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An intimate spot to gather with friends, stop by our tapas and pintxos bar for an aperitivo on the way to dinner or the theatre.

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

Your local Italian joint that’s ‘just like it used to be’

A bar and brasserie reminiscent of the grand hotel dining rooms of the 1930s, with the relaxed air of Sydney’s northern beaches.

An inviting and intimate space centred around an open kitchen, each detail has been considered and every element has a story – from the produce to the plates.

Set right on the beachfront; wander into this friendly local pub straight from the sand.

The perfect balance of comfort and sophistication, old and new, with a dash of the unexpected.

Mr. Wong does Cantonese-style food in a larger than life way. Seating 240 people over two levels and serving up a selection of up to 80 dishes, it’s a big affair. Yet somehow the restaurant still manages to feel intimate, with nooks for two, dim lighting and moody jazz.

With Cantonese classics and diverse dim sum, Queen Chow is where the east meets the inner west.

A Cantonese restaurant on Manly wharf that combines the best of Hong Kong with a touch of nostalgia – think honey king prawns and deep-fried ice cream.

Where people have come together for good times, and to celebrate significant moments, since 1880.

We celebrate the good things in life – food, friendship, family and fun.

Dine on classic French fare at our homage to the quintessential brasserie.

Set within a heritage dining room with soaring white columns, est. delivers fine-dining on a grand scale.

With a wide-roaming menu and a serious sense of fun, Ms. G's serves a side of the unpredictable.

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

Our pop-up with Pinbone, Dirty Italian Disco is now closed but come on in to Kingdom of Rice, the new pop-up with ACME at the Tennyson drive thru… we’re here for a good time, not a long time!

An idiosyncratic cocktail bar with precision-made drinks and friendly people making them.

Ash St. Cellar has all the things you love about European dining; the food, wine, and the passing parade – without the long-haul flight.

All the hallmarks of your trusty local, with the added bonus of a Chinese restaurant.

An airy eatery and bar in the heart of the city, perfect for a casual lunch or after-work drinks.

Sit at our long, marble bar and watch edible works of art being made with precision.

uccello is an open love letter to Italy, echoing its flavours, fresh produce and genuine love of cooking.

With everything from a fine-dining restaurant and a landmark Sydney bar, to a subterranean speakeasy, we have all your entertainment needs covered in our historic CBD building.

ivy

There's nothing quite like ivy. Our ever-evolving inner-city hub sets the standard for a new hospitality genre, combining dining, entertainment and retail.

Behind our art deco exterior beats the heart of a neighbourhood pub with a modern-Italian trattoria.

Sometimes nothing beats a juicy rotisserie chicken and some home-style cooking.

We serve the freshest locally caught and sustainable seafood daily.

A sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the CBD, Establishment Garden has you covered from breakfast to late night drinks.

An elegant space that knows its way around a party, Establishment is the grande dame of Sydney bars.

An ever-evolving space for chefs to bring to life. This incarnation of Work in Progress is a dim-sum pop-up led by revered dumpling master Eric Koh, of Mr. Wong and Queen Chow.

Esteemed British chef Alastair Little leads this refined pop-up at Hotel CBD. On Australian shores for a limited time, Little partners with Merivale to produce a stylish, seasonal menu.

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