Corner of Cowper Wharf Roadway & Dowling St. Woolloomooloo, New South Wales, Australia [Website]
This inexpensive food stand has been popular since WWII. It’s famous for their meat pies. I recommend getting your pie with the works that includes mashed potatoes and mashed peas. Anybody that’s ever been famous has stopped by Harry’s for a bite and they have the pictures to prove it. Everything is expensive in Australia with the exchange rate, but you’ll leave this place full for less than $7.
Quickest way there is the bridge/steps down the hill behind the Art Museum. But, the scenic way is through the botanical gardens.
96 Cumberland Street, The Rocks. Sydney, New South Wales. Australia [Website]
Built in 1921 and recently reopened after a nine month renovation this trendy rooftop bar/restaurant has an outstanding view of the Opera House and harbour. It’s surprising reasonable for Australia and has a great selection of beer and hard cider. The only downside if you don’t mind the climb is this place is almost always packed.