/ The Sydney Traveler
Sydney — By Lauren Katulka on June 3, 2010 at 5:09 am
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Food with a View at Sydney Tower Restaurant

The Sydney Tower Restaurant offers plenty of delicious food and one of the best views of the city you’re likely to see.

The restaurant sits 300 metres above the city centre, giving diners a bird’s eye view of Sydney’s gorgeous harbour

Sydney Tower

Sydney Tower, seen from Hyde Park

across to the Blue Mountains. The restaurant slowly revolves, allowing guests to enjoy a 360-degree view of the city while they eat.

The Sydney Tower Restaurant’s self-service buffet offers a range of quality local and international cuisine. The menu is constantly changing as the chefs take advantage of the best seasonal produce. But you can rely on a wonderful range of seafood, roast meats, salads, Mediterranean and Asian dishes, and of course, desserts!

Trading hours: Open from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm for lunch on weekdays and noon to 3:30 pm on weekends. Dinner service is between 5 pm to 10:30 pm daily
Location: Sydney Tower Restaurant
Address: Entry via 100 Market Street, Sydney
Public transport: Catch a train to either Town Hall or St James station. The restaurant is a short walk away
Parking: Park at Piccadilly Car Park (entry at 137 Castlereagh Street) to enjoy special customer rates when parking after 4:30 pm
Cost: Adult lunches start from $49.50 and dinners start from $64.50. Additional charges apply for Sunday and public holiday lunches, dinners from Friday to Sunday and public holidays. All children’s meals cost $25
Website: http://www.sydneytowerrestaurant.com.au/

Image source: Aussiegall @ Flickr

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