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Changing liquor laws are remodeling "The Cross," Sydney's red light district. These new rules have encouraged trendy cafes and boutiques to pop-up in the area, as well as organic markets on Saturdays. The area's nightclubs are still popular with youngsters, however, who will dance to the early morning hours on weekend nights. There are plenty of artifacts from Kings Cross' shady past when gangsters and liquor houses owned the place. Today, one can still find a variety of adult entertainment venues in this evolving area.
We did the Grand Circle Tour - small group with a great tour guide (and a guide in training). We were off of the cruise ship so the tour made our first stop at the Featherdale Wildlife Park - wonderful plan since we were in and out before the tour buses got there! We stopped at Windyridge Garden for viewing...
I've been here a few times and never been disappointed. The food is super yummy, the staff are lovely and they make an excellent espresso martini. Order tacos to share so you can taste a bit of everything.
This was an interesting experience as there is only one table (seats 14) with a preset menu (changes daily). The food was absolutely scrumptious and they took food allergies into consideration. The other people sharing the table were friendly and a really good time was had by all. If I lived in Sydney, it would be my go to place.
I had twice pasta at friggitoria and it was sooo delicious! If you are around this is definitely the place you should go to!
I also had a tiramisu which was ok but not as good as expected (cream was heavy and there were not much biscuit inside).
I would definitely recommend.
I've been waking up every night in June with palpitations - from scary dreams of never being able to eat Grant King's superb cooking ever again - ever since he declared his intentions to cook less "cheffy" food, and to transform Gastro Park into Antipodean - a "more accessible and informal neighbourhood place"! Serious nightmare stuff for hardcore gourmets, don't...
We needed a lightish lunch prior to attending an afternoon wedding and decided on this place. It was very quiet at lunchtime but the waitress and chef showed the energy you would expect in this type of Japanese restaurant and the few people who were there were enjoying the fare. We had some Gyoza, a salad and some Open Gyoza....
Excellant location to the top of the Cross. Many choices for restaraunts and bars. If you come by car it could be difficult to wait while you get your stuff from the car. In my case I had a rent a car so I had to find a parking spot and walk to the hotel.
The staff at the Larmont were some of the nicest and friendliest that we have come across in any hotel. The room was lovely and clean and well appointed and the made to order breakfast in the restaurant was a pleasant change to the usual buffet style .The only downside is the distance from the CBD although King's Cross station...
Annam Apartment is convenient for tourist as just 300meter from train station (blue line). The hotel room is spacious and well equipped. Supper market is nearby if you want to buy something. Also there are some restaurant on the way to hotel from King Cross station.
Room was good tidy clean a little bit old fashion but acceptable
good staff. Excellence abounds in this hotel.The staff is very nice and very helpful, the location is very lively at night and we never got bored walking in the hotel area!
Second visit for lunch. Has a very nice bar for a drink , relaxing and pleasant music , not loud so could have a conversation. Has a typical Bar Food Menu, one gets in most pubs in Sydney and same price , much better though, good presentation, quick service and we a very nice attentive barperson on 17/10/ 2016 at...