Experience fine dining in Sydney Whether you're heading to Australia's largest city for a holiday or plan to live in Sydney , this destination is somewhere that can truly satiate your appetite for fine dining. With some of the best restaurants in the world calling Sydney home, why not visit one of these flavoursome delights while you're in town? Here are some fantastic spots to visit if you're eager to dine like the rich and the famous. Momofuku Seiobo With locations in New York, Toronto and Sydney, Momofuku Seiobo is truly an exercise in delicious tastes. Its menu takes inspiration from around the world, and is consistently delicious, having been awarded three hats by the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide. Ingredients are sourced as much as possible from local Australian producers, making use of Australia's natural abundance. Head along for lunch or dinner, enjoy the delicious food and drink with a regularly changing and evolving menu. The tasting menu features approximately 11 courses and takes at least two hours to complete, so you'll get a lot out of the experience. It's extra special because you'll also have the chefs themselves serving your food up. There's also a walk-in bar that serves up drinks and snacks. Visit at 80 Pyrmont Street. Marque Head to Sydney's Surry Hills to visit the sumptuous Marque restaurant, which is run by Mark Best, an Australian chef icon. With a passion for French food and experience working in some of the European nation's top restaurants, his own venture Marque consistently ranks as one of Australia's top restaurants. It has scores of recent awards and positive reviews such as the 2013 Australian Gourmet Traveller 3/100 Australian Restaurant Guide and a 2013 Sydney Time Out 5-star review. So what kind of food can you expect? Well-crafted dishes inspired by France but also bursting with new ideas and interests. While the menu changes, current features include Fraser Island Spanner Crab with almond gazpacho, almond jelly, sweet corn and Avruga and Paroo kangaroo with beetroot and radicchio kimchi. Opening hours are Monday to Friday with dinner from 6.30 p.m., Saturday dinner from 6.00 p.m. and Friday lunch from midday. Head along to 4/5 355 Crown Street, Surry Hills, to delight your palate with these flavours. " Whether you're heading to Australia's largest city for a holiday or plan to live in Sydney, this destination is somewhere that can truly satiate your appetite for fine dining. " Tetsuya's Restaurant Head to Tetsuya's at 529 Kent Street to unlock the secrets of this famous chef. Tetsuya Wakuda hails from the Japanese town of Hamamatsu, moving to Australia in 1982. He quickly showed promise as a chef, and began to develop his own culinary style that blends French techniques with the Japanese philosophy of using natural and seasonal flavours and ingredients. Head along to the restaurant to enjoy the 10-course degustation menu, from Tuesday to Friday for dinner and on Saturday for lunch and dinner. The Tetsuya experience is about more than just the food but also the whole atmosphere, with the restaurant in a heritage-listed site mixing Japanese and Classical decor. Cherish the peace of the Japanese garden, warm dining room or the bar, and enjoy the art and ceramics that decorate the premises. The kind of flavours you can expect include chilled cucumber soup with sheep yoghurt ice cream, sashimi of kingfish, marinated New Zealand scampi with caviar and Tetsuya's signature dish, a confit of Petuna ocean trout served with konbu, celery and apple. Dessert is also mouthwatering, with the menu including morsels such as a sorbet of Pione grapes with summer pudding. This year, Tetsuya's Restaurant was mentioned as number 60 in Elite Traveler magazine's World's Top 100 restaurants as well as the Australian Good Food and Travel Guide: Chef Hat Award. Give yourself easy access to these delicious flavours with a stay at the Mantra on Kent or Mantra 2 Bond Street , and be sure to taste as many delicious treats as you can.