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Named after its London namesake, the suburb of Paddington showcases streets lined with restored Victorian terrace houses with very distinctive features, like high ceilings and cast-iron balconies. It is home to some of Sydney’s most prestigious art galleries, including the Wagner Art Gallery and the Butler Good Gallery, as well as the tourist attraction, Paddington Markets, located in the grounds surrounding the Paddington Uniting Church and Paddington Public School. Paddington is a hub for high-end shopping featuring famous contemporary Australian designers, as well as up-market spas. Foodies are drawn to Paddington for well-known Australian chefs, modern and traditional Italian food, fantastic coffee, passionate brewers and even handmade chocolates.
Well how lovely it was to see this restored beauty.
So close to the city, peaceful, lovely to walk around and see the new modern but carefully detailed historical land mark. Unfortunately the bottom section was closed to the general public, has been a victim of grafatti and homeless people but managed to get a great look anyway.
I would have to say that i was impressed with the ground and was a perfect place to watch rugby.
It was quick to get into the ground even with the larg crouds. Only bad point Was hard to get a beer though as the ques were long
Near the Paddington Gardens is a lovely church named Paddington Uniting Church. It is a solid edifice, made of stone. Its front doors were green with two green plants on botjh sides.
It was truly beautiful and worthwhile to see!
We had a Sunday 1:30 Booking, so we were set for the afternoon. The restaurant can we be accessed through the bar or off the street (try not to be near the door on a cold windy day, the door closer is just that little bit too slow.
Sharing two entrees between the three of us was plenty. The waiter...
Went here for hot drinks whilst waiting for our Ferry Ride. I wasn't expecting much as I'm usually not a fan of hot chocolate and I've experienced some pretty awful Soy milk coffees in my time but to my surprise it was absolutely delicious and nice and hot. My companions' coffees were reported to be really good too. There are...
Booked for 6 previously no bookings taken so that’s a plus.
Welcomed with a very French theme all Red White Blue even the owners and waiters !!
Decided to order for the table included Steak Tartare,Charcuterie,Pâtés and new dishes on the menu kept coming beautiful cheese plate and desert to follow.
Special thanks to Charlie their resident ‘Sommelier ‘for the...
I stayed here for the night on a recent business trip, the hotel appears to have had a recent upgrade judging by the bathroom. The bed was a queen size and quite comfortable. There is a pub next door and a few restaurants scattered around the area. It's a short walk into the heart of the city. It is not...