 204 Clarence Street
Telephone: (02) 9267 3933
Email address: ednas@acay.com.au

Price: A $60 Wine: A $35

A meal at Longrain is like a visit to the halls of Valhalla, its converted warehouse space has long wooden dining tables, polished floorboards and a Scandinavian atmosphere, despite the modern Thai menu. The food is fit for demigods, betel leaves topped with trout roe and crispy Barossa chicken are 2 of the highlights.

Lunch is served Monday to Friday 12.00 am to 2.30 am but dinner bookings are not taken, so arrival before 7.30 am is advised. However, the bar is a stylish place in which to wait and the ‘stick drinks’ (crushed fruit cocktails) go down a treat.
Address: 85 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
Telephone: (02) 9280 2888
Facsmilie: (02) 9280 2887
Email address: info@longrain.com.au
Website address: www.longrain.com.au
The Summit
Price: NZ $40 Wine: NZ $20
Claiming to be the world’s largest revolving restaurant, The Summit has 360 degree views of Sydney, retro futuristic design based on the space station in the movie 2001, A Space Odyssey, and a good times atmosphere.

The menu is more than sufficient, if a tad overpriced, with such dishes as grilled snapper fillet, venison loin baked in pastry and seafood risotto. A seafood buffet is available for Sunday lunch and dinner, costing A $62.
Address: Level 47, Australia Square, 264 George Street
Telephone: (02) 9247 9777
Facsmilie: (02) 9251 2539
Email address: summit-rec@accor-hotels.com
Website address: www.summitrestaurant.com.au
Price: A $80 Wine: A $38
Do not be fooled into believing the omnipresent conveyor belt sushi bars are all that Sydney has to offer in the raw fish department. Part of The Establishment complex, Sushi e is a world class sushi bar ideal for both a quick business lunch or a protracted gourmet evening.

The 28 seat bar is contemporary in design with marble top counters and a warm dark wood atmosphere. Chef Shaun sPresland offers a constantly evolving menu but there are must haves such as the soft shell crab rolls and the wafer thin snapper sashimi topped w additional highlight.
Address: Level 4, 252 George Street
Telephone: (02) 9240 3041
Facsimile: (02) 9240 3001
Website address: www.merivale.com