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Discover our harbourfront restaurant's modern Australian-inspired cuisine featuring local produce and authentic flavours paired with Australian and international wines carefully selected by our resident sommelier.
Located in the Rocks on the corner of Argyle Street and Sydney's oldest cobblestone laneway, Kendall Lane, designer Michael McCann transformed the historic former bond warehouse into a unique dining space. The interior features a dramatic open kitchen with pony hide clad kitchen counter, heritage brick walls and commissioned woven art hangings on a mesh-clad side wall. The restaurant is intimate with chocolate tones and moody timber and features and outdoor deck with a stunning communal dining table and lounge bar.Pony Lounge and Dining is a restaurant which is no doubt as unique as its name, offering an honest, flavour driven menu with the freshest produce. Critically acclaimed Chef Damian Heads reigns supreme leading a team of chefs who pride themselves on using only the freshest ingredients to create dishes in house which showcase Australian produce. A fun and buzzy atmosphere, Pony The Rocks is the perfect dining experience!
With awe-inspiring Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge views from every room, Italian Village serves freshly plated contemporary Italian cuisine; deliciously crafted pastas, rustic gourmet pizzas and modern Australian options made from seasonal produce. Adorned with exposed terracotta and sandstone walls, timber detailing and atmospheric lighting; Italian Village combines rustic charm with warm service, delivering guests an appealing space for any occasion.Perfectly positioned within a three-level 18th century sandstone building in the heart of The Rocks precinct, Italian Village brings the tradition and simplicity of Italy to the shores of Sydney Harbour.
Hidden behind historic sandstone and stained glass is the stylish, warm and welcoming traditional Italian ristorante – Appetito Pizza Pasta Bar.Superbly located in the heritage precinct of Sydney, Appetito features floor to ceiling glass windows enabling you to relax and soak up the beautiful surroundings. A warm ambience, innovative Italian cuisine and excellent service ensure a memorable dining experience.Spanning three levels, Appetito offers versatile spaces incorporating two bars, balcony, outdoor terrace and a private dining room.The private dining room, cocktail lounge and outdoor terrace occupy the entire top floor, making it perfectly suited for private functions and special occasions such as wedding receptions and corporate bookings. The dining area has marble open fireplaces, polished floors and striking gothic windows. The dining room has a capacity of 100 for cocktail and 60 guests for dinner.Level two seats up to 30 guests and features a view of our head chef Tim Fisher, and his team at work. This area is perfectly suited to group bookings.Level one features a quaint outdoor courtyard where you can slow down and soak up the heritage of The Rocks precinct. With floor to ceiling glass and a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere we look forward to welcoming you to Appetito.
Boasting awe-inspiring views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the world-famous Opera House, Waterfront offers guests the finest harbour front dining position in Sydney.
Nestled in an original sandstone storehouse at Campbell’s Cove in the historic Rocks precinct, Wolfies offers unrivalled views of Sydney’s spectacular Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Encompassing contemporary meals and graceful service, Wolfies provides an exceptional dining experience within easy walking distance from all Sydney CBD hotels.Specialising in freshly-plated contemporary Australian cuisine, Wolfies’ a la carte menu offers innovative meals crafted by a passionate team of chefs. Open for both lunch and dinner, guests can enjoy their meals outside on the Sydney Harbour foreshore or inside in one of the restaurants intimate sandstone private rooms featuring mahogany floors and exposed timber beams.
With the collaboration of modern cosmopolitan and traditional Japanese style fusion cooking, Yoshii has mastered the three main important elements in a cuisine; the visual, the scent and the flavor. Each individual dish is uniquely displayed with stunning tableware, demonstrating distinct balance of captivating colours and textures, which compliment the flavours, presenting the most attractive temptation onto the dining table.
Roll up your sleeves and get ready to hit the bar for tacos, over 100 different varieties of tequila and mezcal, margaritas and more at El Camino Cantina Tex-Mex Restaurant. With enough neon signs to light up the Las Vegas strip, El Camino Cantina is unashamedly Tex-Mex (not Mexican) in every sense of the word: from the food to the drinks and from the music to the decor. El Camino Cantina is all about big flavours, bigger margaritas and legendary Tex-Mex. The venue fit out itself is like no other in Australia, this neon flooded venue features two restored 1957 Chevy trunks overflowing with complimentary hot chips and salsas, a massive bar and dining room, a dedicated 27 club lounge, and an electric Tex-Mex meets rock’n’roll vibe where the tequila and music flow ’til the early hours.
Cruise is a classy yet casual, waterfront venue with a range of dining, entertainment and event options to entice.
Situated in the dress circle of the harbour, Quay has some of Sydney’s most spectacular views, sweeping from the Opera House to the Harbour Bridge. The food created by chef Peter Gilmore is equally awe-inspiring.Peter’s use of texture and his exploration of nature’s diversity are key elements to his continually evolving original style.In 2012 Quay was voted Number 29 on the coveted S.Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurant’s list, to become the highest ranked Australian restaurant and named The Best Restaurant in Australasia for the third year in a row.Quay has long been one of Australia’s most awarded restaurants, and has held the coveted 3 Hat & 3 Star rating in The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide & Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide for 10 consecutive years.In 2012 Peter Gilmore was awarded Chef of the Year in The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide.Along with our award-winning restaurant, Quay hosts some of Australia's most exclusive private functions. Every event hosted by Quay not only enjoys our world-class cuisine, but is surrounded by the iconic maritime panorama of the world’s most stunning harbour city. Visit our Functions pages for more information. Peter Gilmore's signature dessert, the Eight-Textured Chocolate Cake was featured recently on Masterchef. View the video here.
A family business established in 1974, La Renaissance has established its reputation as one of Australia's finest patisseries by maintaining the highest standards in the production of cakes, pastries, savouries, chocolates and macarons.Only the best and freshest ingredients are used and everything is handmade daily in our kitchen in The Rocks by our team of talented pastry cooks.Our food can be enjoyed in the outdoor café nestled between historic sandstone walls, accompanied by delicious coffee. It may also be packaged for take-away.For those special occasions choose from our range on this website and contact us to place your order.
Since opening in October 2010, The Cut Bar & Grill has earned a reputation of delivering the highest quality cuts of meat and sustainable seafood with perfectly matched wines and impeccable servi
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