Big Table Supper Club together with Backyard Opera is helping to bring a brand new dining experience to Sydney. Those of you lucky enough to have lived abroad, may have experienced the phenomena of supper clubs.
It’s Grub’s Guide to February, and for such a short month, it is jam packed with festivals and night markets to attend and indulge on. With Chinese New Year and Carriageworks bringing together the best of Sydney, there is plenty to enjoy.
Bert’s is the newly opened, exceptionally snazzy addition to The Newport. The team at Merivale have opened an elegant, 1930’s inspired brasserie and bar that overlooks Pittwater and the expansive grounds of The Newport.
The newly opened Seventeen Restaurant and Deli is aluxurious café by day and modern restaurant by night. The gorgeous fit out, with its marble tables and gold trims open out into an alfresco dining area that sits on the wharf of Walsh Bay.
Aki Daikos is no stranger to hospitality, having previously opened and collaborated in a swathe of Café’s around Sydney including Gasolina and Tella Balls. In his latest venture, The Good Filo, Daikos plans to bring the filoxenia (Greek hospitality) of Thessaloniki to Sydney.
The timing could not be more perfect for the new Bondi Beach Public Bar (BBPB). Open as of Wednesday the 20th, the new Bondi haunt is sure to be a hit with the experienced Maurice Terzini and Executive Chef Monty Koludrovic of Icebergs Dining Room and The Dolphin fame putting the pieces together.
Tis the season for shopping, eating a celebrating. In this month’s Grub’s Guide we’ve combined the lot with a range of Sydney Christmas Markets, Japanese cultural festival’s and marathon Seafood sales, see what’s happening this month.
Bringing every bit of British charm to Sydney is Mikey Enright and Julian Train. The duo who are the team behind the successful bar, The Barber Shop, are launching a 19th century-inspired English Tavern, The Duke of Clarence on Monday the 4th of December.
The team behind Riley Street Garage have added another impressive string to their bow in the exciting hub of Rosebery. Taking space in the suburb’s “The Cannery” precinct, Stanton & Co, is looking to showcase their take on Australian produce and cuisine, with a hint of Japanese.
As Darryl Kerrigan famously said, it’s a vibe. Whatever the vibe is, Hughes Barbecue has it in spades. It’s got an in-descript air of southern charm, homeliness, nostalgia, and the strong smell of smoky meats.
A place that’s called the Pizza Factory gives me visions of Willy Wonka, as if it is some sort of Italian dream factory where morsels of deliciousness are pumped out of an oven, piping hot with the smell of bread flooding the air around it.
Impromptu Dining was an exciting and sophisticated eatery at an impressive price point. However as Daniel Backhouse, head chef and co-owner, of et. al explains, things happen and “it is what it is really”.
Newly opened ‘Chula’ on Kings Cross’ Bayswater Road is set to change the way Sydney eats Mexican. Located in the Old Hugo’s Pizza site, the team of Nicole Galloway and Peter Lew (Barrio Cellar) are bringing a contemporary take on Mexican cuisine.
Isaac restaurant is a fresh new take on some of Sydney’s favourite flavours. The Redfern restaurants combination of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine creates a fancy, yet familiar approach to dining.
Your summertime shred can wait another month because there is just way too many good food events this month to pass up. 9-day beer festivals, Good Food Month, and a multitude of day festivals and wine tastings, it’s all worth it. Here is Grub’s guide to October.
There’s a new little wine bar that’s popped up in the heart of Marrickville. “Where’s Nick” Wine Bar is a small bar that’s dedicated to serving and educating locals on wine’s that are a little bit out of the ordinary.
In what could be the jewelthe jewel in the crown for Jackie Park, who already has his hand in the elaborate pie of Koi Dessert Bar with Masterchef famed Reyynoold Poernomo comes the newly opened, emerald coloured, Moss Bros Kareela.