Do you have wanton wrappers on your menu?
Or beatle leaves?
Or shitake mushrooms?







An invaluable service that could save your restaurant fom a devastating review

(Read more)




Gateway Circular Quay

They say with restaurants that their success is primarily about location, location, LOCATION!

If that's the case, then the dining establishments in Gateway Circular Quay are perfectly placed. Across the road from Circular Quay and its ferries and cruise ships, on the edge of the main shopping CBD, just minutes from the Royal Botanic Gardens in one direction and three railway stations in easy reach, this has to be the ideal location.

While Gateway has been here for some years, recent significant refurbishment and a new management direction was the reason that an official launch was planned in late-February, 2017. The Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore, officially launched DEXUS Property Group’s (DEXUS) recent retail development, Gateway Sydney, shown here (above) with DEXUS CEO, Darren Steinberg.

In her speech she stated: “The $80 million investment of Gateway Sydney has enabled a re-working of the important Jessie Street Gardens - named for the great feminist, international peace campaigner and campaigner for Aboriginal rights. I’m glad to see her remembered, and proud to officially launch this great new space.”

Exciting all the senses are signature dishes and crowd favourites from the likes of Neil Perry’s Burger Project, Four Frogs Creperie, Adriano Zumbo (above), Hurricane’s Grill and Gelato Messina to name a few.

Gateway’s owner DEXUS Wholesale Property Fund has invested $80 million into the future of Circular Quay achieving a great result for all stakeholders.

Recognising the historical significance of the Jessie Street Gardens, DEXUS redeveloped the space in partnership with the City of Sydney. With an impressive façade on Alfred Street, the added transformation of Jessie Street Gardens has seen Gateway Sydney become an integral part of the Sydney CBD. Connecting 31,000 workers from surrounding offices, it provides a vibrant dining destination that both locals and Sydney’s 9.2 million annual visitors can enjoy.

DEXUS CEO, Darren Steinberg said “We’re delighted with the vibrancy that Gateway Sydney has brought to one of Sydney’s most significant precincts. The precinct showcases an exceptional range of Australian food and beverage offers in one collective location, providing a fitting gateway to Sydney Harbour and the CBD.”

With a focus on breakfast, lunch and dinner, trading seven days a week, diners are spoilt for choice with over 25 new eateries available across three spectacular levels. Among the offerings are some of Sydney’s most talented culinary experts who are now at home in Gateway Sydney.

Creating an iconic precinct in one of Australia’s most visited destinations, DEXUS Property Group has worked with architects Woods Bagot in collaboration with MT Retail Design Concepts to design a unique space that encourages diners to explore a fusion of new tastes whilst creating memorable dining experiences.

Natural light spills through from the rooftop, making this a delightful place by day or night.

Recognised for its unique design, diverse offering and contribution to tourism and the local area, Gateway Sydney has successfully captured ‘The Art of Eating’ and truly redefined the Circular Quay dining scene for locals and visitors alike.

The mix of restaurants, cafes and bars means that all dining needs can be met, and the mix of ethnic menus spans, Japanese, Italian, Mexican and more.

 Burgers from Hurricane Grill


Gateway Circular Quay, Alfred Street, Circular Quay, Sydney, open daily. 

Follow Gateway Sydney on Social Media for all the latest news from its 25 eateries and stay up to date with what's on: InstagramFacebook or Gateway management




Add comment

Security code




Www.Foodandtravel.Com.Au - Australia

Best Food Travel Website 2021 has been awarded

Best Antipodean Culinary Travel Expert, 2019

by the prestigious UK-based magazine...



It's worth taking a driving trip through country South Australia...

...winelands, long views, great seafood and more.

Find it HERE>>>



Where has WA's Great Southern and all the (wild)flowers gone?

You'll find them now permanently HERE...



If you are wondering where the GREAT IDEAS for Virtual Travel have gone to....

...they are HERE>>>



Missed seeing Esperance Western Australia ~ and Skylab?

HERE it is....



Georgia offers another world outside the capital...

Find out about it HERE>>>



World city options - take note....

...for when you travel again!




...from all around the world

Tune in and hear her talks on     

Radio 2GB 873AM....




Jigsaws and fishy things...

...Nova Scotia has this and so much more.



History and beauty with a dash of fun...

...and that's just the beginning of Armenia!



Zany Zadar & Croatia's north

Crazy and beautiful, a place everyone should visit.




Lovely Lisbon ~ and beyond. Sardines and secrets!

Find out much more here.... 



Where did cool Colombo go?

It's here!



Two virtual visits to Ontario





Where is Tbilisi? 

Once you discover its beauty and history, you will be making plans to visit as soon as you can.

Read more....



Madrid the marvelous - so much to see in Spain's capital.

See it all here....



If you missed reading about Thailand's organic produce....

Here is the new link....



Colour comes to Green Summer

See what is happening in Australia's northernmost city this summer....



Here's something fun to check out!

The world's most popular surnames .... country



~ Northern Spain ~

mountains and miracles - and much more!

After this journey, many people will never see the world the same way again.


Find out why....



Visit the beautiful heart of


Gondolas, cathedrals, cakes and a palace thrown in for good measure.

See for yourself!



And how about these vineyards in Georgia?

See other gardens in strange locations here....



Now this IS unusual! The Golden Bridge near Da Nang in Vietnam

(Photo: psyajh1004)

See  more on this video....



Australia, the land of long straight roads.

Cross the country with us and see some more of them...



Make your own food and travel videos? YES YOU CAN!

Gordon Hammond gives some insider tips.....



Travelling to Sydney? The northern beaches are spectacular.

See what we mean...



For an exotic travel experience, go glamping in the desert.

Where do you think this is?



Hungary has something for every traveller.

Especially those who love good food...