Open Hours

Today 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Mon-Thu 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Fri, Sat 12:00 pm - 3:00 am

Sun 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

 

Aug 7: Closed

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Location

384 Oxford St, Paddington, New South Wales, Australia

Contact Us

Restaurant Reservations
+61 2 9114 7329


Bar Bookings
+61 2 9114 7330

Group Bookings

We love a party at Merivale. Enquire about a group booking 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 10 mins via Oxford St
From Airport 20 mins via Southern Cross Dr, South Dowling St, Oxford St
Street parking & parking station's available.

Taking a taxi from the city?
Ask for The Paddington, 380 Oxford St Paddington.

Enjoy walking?
The Paddington is an enjoyable 30 minute walk up Oxford St from Hyde Park and Museum Station. Enjoy the buzz of Oxford St on your way to our market filled with local designers and quality Australian made fashion, accessories and homewares.

By Public Transport

Take the train to Museum Station and get any of Sydney buses no: 380, 333, 378 (blue and white) or M40 (red bus) up Oxford St and get off at the first stop after Paddington Town Hall. (Bus tickets available at the kiosk at the bottom of the stairs at Museum Station)
Take the train to Central Station, take the Eddy Ave exit and go to Stand A
Take the 378 or 440 bus (Sydney Buses) Ask for the William St stop in the centre of Paddington Shopping Centre on Oxford St. Bus tickets available from kiosk at station.
Take a bus from the city to Bondi Junction that goes up Oxford St and get off at the first stop after Paddington Town Hall.
Take the M40 from Chatswood and get off in Paddington Shopping Strip on Oxford St.
Take the 333, M40 or 380 from Bondi to the city and get off in front of Max Brenners or Mitre 10 Hardware in Paddington Shopping Centre.
Walk from Pitt St Mall to bus stops on Elizabeth St near St James Station. Look for stop where the 333 bus departs to Bondi. Take this bus up Oxford St, Paddington and get off the bus at the Queen St stop.

The traditional neighbourhood pub reimagined. Drop into The Paddington for a family Sunday roast or late-night drinks with friends.

The story

Oxford Street is getting its groove back and we’d like to think we had a small part to play in it. Part-pub, part-restaurant, part-cocktail bar; each section of The Paddington has its own distinct style. Our kitchen is guided by executive chef Ben Greeno, who had the genius idea to install custom-made rotisseries.
What does this mean for you? Juicy, brown and sticky-skinned Bannockburn chickens that are hormone-free and air-chilled. You’ll never look at a humble roast chicken the same again. But we’re not just about chicken; we cook the finest rotisserie meats, fish and vegetables, as well as lighter shared meals. Our late-night menu kicks in at 10:30pm and it’s definitely worth sticking around for.
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