It's exciting to plan a date with a Skissr lady.\u00a0When you think about all the possibilities, you can imagine what you could do. You might decide which hotel you want to stay at, where to drink, and how you would treat your lucky lady.\u00a0There are many great bars in Sydney, as well as some amazing apartments and hotels.\u00a0Before you can choose a restaurant, you need to decide what type of food you prefer.\u00a0You can choose from Asian, Chinese, steak or Mexican cuisine.\u00a0We have put together a list of some of the most romantic places to take your\u00a0Syd escort.\r\n\u00a0 Caf\u00e9 Pac\u00a0is a permanent Inner West location for one of Sydney's most loved chefs. It serves up creative cross-cultural sharing plates and a great selection of natural wines.\u00a0Paci is a mix of casual restaurant and European-style wine bar, which Sydneysiders love. It's brought to life by a young and energetic service team.\u00a0You have to applaud a place that can put steak Diane back.\r\nEster\u00a0- What's it?\u00a0This is a favorite dish for dishes that have a unique flavor, cooked in a wood-fired oven.\u00a0There are many options here: the fermented potato bread, kefir cream, and dashi jelly, the blood sausage sangas, the ice cream made from yesterday's bread, all of which take the top spot on the Sydney dining scene dance card.\r\nWe love it because: There are so many delicious things to be found here. The fermented potato bread with Kefir cream and dashi jelly as well as the blood sausage sangas and the ice cream made from yesterday's Sourdough bread take the top spot on the Sydney dining scene.\u00a0Ester is a great place to visit, but Sunday lunch is the best. The sun shines in the room, and one bottle of natty wine becomes three.\r\nSaint Peter\u00a0- What's it all about?\u00a0It is undoubtedly Sydney's most innovative seafood restaurant. Josh Niland is the chef.\u00a0We love it because the new counter-style chef's kitchen has transformed the space on Oxford Street. It makes it more exciting and interactive to see the culinary wizardry. Think terrine made of coral trout head, dry-aged mahi mahi, dry-aged mahi mahi, and chips made with fish eyes.\u00a0The refurb has made the experience more enjoyable, but it is better for two people than three or four.\u00a0Be careful when choosing your dining companion.\r\n\u00a0 You'll be looking for nice bars to enjoy all the delicious food you've been eating.\u00a0There are many great bars in Sydney, so we chose these.\r\nRebar\u00a0- Scout London's Matt Whiley is creating a new style of hospitality that doesn't lose sight of smashable drinks.\u00a0Re- is innovative and regenerative. The furniture is made from pineapple-leaf fiber and recycled milk bottles.\r\nPS40\u00a0A striking-looking, brightly lit bar that houses its own soda-making facility.\u00a0Although smoked lemonade and wattle cola sound interesting enough, these boozy creations are really top-notch: salted pina coles; "breakfast" negronis and a perfect tribute to\u00a0Black Star Pastry\u2019s famous strawberry and watermelon cakes.\r\nShadys Pin\u00a0is a Nashville-themed den run by the Swillhouse Group. It's all about good cocktails and straight spirits, bourbon especially.\u00a0Americana and taxidermied animals decorate the walls. There's always a lot of energy, even on Mondays. Your rye also comes with an endless supply peanuts.\u00a0This is one of the oldest bars in the city.\r\n\r\nThese are our recommendations for the best places to eat in Sydney with amazing friends.\r\nBonus Tips: If you plan to visit any of these spots in Sydney, we highly recommend that you call ahead and book a table.\u00a0It is not easy to find tables at these places on weekends.\u00a0You can avoid any problems on your big night by booking ahead.\r\nWe advise you to not get too drunk when drinking with an escort.\u00a0You don't want to get drunk and make fools of yourself in front your date.\u00a0Limit your alcohol intake to one drink per hour during the evening to avoid getting too drunk and still being able to enjoy your date.