St John’s Church
Grab a pamphlet inside this lovely sandstone church (1858) for an interesting 10-minute, self-guided tour. It makes for a hushed escape...
Plush chesterfields, art nouveau wallpaper, dark-wood panelling and bamboo screens – the Victoria Room is the spoilt love child of a...
It’s not often you’ll see someone sporting lederhosen in Sydney, but you will at Una’s. This is the place to fill up on hearty,...
348 Victoria St · interesting places nearby
A Tavola information
At this classy pasta joint, the menu only has a handful of dishes to choose from, but you can be confident that they will all be fantastic. Don’t be afraid to bump elbows with your codiners at the long communal table – chances are they’ll be too absorbed by the taste synapses firing inside their brains to notice.