Sydney has some of the most famous eateries in Australia. Being one of the most expensive eateries globally, food lovers can expect fancy dining all over the city at any time of day.
High-quality in-between meals have become of the most popular activities for locals and tourists to take part in. It’s almost as if lunch has become the new dinner for foodies in Sydney. When visiting the well-known restaurants and eateries, one will be surprised to see the fancy and upmarket type of lunch meals available from them.
Over the past decade, more and more restaurants have opened in Sydney with a healthy obsession with coffee and fine dining. That’s not to say that a person should expect white cloth restaurants. Restaurants provide fine dining and host events that are exciting and interesting.
The formal food scene is long gone. Now you will find a modern touch with simplicity and elegance intertwined with mid-day dining all over the city. One can see the city coming alive from morning hours with locals and visitors flocking to nearby restaurants and eateries.
Harbour views with quiet and laid-back atmospheres are not the most recognisable aspect of dining in Sydney. Now one can expect a lively atmosphere paired with exquisite meals made by renowned chefs worldwide. With meetings and business functions, many restaurants offer afternoon fine dining for functions.
Britain has afternoon tea and Australia has the High-Tea. This is the local’s chance to go out and have a great cup of tea in the afternoon. It has become apparent throughout Sydney to indulge in fancy dining with the afternoon Sydney teas by ordering platters or other items on the menu.
Restaurants that were only open at late night are now available even during the day. These restaurants include fancy dining at the iconic Sydney Opera House and The Tea Room.
Having fancy dining during the daytime might not seem like the perfect dining experience to some but visiting Sydney and trying fancy afternoon dining is an experience to remember.