Park Regis City Centre is surrounded by restaurants, bars and cafes to suit all tastes and budgets.
Various Choices of Quality Food
When staying at Park Regis City Centre, you quite literally have endless dining options at your doorstep.
Whether you fancy pub grub, Japanese sushi train, Korean BBQ, Italian pasta or a quick takeaway, you will be more than spoilt for choice.
Here are just a few of our suggestions – all of which are mere moments from Park Regis City Centre:
LYNN Shanghai Cuisine
199 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
Specialising in Shanghai cuisine including Peking Duck, Live Mud Crab, Shandong Chicken, Hot Pots, Dumpling, Steamed Buns and Mango Pudding for dessert (if you’re still hungry!)
The Dining Room
Enjoy a luxury dining experience at City Tatts’ ‘The Dining Room’.
Take in a delicious and innovative menu from our talented chefs and enjoy the old-school charm of our formal dining room located in the heart of the Sydney CBD.
The menu utilises seasonal produce selected by our chefs full of refreshing local sourced items. The Dining Room is relaxing, the food is a delight to the palate and the wine menu selected to compliment your food.
Lime Bar & Bistro
Lime Bar & Bistro offers a subtle, classic design with elegant, inspired cuisine, serving an innovative menu with your favourite classics. The stylish, open plan layout offers spacious ambience and atmosphere, home to delicious meals and an abundance of great drinks to enjoy as the perfect inner-city hideaway.
Located on Level 1 of City Tatts in 194–204 Pitt Street, you can enjoy live sports while you enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, friendly service, delicious food (available at selected times), and a selection of drinks.
Legends Diner – Pop Up Noodle Corner
Dive into a mixture of contemporary Asian cuisine, at City Tatts new Pop Up Noodle Corner. Located in Legends Diner, you’ll feel like you are lost on the streets of Asia as you experience all the delicious flavours this new City Tatts eatery has to offer.
Inspiration comes from Asia’s vibrant street food culture, and more specifically popular classics from Malaysia, Thailand and China. The menu is created from fresh locally sourced produce and in-season ingredients. Pop Up Noodle Corner boasts a collection of favourites, with a range of dishes from soups, rices and noodles such as Beef Noodle Soup, Wonton with egg noodle soup, Sweet and sour pork, stir fried garlic prawns, as well as mixed dim sum and dumplings. Ample vegetarian options are available for diners.
Cnr Liverpool & Pitt Streets, Sydney
Serving Italian food and Mediterranean cuisine with style and passion including amazing wood fired pizzas, pasta and risotto. Enjoy with a creamy Italian coffee 0r who could go past relaxing with a delicious meal and a glass of vino?
Bambini Trust Restaurant & Cafe
185 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
If you’re looking for something with class and a bit swanky – this is your place. Serving Alaskan Crab Salad, Confit of Duck, Veal Cutlet Milanese, Twice Baked Chocolate Souffle, Italian and French Cheese Platters….you get the idea!
Holy Basil Thai Restaurant
Shark Hotel, 127 Liverpool Street (Cnr Pitt Street), Sydney
Visit Laos. In Sydney. Renowned for its amazing desserts, don’t let the entrance of the building dissuade you. This is a fantastic spot to enjoy a memorable Laotian/Thai meal that is more than just a meal.
Hundreds of Bars to Suite Your Mood
Fancy a fancy drink? A cocktail with a water view? Or a casual beer in pub-style? Sydney is bursting with big, vibrant venues down to little hole in the wall establishments. We could go on and on – but here is a small selection of our recommendations to get you started:
P.J. Gallagher´s Sports Bar & Bistro @ the Criterion Hotel
Cnr Pitt & Park Streets, Sydney
Located a short stroll or stumble from Park Regis City Centre, the street level public bar offers a relaxed surrounding which merging traditional pub with modern day style. Enjoy a flutter in the TAB Bar or venture downstairs and experience The Snug – the perfect place to spend a few hours with a cold drink and a hearty meal or enjoy all the big games on their massive TV screens.
Bambini Wine Room
185 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Not just a fancy place for a fancy meal, but an equally classy and swanky choice to sit and swill a glass or two of something special. You won’t find VB on tap here – purely top shelf tipples and imported “birra”, “cidre”, “aperitivo” and endless liqueurs to end another superb day whilst visiting Sydney.
Edinburgh Castle Hotel
294 Pitt Street, Cnr Pitt & Bathurst Streets, Sydney
This heritage listed pub is an inner city institution with old world charm. The main bar is located on the ground floor and is great place to play pool or choose your favourite songs on the video juke box. The lounge bar is the home of our bistro as well as a classic cocktail bar with function spaces. Check out the pub’s outside area – more like a little secret garden in the middle of the city.
When the sun goes down Darling Harbour heats up with the city’s hottest night spots and coolest bars playing host to Sydney’s party crowd. Enjoy a romantic cocktail high above Cockle Bay or dance until dawn with the world’s most famous harbour as your backdrop.
Entertainment Options For Your Night Out
If top DJ acts at one the big dance clubs does not appeal to you, you are not limited to just dinner-and-drinks. Sydney offers comedy clubs, open-air cinemas, pubs with bands, or The Star – the only casino in New South Wales. For info on what’s on in Sydney, pick up a copy of the Sydney Morning Herald on Fridays for its lift-out Metro section. Free street mags such as Drum Media and 3D World also list club nights, concerts and what’s happening in the world of arts, comedy and theatre.
Here are a few starting points for where to get a piece of the Sydney action:
Alive with light, colour and vibrant atmosphere, Darling Harbour is a 10 minute walk from Park Regis City Centre.
One of Sydney’s largest dining, shopping and entertainment precincts with a full calendar of outdoor events such as Hoopla Festival, Jazz & Blues Festival and fireworks every Saturday night in September, October, November and December.
New South Wales’ only casino is also located just off Darling Harbout. Combine this lively atmosphere with over 40 bars, restaurants, pubs and nightclubs with a gorgeous backdrop and visitors can not help but get caught up in all the excitement that Darling Harbour has to offer!
80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont
More than just a casino – with over 20 bars, restaurants and cafes plus nightly drink specials, nightclubs, a wine bar, luxe cocktails, lounge bars, live music, sports bar and the Lyric Theatre hosting world renowned stage productions.
The Star invites you to visit – but not plan your night – as you never know what twists and turns your evening might take!
There aren’t many places like The Rocks. Framed by the diamond-sparkled waters of Sydney Harbour and shaped by history, The Rocks is where Sydney began. But with 19th-century warehouses converted to chic restaurants, stylish bars, hearty pubs, interactive museums, artisan markets, eclectic shopping and free events, it’s also a place for now.
Countless Cafes Within Walking Distance
You are literally spoilt for choice in the Sydney CBD when looking for your next caffeine fix. The streets are dotted with cafes with varying themes and atmospheres. Park Regis City Centre has countless cafes within walking distance – including those listed below:
Shop 1, 27 Park Street, Sydney
Take a right turn out the front door of the hotel and within a couple of steps you’ll find yourself at another great cafe option – Speed Bar. Serving up great coffee and other refreshments as well as a whole range of sandwiches and snacks – all with the friendly service you would expect.
Queen Victoria Building
455 George Street, Sydney
The Queen Victoria Building, affectionately known as the QVB, dates back to 1898 and fills an entire city block bound by George, Market, York and Druitt Streets. The QVB offers shoppers a multitude of cafe options to start their day, take a break or end on a great note. Cafes include the street level Jet Bar perfect for people watching, The Tea Room for a spot of English tea & scones, Old Vienna Coffee House on level 1 and many others to satisfy your sweet tooth and caffeine cravings!
Cnr Liverpool & Pitt Streets, Sydney
A few minutes walk from the comfort of the hotel and you’ll find yourself with a creamy Italian coffee in breakfast, lunch or dinner heaven. Highly recommended by the team at Park Regis City Centre.