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Best Desserts in Sydney

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A venture by brother-sister duo Fanny and Alex, Boon gives Darlinghurst's Victoria Street a sweet touch. Downstairs, the sight of the cabinet filled with chocolatey delights is a visual feast, and upstairs, a feast for the taste buds awaits you. Just the sight of the handmade pralines is enough to send someone into a chocolate-induced coma, and upstairs in the Boon Terrace Lounge, there are some delightful chocolatey beverages as well. The menu also features tea and coffee.

Located on Hunter Street, the Rockpool Bar & Grill is a one of its kind place with a lavish decor and unique American design that instantly makes you feel ritzy as you step in. A warm ambiance with elegant embellishments, the restaurant is perfect for a date night with your special someone. Owner and executive chef Neil Perry brings showcases his culinary expertise in the diverse menu. A specialty of this restaurant is its beef preparations- hand cut in various styles, aged at the restaurant itself and locally sourced from the best places, the beef delicacies here are personally recommended by the owner and quite praised by many a patron. The open kitchen is yet another fascinating feature of this place. Watch your meals being cooked to perfection by the expert kitchen team. To complement and yet not to overpower your meals, they have an impressive bar menu with a variety of wines and mixed drinks. Menu highlights include the Waygu Burger, Charcoal Roast Squid and Pork Belly and Passionfruit Truffles.

Before Japanese food was packed into bento boxes and squished into sushi rolls, it was an elegant and upmarket dining experience. And that's just where the owners of Toko Restaurant & Bar aim to keep it. In their Crown Street dining space, they have opted for a flashy wood-paneled fit out, with a room that incorporates communal tables, an open kitchen and a cocktail bar. The menu itself is varied, with diners able to select from small plates designed to share, sushi and tempura from the kitchen, or meat cooked on the robata grill as they watch.

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