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Restaurants in Picton

 Enjoy the rural charms of restaurants in Picton

Just 80km from Sydney is a picturesque little town that shows you why life is sweet out in the country. Picton is where you can take in the stunning beauty of New South Wales and get away from it all, without feeling too disconnected. The town is a growing tourist destination that remains as yet unspoilt by crowds, so now’s the perfect time to enjoy it. New eateries are popping up alongside long-established local favourites, so there are more choices than ever for a great meal out at restaurants in Picton.

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Frank & Blanco - Picton

Frank & Blanco - Picton

Picton
Mexican$$$$
4.5/673
Frank & Blanco - Picton
Ventuno Restaurant

Ventuno Restaurant

Millers Point
Italian$$$$
5.2/6483
Ventuno Restaurant
Thai Pothong- Newtown

Thai Pothong- Newtown

Newtown
Thai$$$$
5.7/6272
Thai Pothong- Newtown
Milky Lane - Bondi

Milky Lane - Bondi

Bondi Beach
American$$$$
4.8/6307
Milky Lane - Bondi
Hotel Palisade - Henry Deane

Hotel Palisade - Henry Deane

Millers Point
Australian$$$$
5.1/6413
Hotel Palisade - Henry Deane
Baja Cantina

Baja Cantina

Glebe
Mexican$$$$
5.0/6265
Baja Cantina
Gregory Hills Hotel

Gregory Hills Hotel

Gregory HIlls
Bar$$$$
5.0/6355
Gregory Hills Hotel
Cavallino Ristorante

Cavallino Ristorante

Terrey Hills
Italian$$$$
5.0/6299
Cavallino Ristorante
Enigma

Enigma

Castle Hill
Greek
5.3/6258
Enigma
Albi's Table

Albi's Table

Cronulla
Italian$$$$
5.3/6245
Albi's Table
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    Where colonial architecture meets the great outdoors

    Settled in the early 1800s, Picton features many beautifully designed colonial buildings that bring the city’s past into its present. These include carefully restored country estates, as well the George IV Inn, one of the oldest hotels in Australia. History and heritage are never too far away from natural beauty in this part of the world. The Botanical Gardens are perfect for an afternoon stroll and the nearby Thirlmere Lakes National Park is a great place for cycling or kayaking. When you’ve had your fill of sightseeing, visit one of the restaurants in Picton to get away from the heat and relax over a delicious meal.
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    Keep it classic or get adventurous at restaurants in Picton

    Enjoy hearty Australian comfort food with a twist as restaurants in Picton offer lovingly made versions of crowd-pleasing burgers and salads, but also aren’t afraid to try something different. Tuck into paella for two, sip on a dandelion latte, or try breakfast waffles with edible flowers. Be sure to visit one of the Chinese, Indian or Italian restaurants in Picton if you’re in the mood for international cuisine, or keep it local and savour the flavours of New South Wales wines and produce at a one of the area’s gastropubs.
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    Restaurants in Picton are veggie friendly, too

    You don’t have to stay in Sydney to get a great meat-free meal. Restaurants in Picton welcome vegetarian and vegan customers as well as those with gluten or dairy-free diets. Many chefs and proprietors are more than happy to adjust dishes to your liking, offering creative substitutes for the ingredients you can’t tolerate. And there are plenty of delicious vegetarian dishes right there on the menu that will tempt even the most passionate of carnivores – perhaps tonight’s the night you’ll choose a handmade garden burger over a steak? Restaurants in Picton have something delicious to offer, no matter what your tastes and needs.