Potts Point is undoubtably one of Sydney's most vibrant and cosmopolitan neighbourhoods. We encourage to come check out this happening suburb when you stay at The Jensen Potts Point
Behind the doors where Monopole once was, Ria Pizza is now serving up artisan pizza, alongside snacks, and small dishes. A newcomer to Macleay Street offering a more casual dining experience, along with takeaway options.
Don't let the casual setting fool you. With Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt of award-winning Bentley Group at the reins, you can expect exquisite quality food and wines. Definitely one to seek out for afternoon pizza, snacks or a quick glass of vino.
Cho Cho San
Cho Cho San, inspired by the travels of Jonathan Barthelmess and Sam Christie, is the Potts Points answer to a Japanese izakaya-style eatery. The long dining bar and cream interior create a minimalist backdrop to the wonderfully eclectic menu. Perhaps washed down with a glass of sake or two, as you journey into a world of new tastes and flavours that detour from more traditional Japanese fare.
The Apollo has become something of a Potts Point institution. Drawing Jonathan Barthelmess' heritage, this Greek Restaurant presents traditional greek cooking sculpted to a modern standard.
From signature dishes to an innovative seasonal menu, each dish is better than the last. The menu is designed to share, so go on and immerse yourself in the authentic greek feast. We guarantee you'll go home with a full belly and a smile on your face.
Both banquet and outdoor seating feature in this elegant minimalist space or, for a unique experience, you can book the Chefs Table - A semi-private dining room where you can see all the magic happening in the kitchen.
Fratelli Paradiso - Italian food done right. With a chalkboard menu and year-round favourites like Scampi Pasta and a Black Angus 800g Rib Eye, this no-fuss Italian restaurant is hugely popular. With a rustic interior and knowledgable staff, it's a real neighbourhood gem.
Situated in a cosy nook in the centre of the Potts Point's food hub, Fei Jai or Fatboy in Cantonese, is a delightfully modern take on traditional Chinese cuisine.
Choose from bare brick minimalist aesthetic inside or al-fresco dining outside and soak up the vibe of this modern eatery. A popular choice amongst locals, this restaurant delivers authentic and simple fare using only the freshest ingredients.
The question is whether to try a more adventurous dish or stick with the crowd favourites. Take a stroll around the corner to try it yourself!
The minds that bought us Monopole are at it again with this European dining inspired Vegetarian Bistro. We know it simply as Yellow. A plant-based menu with focus on heirloom vegetables paired with an electric wine list, located in the iconic Yellow House Potts Point. Pop in for dinner 7 days a week or lunch on weekends and find out why they called it Yellow.