Are you looking for a Restaurant wedding venue in Sydney? We have done the research and compiled a list of some of the best reception venues that are restaurants.
Open 7 Day from 11 am - Breakfast on Weekends from 8am A Contemporary Australian Menu, Whitewater Restaurant is popular with Sydney siders looking for that extra special seaside experience. Sit back and relax Whitewater's chic beach house atmosphere with a glass of wine and an exquisitely prepared meal.
Orso is superbly positioned on Sydney’s Middle Harbour adjacent to the Spit Bridge in Mosman.It is modern elegantly appointed and has a spectacular marine panorama of Middle Harbour scenery, sailing boats, pleasure craft and cruisers.Orso boasts an abundance of natural light through clear floor-to-ceiling glass expanses and can cater for functions of up to 250 guests.Orso is an absolute waterfront, it has its own beach, jetty and deck, and a resident family of photogenic pelicans can be seen paddling outside at most times.In keeping with its origins as a boatshed, guests can arrive by boat and tie up at Orso’s private jetty, or utilize ample car parking on either side of Spit Road.
We understand the importance of your most memorable day. The Sydney Boulevard Hotel has 30 years experience in organising and hosting wedding receptions. Choose from our prestigious Grand Ballroom or our elegant Twenty Five events venue and Cocktail Bar. Our personalised service and touch will ensure your wedding is organised smoothly right down to the finest detail to ensure an unforgettable evening.
Established and steered by Raphael Kahn, Zest Waterfront venues is a dynamic, boutique venue manager and caterer, at very special venuesMultiple Winner: Restaurant and Catering Association’s top awards, including “Caterer of the Year” Australia-wideManager of two of Sydney’s most prestigious waterfront locations – Point Piper and The Spit, Mosman.Actively choreograph events to create the right ambience, offering sophisticated mood lighting, staging and decorating conceptsPioneer of the celebrated “roving meal” concept, where guests enjoy waves of degustation-style, pass around miniature meals.
Nestled alongside the Sydney Harbour Bridge and offering panoramic Sydney Harbour views, The Sebel Pier One Sydney Hotel is built on, and over, the water. Our private pontoon provides the ideal launching pad to explore all that is Sydney… The Sebel Pier One Sydney's unique Federation-style Sydney accommodation blends heritage with contemporary chic. One of the very few Sydney hotels set in the heart of The Rocks, our boutique hotel allows easy access to this Sydney’s historic dining and entertainment precinct as well as Sydney CBD and Financial District.
Situated in the dress circle of the harbour, Quay has some of Sydney’s most spectacular views, sweeping from the Opera House to the Harbour Bridge. The food created by chef Peter Gilmore is equally awe-inspiring.Peter’s use of texture and his exploration of nature’s diversity are key elements to his continually evolving original style.In 2012 Quay was voted Number 29 on the coveted S.Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurant’s list, to become the highest ranked Australian restaurant and named The Best Restaurant in Australasia for the third year in a row.Quay has long been one of Australia’s most awarded restaurants, and has held the coveted 3 Hat & 3 Star rating in The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide & Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide for 10 consecutive years.In 2012 Peter Gilmore was awarded Chef of the Year in The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide.Along with our award-winning restaurant, Quay hosts some of Australia's most exclusive private functions. Every event hosted by Quay not only enjoys our world-class cuisine, but is surrounded by the iconic maritime panorama of the world’s most stunning harbour city. Visit our Functions pages for more information. Peter Gilmore's signature dessert, the Eight-Textured Chocolate Cake was featured recently on Masterchef. View the video here.
ARIA Restaurant is situated on the very edge of Sydney Harbour. It is co-owned and operated by Matt Moran and Peter Sullivan. ARIA provides a dining experience that encapsulates Sydney lifestyle, offering panoramic views of Sydney Harbour, the freshest Australian produce in an innovative and contemporary menu, an extensive award-winning wine list with seamless, friendly and highly efficient service.ARIA first opened its doors in 1999 and has continued to build upon its highly regarded reputation both locally and internationally. ARIA offers diners an exclusive and intimate environment that is complemented by ARIA's sweeping views of Sydney's famous Harbour Bridge, Opera House and the bustle of busy Circular Quay.
360 Bar and Dining is the preeminent restaurant space in Sydney Tower Dining boasting unsurpassed 360 revolving views of the Sydney skyline. With dark mahogany wood finishes and soft ambient lighting, 360 Bar and Dining provides a breathtaking setting with an unbeatable backdrop.Offering excellent modern Australian cuisine matched with unwavering service, the restaurant indulges guests with fine fare in a sophisticated environment.Start with a glass of champagne or cocktail at the iridescent golden shell Moet & Chandon bar before enjoying innovative cuisine prepared by skillful chefs.Indulge in 360 Bar and Dining's opulent surrounds and enjoy views from one of Sydney's best vantage points.
Sails on Lavender Bay is perched on the shore of Sydney’s magnificent harbour with post card views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. It is the perfect venue for those wanting to experience the quintessential beauty of the city. Sails on Lavender Bay is accessible by either ferry, private boat or car. The menu is original and extensive - reflecting the seasons and freshness of the local produce. The new menu offers what owner Greg Anderson describes as “refined modern Australian”, with an emphasis on fresh seafood. The award winning wine list comprises of over 130 Australian and International wine varietals that have been sourced and compiled by our sommelier.
Catalina is one of Australia’s great destination restaurants situated on a landmark Rose Bay site on Sydney Harbour’s eastern foreshore.Michael and Judy McMahon opened Catalina in 1994 with a simple goal: to be Sydney’s favourite place to eat the best by the water.Rose Bay was the site of Australia's first international airport. From 1938, flying boats, including the famous Catalinas ruled the skies. In 1957, local identity Jim Bendroit built a restaurant and nightclub called Caprice, jutting out over the water. Caprice captivated Sydney-siders for years and was the hottest spot in town.After the heyday of the Caprice era and years after the last of the big flying boats had flown out, the McMahons extensively renovated the building with architect Leigh Prentice. The restaurant was designed as a homage to the beauty of Sydney Harbour. Diners have a panoramic view of Sydney Harbour at water-level, punctuated only by the comings and goings of a working harbour, and incoming commuter sea planes based in front of the restaurant.Catalina is one of only a few restaurants in Sydney whose kitchen remains open from midday to late. Diners are welcome all day (full menu available).Guests may also use the balcony bar facilities without the need to have a full meal.
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