Open Hours

Today 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Wed, Thu 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 12:00 am

Sat 5:30 pm - 12:00 am

Sun 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm


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952 Botany Rd, Mascot NSW, Australia

Contact Us

Bookings & Enquiries
+61 2 9114 7345

Group Bookings

We love a party at Merivale. Enquire about a group booking this festive season and our team can help with everything from beverage tabs to food, or you can just reserve a space.

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Getting Here

By Car
From City 20 mins via Elizabeth St, O'Riordan St, Wentworth Ave via M1 and Botany Road
From Airport 5 mins via Ross Smith Avenue then Botany Road
Street parking & parking station's available

By Public Transport from the City Business District
Mascot station is a 10 minute train ride from Central station or an 18 minute ride from Sydney's Central Business District
State Transit Bus service 400 departs from Mascot station at regular intervals and is a 10 minute ride to Kingdom of Rice.
State Transit Bus services 309, 310 all depart from Green Square station at regular intervals and are a 14 minute ride to Kingdom of Rice.

By Public Transport from other major locations
From Bondi Junction Railway/Bus Exchange take the 400 (to Burwood) service
From Leichhardt to The Tennyson Hotel take the 438 then M20 service – linking Mascot with the CBD, Surry Hills and Alexandria.

Wheelin’ and dealin’ in Cambodian-style street food. Come on in… we’re here for a good time, not a long time!

The story

A calamity of colour and mismatched furniture switch up the space where Dirty Italian Disco once lived. The Tennyson’s second pop-up comes from joining forces with Mitch Orr and Cam Fairbairn, the team behind innovative inner east eatery, ACME. Working alongside head chef, Lillia McCabe, and front-of-house, Sophia Thach, there’s a frenzy of flavour and fun as seafood, meats and vegetables are grilled over charcoal or tossed through a wok.

Join a rowdy crowd tucking into share-style plates and the coordinated chaos found in the markets of Phnom Penh.

Kick things off with caramelised pork skewers served with pickled green papaya salad and baguette and wok-fried pippies, lime and Kampot pepper. Take it up a notch with blue swimmer crab with salted egg and green pepper, bbq chicken from the grill and fried rice with dried shrimp, green mango, snake beans and chilli. And, trust us, we won’t have to twist your arm to make room for the grilled banana, sticky rice and caramel for dessert.

The self-serve Tennyson bottle shop prevails – dealing up Cambodian and Asian beers, natural wines and Southeast Asian-inspired cocktails.