|Harbourside: Kazbah's popular breakfast Tangine - -Lamb Mince, Sucuk, Spinach, Roast Capsicum, Roast Tomato, Caramelised Onion, Feta, Eggs, Turkish Toast, Lebanese Bread|
|Nok Nok Thai Eating house at Darling Quarter: sui mai with plum sauce|
|Nok Nok's Pad Thai|
|Harbourside Criniti's: Antipasto - cold Italian meats, marinated vegetables & a variety of cheeses w Italian bread|
|Criniti's Pork Ribs - full rack|
|Criniti's penne romana - chicken breast, mushrooms, avocado & shallots in a cream sauce > massive servings!|
|Yours truly at Nok Nok channeling masculine fun; Dion Lee for Cue bib shirt, Asos tailored pants with braces and Tie Rack bow tie (undone)|
Sydney's Darling Harbour- you can't miss this place! Basically, this is probably, and I dare say, one of the most visited places in all of Sydney!!!
There are two sides to Darling Harbour (or so we thought, but I'll discuss that later) - Harbourside and Cockle Bay! Both features popular restaurants, cafes and bars to suit all ages, tastes and of course, budgets.
- On the harbourside, familiar names such as Hurricanes, Criniti's, Pancakes at the Rocks (Darling Harbour) and more recently, Kazbah - amazing Arabian cuisine.
- In the centre, you'll find Meat & Wine Co and Starbucks.
- Cockle Bay is more relaxed and "young" with restaurants such as Blackbird Cafe- famous for its $10 cocktails and loud music!
Recently opened, located near the Chinese Gardens next to Tumbalong park is the new "Darling Quarter" featuring more restaurants and cafes. Here, we have the popular Taste cafe offering gourmet style baguettes and campos coffee. There's also the crowd-pleasing Guylian cafe and a new Thai, Brazilian and Japanese restaurant as well.
All in all, whenever you're out in town, hungry and don't want to spend a fortune, head to Darling Harbour! Oh, and did I mention they have random fireworks every Saturday???