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This topic contains 7 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Jess SCIA 4 months, 3 weeks ago.

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  • #5964

    danholt
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    https://www.timeout.com/sydney/restaurants/wheelchair-accessible-restaurants-in-sydney

    heres a list of some great spots in sydney that are accessible.

    where’s your go to restaurant?

  • #6087

    Jess SCIA
    Participant

    Sydney Opera House has some amazing foot spots that are accessible! Great food too!

  • #6339

    nath91
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    I use this website to find accessible restaurants https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/all-suburbs/all-cuisines/features-accessible-by-wheelchair/search

    There’s a good variety on there and it shows the price range and other useful details. My go to is The Star, as there are a lot of accessible restaurants there and the view in the outdoor area is amazing.

  • #8129

    Jess SCIA
    Participant

    SO while we are in Quarantine, how about a list for all the we miss being able to eat at?
    Apart from the Longueville Hotel (great pub and even better food) I do miss eating in Manly and the lower North Shore. Anyone have any locals that they do miss?

  • #8142

    Jason
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    I miss my regular fix at dolcini which is the cafe at Royal Rahab Ryde as well as at Putney.

    Might be a good time to get the cook book out or maybe try some slow cooker recipes. There,s a good group page on Facebook http://www.slowcookercentral.com

    Also a good time to sharpen the kitchen knives while isolated indoors. Just bought a whetstone and guide rails for the knives. You Tube have some good tutorials on how to sharpen your knives using a whetstone. I use a 1000 grit to sharpen and then a 6000 grit to polish. The guide rails help to keep a 15 degree edge to the knives for an optimal sharp edge.

  • #8922

    Jess SCIA
    Participant

    I really enjoyed the food and surrounds at Otto on the Woolloomoolloo Wharf! Accessible (outside was anyway) and they have a vegan menu for those so inclined!

  • #10675

    Jess SCIA
    Participant

    https://www.birdwoodcafe.com/ is my local for food and accessible times. I sit outside, as there is a step or two inside and its smaller. They will come out and take an order though! And the people are so friendly. They also allow me to pay from the table as well. Very accommodating!

  • #10782

    Jess SCIA
    Participant

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    Anyone for an accessible high tea? Give them a call beforehand and the accessible spots are at the front door. Food and Scenery here is phenomenal.

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