June 14, 2017

For a delicious but not-too-fancy meal that you can fit into a lunch hour. Where can you find the best quick and casual lunch around the hotel?

A few things to note when finding the right place to eat.

  • Have a look at the daily specials and set lunch deals. Chef’s tends to promote the top seller from the main menu and is usually quick to prepare.
  • Dining in or takeaway option? Sometimes, during the rush of hungry business/leisure travellers’ dining in is not always the best option.
  • What does the hunger crave? From soups and salad, to hearty meals and wraps.

 

MCA Café & Sculpture Terrace

With interrupted views of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge on the rooftop of the MCA building. Easily take on a board the Lamb Kefta with fennel, mint, feta & pomegranate salad ($25) or the Grilled chicken brochettes, Ras el Hanout & tabbouleh salad ($28), add a glass of wine for $5.

Argyle Kitchen

A casual bite in the rocks can be enjoyed at the Argyle kitchen. From classic pub favourites, pizza, share plates, burgers and salads. Daily lunch specials on are on offer Mon-Fri from 12-3pm. The Classic shack cheeseburger with a beer/wine or soft drink $20.  But we wouldn’t go past the 12” Green Pesto Vegetarian pizza ($20).

William Blue Dining

Enjoy award-winning fine dining for a fraction of the cost at Sydney’s leading training restaurant. Imagine, affordable and delicious three-course menu prepared by chefs in training for only $38.

Pony Lounge and Dining

A cutting-edge grill restaurant down a laneway in The Rocks, nestled along the historic Kendall Lane. Menu includes wood-fired grilled meats, seafood and small plates. Take a bite of the 250g Rangers Valley rump steak, South American salsa, served with fries $28.

Fratelli Fresh

Walsh Bay is a great spot for authentic Italian cuisine. Expect the freshest seasonal vegetables, the finest pressed olive oils, extensive selection of imported cheeses, freshly made juices and tasty antipasto plates. Weekday three-course set menu offers an antipasti, secondi and dolce for $35pp

Sydney restaurants are constantly reinventing themselves, distilling all the elements of a long lunch. Sumptuous surroundings, delicious food and excellent wines.