Top restaurants open in Sydney this Easter weekend

Cirrus lobster seafood

Easter weekend in Sydney is not just a time for egg hunts and chocolate bunnies; it’s also an opportunity to explore the city’s vibrant culinary scene. From waterfront dining with breathtaking views of the Harbour to cosy laneway eateries serving up inventive fusion cuisine, Sydney offers a plethora of dining experiences to make your Easter weekend unforgettable. Whether you’re in the mood for freshly caught seafood, authentic Italian pasta, or a modern Australian feast, we’ve scoured the city to bring you the best places to eat in Sydney this Easter weekend.

Hop into Easter at The Rocks, Barangaroo and Darling Harbour with a range of long lunches and exclusive Easter menus. 

The Rocks

mode kitchen bar easter

Promising some of Sydney’s best Easter eats, indulge in a themed afternoon tea, signature hot cross buns and artisanal goods.

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Darling Harbour

chocolate cake 15cenchi easteroffer darlingharbour

Elevated Easter feasts, family fun and long lunches! Darling Harbour truly is Sydney’s hub for Easter festivities, no matter what you’re looking for.

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Anason mussels seafood

Embrace the true essence of the Easter long weekend by indulging in long lunches, feasts and sweet treats by the water in Barangaroo.

  • Rivareno x Sonoma Not Cross Buns – Back by popular demand, enjoy the creamy, smooth texture of Rivareno’s gelato coupled with of Sonoma’s Not Cross Buns
  • Easter Menu at Cirrus – Designed to share, embrace the spirit of Easter with Cirrus’ seafood-led exclusive easter menu

More details here.