RESTAURANTS & BARS

Icebergs Dining Room and Bar
1 Notts Avenue
Bondi NSW 2026
Tel: 61 2 9365 9000
Fax: 61 2 9365 9099
Contact: Maurice Terzini
Mobile: 0411 881 122
Email: or

Icebergs Dining Room and Bar is situated in one of the most beautiful and awe-
inspiring locations in the world - Bondi Beach. The panoramic views, ultra cool
interiors and a menu based around a modern Mediterranean theme with a strong
emphasis on seafood have kept this restaurant on the hot list since it‟s opening in
December 2002.

North Bondi Italian Food (NEW)
118-120 Ramsgate Av
North Bondi 2026 NSW
Phone: (02) 9300 4400
Chef: Robert Marchetti
Contact: Maurice Terzini
Mobile: 0411 881 122
Email: or

The simple name really says it all - Italian fare served above an iconic stretch of
coast. North Bondi Italian Food doesn't try to be anything more than that, but with
Maurice Terzini as one of the owners and the uber-sophisticated Icebergs Dining
Room as its sibling, this new eatery can't help but create a stir. The former
Moorish site has had a makeover, shifting the long bar over to the side of the
room and filling the space with bright yellow chairs and simple unclothed tables,
while enormous pleated lampshades hang above diners like '50s rock'n'roll skirts.
Features such as recessed trays built into tables to store the cutlery reinforce the
family-friendly, beachy attitude.

Chef Robert Marchetti's menu is similarly simple and laidback. Share-style
plates might display a rustic selection of Italian meats or cheeses, baccala
(salted cod) balls or calamari. The intention is to create an alternative to the
increasingly upmarket restaurants of Bondi, however this attempt at
casualness is unlikely to stop Bondi's sparkling social set from sweeping in
with expectations as high as their stiletto heels. Though it may be casual, with
a pedigree like this, diners are not likely to be disappointed.

SoBo (NEW)
70a Campbell Pde
Bondi Beach 2026 NSW
Phone: (02) 9300 8898

SoBo (the name twisting the South Bondi location with a bit of New York style)
has stepped up to the plate. Designer Paul Kelly has created a restaurant that
would be right at home in Manhattan - if only that iconic city had a beach like
Bondi's. The resulting space features deep banquettes, Parisian-style chairs and
striking burnt orange lights, combining city sophistication with cheeky beach-chic

In the kitchen, SoBo boasts European import Xavier Mouche, whose Australian
experience includes time at Bathers' Pavilion and Bennelong. Mouche's menu
combines classic techniques and fresh modern tastes to create dishes such as
an earthy quail and mushroom pithivier with grape jus, or escalope of salmon
with a slightly acidic Champagne and sorrel sauce. To match this feast of
European cuisine, there is a list of innovative cocktails and an extensive range of
international boutique wines.

Blue Orange
49 Hall Street, Bondi Beach
Tel: 9300 9885
Contact: Shane

Any cafe which uses the preferred sydneycafes website colours of blue and
orange is off to a good start in our books - it's like, yep, they got the Sydney
pantone there - orange signifying the sand and sun, blue the water and sky. But,
who cares, we hear you cry. And you're right - far better we talk about the food.
Far, far better, in fact, as the food is exquisite. Outrageously unknown chef
Shane Lurie has owned Blue Orange Cafe (with business partner Tasia
Doukakis) for only five months, but he's gaining fans fast. His life so far, cheffing
in award-winning restaurants in Italy, Austria, Germany, Switzerland,
Czechoslovakia, the UK, Ireland, and even Israel and Egypt has imbued him with
a worldly instinct for eclectic fusions of flavours which, while subtle in
themselves, gradually seduce the senses with sublime force. The Crispy Skin
Salmon, for example, relaxes ona prawn & saffron risotto touched with baby
fennel, sauce vierge and French salsa (which itself is an immaculate blend of
coriander seeds, fresh basil, white balsamic olive oil and salt & pepper). It's
probably the best risotto we've ever tasted! And the softest smoothest salmon-
flesh around shows that

Sean’s Panaroma
270 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach
Contact: Sean
Ph: 9365 4924

Soak up the beach activity while having lunch at Sean's Panaroma
A quirky beach cafe, half up-market restaurant - Sean's epitomizes
Bondi's studied cool. People certainly love spending their weekends here soaking
up fresh juices and the best brunch in town. The flavours are clean and well
balanced - a simple thing, so rarely done well. Simplicity and whimsy can be a
winning combination, especially when teamed with a body-surfer view of Bondi
beach. Sean Moran's passion for minimal chef intervention and prime seasonal
produce shines from the swinging blackboard dish lists.

Fishmongers (NEW)
42 Hall Street, Bondi
Tel: 93652205
Contact: Clair Statham

Of course, if you're going to batter a fish then you want to get it right. Thus when
the news comes that Fishmongers, Byron Bay's chippie du jour, had opened an
offshoot in Bondi off we go.Fennell and chilli salmon, from the specials board, is
cooked to soft perfection and arrives perched (fish pun intended) on a mound of
salad containing the seemingly ubiquitous kumara, a scattering of mungbeans
and the occasional slice of ginger to add a frisson to the proceedings. The salad
option - it also comes with chips or tempura vegetables - includes a sliver of corn
on the cob and a little plastic container of home-made pesto, which compliments
everything beautifully.

204 Clarence Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel: 61 2 9283 3440
Contact: Justin North & Georgia Lawrence-Slater
Email: Administration@Bé

In July 2005 the North‟s relocated to their new elegant space at 204 Clarence
Street. In the past four years Bécasse has developed and evolved into one of the
Sydney‟s premier dining spaces, with it‟s modern French cuisine and
professional, friendly service with one of the cities finest cellars. Justin and
Georgia‟s motivation is to continue to evolve their establishment into one of
Australia‟s finest restaurants. The driving force behind the menus is the
extremely high quality of the ingredients sourced by the kitchen, with strong
depth of classic technique, and well seasoned balanced flavour.

Pony Lounge & Grill (NEW)
The Rocks Centre, cnr Argyle St and Kendall Ln,
The Rocks
Tel: (02) 9252 7797.
Designer Michael McCann and former Fuel chef Damian Heads are the names
behind the just-opened Pony Lounge & Grill. McCann's open-plan design
involves a 12-metre communal table along a 24-metre deck and outdoor bar,
plus seating for 35 inside. Heads' menu, meanwhile, revolves around 18 or so
small sharing plates from the wood-fired grill.

Guillaume At Bennelong
Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Pt,
Contact: Guillaume Brahimi or Emily Jackson
Ph: (02) 9241 1999 Fax: (02) 9699 3491

The new Bennelong is a celebration of the meeting of two Sydney icons. The first
is Joern Utzon's dramatically ribbed, vaulted space in one of the smaller wings of
the Opera House; the second is French expert Guillaume Brahimi, a former
three-hat chef.

No. 1 Macquarie Street
East Circular Quay
Sydney NSW 2000
Contact: Angela Aitken, Marketing and Events
PR Contact: Ally Jackson - Landa Communications
Tel: 61 2 9302 0202
Fax: 61 2 9302 0203
Mobile: 0406 133 102

ARIA Restaurant is situated on the very edge of Sydney Harbour. It is owned
and operated by Matthew Moran and Peter Sullivan. ARIA provides a dining
experience that encapsulates Sydney lifestyle, offering panoramic views of
Sydney Harbour, the freshest Australian produce in an innovative and
contemporary menu, an extensive award-winning wine list with seamless,
friendly and efficient service. ARIA Restaurant is the ultimate dining

360 Sydney Tower Restaurant (NEW)
Level 1, Sydney Tower, Centrepoint
100 Market St, Sydney
Tel: (02) 8223-3800 Fax: (02) 8223-3843
Sales & Marketing Manager - Rachel Norman
Phone: 02 8223 3830
Mobile: 0406 990 775

Located at the top of Sydney Tower, the transformation of this iconic 24 year
old venue into the new 360 Bar & Dining Room has seen the highest
restaurant in the southern hemisphere change into one of the world's most
stylish entertaining destinations.

Glass Brasserie (NEW)
488 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel: 9266 2000
Nina Mavris - Assistant to Hotel Manager
Direct Line 61 2 9265 6007
Direct Fax 61 2 9265 6001

Glass brasserie is the latest venture by Sydney celebrity restaurateur Luke
Mangan with wine by Master of Wine Dr Ron Georgiou and interiors by the highly
esteemed New York designer Tony Chi.Warmth and openness are key to glass,
as they are to Sydney itself. Here you‟ll find stunning glass lifts passing through
the floor as well as open theatre and pastry kitchens, a chef‟s table and a
crustacean bar.Plus you‟ll find wine on a grand scale - three 13 metre high wine
towers and a phenomenal 30 metre long wine wall. The overall impression is one
of timeless beauty and elegance with a stunning interplay of space and light.
Very Sydney.

Level 1, 252 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel: 61 2 9240 3010
Fax: 61 2 9240 3001
Contact: Simon Willis, PR General Manager- 61 2 9357 3600
Email: simon@nac-group,com

Est. Head Chef Peter Doyle is widely regarded as a founding father of modern
Australian cuisine. With a career spanning 30 years, he has been referred to as a
'homegrown legend' and 'inspiration to the industry'. Est. is Establishment's fine
dining restaurant. This elegant space features the magnificent heritage aspects
of the building together with beautifully designed furnishings and luxurious

Flying Fish
Pier 21, Lower Deck
19-21 Pirrama Road
Pyrmont NSW 2009.
Ph: 02 9518 6677
Fx: 02 9518 6699
Contact: Dianne James.
Mb: 0414 184 149
Contact Email:
Restaurant Email:
Flying Fish, situated at the maritime heritage site of Jones Bay Wharf Pyrmont is
Sydney's new 140-seat restaurant & bar. With Head Chef Peter Kuruvita's
inspirational menu of fresh seasonal produce and Michael McCann's stunning
two-storey loft design, Flying Fish is bound to be a memorable dining experience.
Add a cellar that rivals the best in Sydney and a spectacular view, and you have
a Flying Fish dining experience to remember.

1/6 Cowper Wharf Road Woolloomooloo
Telephone: 02 9332 4600

Aki’s Indian restaurant is located by the water‟s edge at the Woolloomooloo
Finger Wharf. This hidden gem has a relaxed elegant vibe and an exquisite
mouth-watering menu. Stylish yet unpretentious, Aki‟s brings the warmth, colour
and rich colours of India and nestles it comfortably at Sydney‟s Woolloomooloo
Wharf. Aki‟s has long-been favoured by locals and has a loyal following of
Balmy summer nights are perfect for enjoying the exotic atmosphere of Aki‟s.
Expect the unexpected.First-class modern Indian food, Aki‟s features delicate
light dishes, fresh with aromatic spices that blend comfortably with the more
traditional favourites on the menu devised by Head Chef and Owner Kumar

China Doll
Shop 4 / 6 Cowper Wharf Road
Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
Tel: 61 2 9380 6744
Fax: 61 2 9380 6755
Contact: Joshua Dunne

China Doll is one of the newest additions to the amazing selection of restaurants
at Woolloomooloo Wharf. With a spectacular vista of the Sydney skyline, this
stylishly sleek Iain Halliday designed beauty offers a balanced menu of
generously portioned Modern Asian dishes from the talents of chef Tané Malcolm
(previously at Neil Perry's XO and Wockpool) and original, Asian-inspired

Marque Restaurant
355 Crown St
Surry Hills NSW 2010
Tel: 61 2 9332 2225
Fax: 61 2 9332 3090
Contact: sha, Owner and Chef - 0414 611 255

Marque is the ultimate homage to the food gods. Egg lamps create an intimate
space at each table in this warm chocolate box room. The cuisine is produce
driven and edgy. A subtle almond jelly is served with firm crab meat, almond
gazpacho, prune oil and sweet corn custard; Potato mille-Feuille follows,
sandwiching a delicious smoky portion of mackerel served with olive "truffles"
and hazelnut emulsion. Other courses may feature pigeon, roast rabbit with
wakame and cashews, or venison; all contrasts of flavour, texture and
temperature. The award winning wine list can be matched to each course or let
the sommelier guide you. Holder of the Sydney Morning Herald „Good food
guide‟s‟ 3 Hats for the last 4 years with 19/20 and „Chef of the year‟ for Mark Best
in 2006

La Sala (NEW)
Ground floor, 23 Foster street
Surry Hills
Tel: +61 2 9281 3352
Contact: TBA

La Sala. Simpson's modern Italian cooking remains as creative as ever, and it's
all matched in inspiration by a rich decor that features live vines growing at the
entrance, an open kitchen and see-through dry goods room, soothing chocolate
carpets and wiry chandeliers jiggling from impressively high ceilings. The chef
says his vision was to produce his own version of Venice's famous Harry's Bar -
but in, erm, Sydney - with flavours that are as simple as they are bold.

85 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills NSW
Tel: 61 2 9280 2888
Fax: 61 2 9280 2887
Contact: Sam Christie - 0416 229 469
Media Relations: Lindy Thompson PR -

Located in a 100 year-old warehouse in the inner-city suburb of Surry Hills,
Longrain is a cool contemporary restaurant and bar serving beautiful Asian food.
Original features of the warehouse co-exist with contemporary additions of
woven wood paneling and enormous industrial fans. The lounge bar with its long
banquette and molded plywood stools, eclectic mix of 'stick drinks' and DJ mixes
creates a relaxed atmosphere, while the dining area cut with a catwalk of three
enormous communal tables, encourages traditional 'Asian style' dining. Chef
Martin Boetz's menu is an inspired blend of Thai and Chinese influences with
dishes that are designed to be 'share-able', and is beautifully complimented with
a wine list carefully selected by co-owner and sommelier Sam Christie.

Billy Kwong
3/355 Crown St
Surry Hills NSW
Ph:(6 12) 9332-3300
Contact: Kylie Kwong

Inscrutable: it's a tea house, but it's funky. It's modern, but the food's classical
Chinese. Kylie Kwong's restaurant is a tasty enigma wrapped in a wonton. Kylie
Kwong rules at her own unabashedly Chinese eating house, where the emphasis
is very much on good nourishing food. Tea, oolong or green, is replenished
quickly as waiters bop in and out of the kitchen while diners perch on stools
crammed around neat blackwood tables, amid neat blackwood decor. It's a
modern matchbox of a space, softened with Chinese antiques and illuminated by
a huge white lantern.

Kirketon Dining Room & Bar (NEW)
207 Darlinghurst Rd, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Contact: Amanda Fry
127 Salisbury Rd
Camperdown NSW 2050
T. 61 2 9557 0770
F. 61 2 9590 9570
M. 61 418 262 282

Kirketon Dining Room & Bar represents a contemporary dining experience
inspired by the iconic brasseries of Paris and rich atmosphere of New York's
most famous French Grill restaurants.

Restaurateur James Ingram and interior designer and brother Jonathan, have
transformed the ground floor into a stylish world of dark leather booths, antique
French mirrors, aged brass finishes and low lighting. The overall effect is an
intimate and classic dining space of the highest quality and service.

For proprietor James Ingram, Kirketon Dining Room & Bar represents an
evolution of his award-winning endeavour International Restaurant & Bar.
Upholding International's reputation for service and quality, Ingram has
reassembled his ground breaking creative team, led by Head Chef Jocelyn
Riviére, Restaurant Manager/Sommelier Shane Harris, and Bar Manager Ross
Kerr to headline Kirketon Dining Room & Bar.

Discover Kings Cross
Stephen Carnell
Kings Cross Partnership
Potts Point 1335
Phone: 0418 255 214

Yellow Bistro for brunch
57-59 Macleay Street, Potts Point
This popular eating house in Potts Point has an adjoining food store in a slickly
renovated building – the former Yellow House artist‟s colony that was, in the
70‟s, an icon of Sydney‟s bohemian life.

Lo Studio Restaurant & Bar (NEW)
Upper Ground Floor, 53-55 Brisbane Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Lunch: Monday - Friday (12noon-3pm) Dinner: Monday - Saturday (6pm-11pm)
Bar: Monday - Saturday (5pm till late)

If Danny Russo's modern Italian food doesn't make you think you've dined and
gone to heaven, the airy white interior just might. The painted art deco walls are
as milky as they are curvy, with the motif furthering its classic style with marble
floors, vintage wood panels, dark chocolate banquettes and brass trim. Russo
(ex-Aqua Luna and L'Unico) says the space reminds him of the rich architecture
of 1940s Italy, even as his food is firmly footed in the present - the chef likens it
to a combination of the full flavours of the south with the excellent presentation of
the north. There's also a diligent focus on sticking to classic ingredients while
cooking them in unconventional ways. Italofiles will love all the native touches,
from the imported tableware and accoutrements to the use of Italian oils, Sicilian
sea salt and the extensive Italian wine list. The menu is both simple and
stimulating. Case in point: the signature squid ink tortellini, which uses ink so
fresh it colours the made-to-order pasta a deep midnight black, then gives way to
a subtly textured crab and mascarpone filling and a slow-cooked tomato sauce.
For those in the mood for a casual affair, cross the hall to the cocktail bar,
consider the generous grappa selection, and grab a plate of bite-sized arancini or
any of the other well-crafted nibblies.

48 Albion St
Surry Hills 2010 NSW
Phone: (02) 9212 7979

Owner/chef Warren Turnbull (formerly of Cruise) worked in Europe for three
years, and he admits it is those Old World influences that drive the offerings at
his latest restaurant. Expect delights such as a smoked salmon terrine with
pickled cucumber and beetroot sorbet, and a menu that is regularly refurbished in
its entirety. The first Sunday of each month features a specially themed

Two Good Eggs
Shop 2
148 Goulburn St
Surry Hills 2010 NSW
Phone: (02) 9283 9694
Contact: TBA

Pure, fresh and natural ingredients - I don't know when it became a philosophy,
or, something to 'believe in'. But if you've ever sipped a honeysuckle straight from
the hedge, or picked a strawberry from the patch, you have experienced that
something extra that elevates food beyond an experience of the senses, to be
food for the soul.
Sean Buttrose creates modern casual cuisine from quality local and international
produce in a hidden corner of Surry Hills, a firm believer that "food in its purest
state is the best tasting and most nutritious food available". Ascend the stairs and
your aura extends to its full size under the airy and bright 14-foot ceilings, where
chocolate truffles, eggplant parmigianas, friands, duck rice paper rolls and berry
pies beckon. For an edible epiphany - every time.

433 Liverpool Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
T 61 2 9360 9631 F 61 2 9360 7302
Restaurant Manager: Laura Johnson
Creative Exec: Neale Whitikar
Mobile: 0419 017 678.

Here are many people for whom a trip to Sydney is not complete without a visit to
one of Bill Granger's restaurants, the original bills in Darlinghurst or bills Surry
Hills.For more than ten years, breakfast at bills, whether it's the famous
scrambled eggs or the wickedly delicious ricotta hotcakes with banana
andhoneycomb butter, has been a Sydney institution, and visitors can also enjoy
lunch and dinner at both restaurants.
Menus at both bills and bills Surry Hills are based on what Bill Granger
passionately believes in - fresh, simple, seasonal food that is beautifully

Bills Woollahra (NEW)
Shop 5/118 Queen Street
Woollahra NSW 2025
Tel: 61 2 9328 7997
Contact: Neale Whitaker, Executive Creative Director
Confirmed by: Neale

Bill Granger‟s latest restaurant, Bills Woollahra, opened in June 2005. It‟s a very
pleasant place to be on a sun filled morning and serves some of the best coffee
in town. The menu sticks to the proven Darlinghurst and Surry Hills line-up.
Ricotta hotcakes, scrambled eggs and corn fritters are all here.
Aperitif (NEW)
7 Kellett St
Potts Point NSW 2011
Tel (02) 9357 4729

Chef David Bitton has expanded from his daytime Alexandria cafe to head up the
kitchen at this stylish wine bar on increasingly popular Kellett Street. The food is
innovative French and is focused on sharing plates in a 'degustation-style'
fashion, while the wines are European only and served in stemless Riedel

Vini (NEW)
3/118 Devonshire Street (entrance in Holt St)
Surry Hills, New South Wales, 2010
Tel (02) 9698 5131

Vini reminds us of its southern progenitors. It is small, unsleek and comfortable. It
is not pretentious. It is fun to sit here and enjoy a glass of Italian wine and nibble
on some excellent salumi, or you can arrive later in the evening and have a full-
on meal.

Bambini Trust Café
185 Elizabeth St
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel (02) 9283 7098

De Nom and Ruby Rabbit (NEW)
Tuesday – Sunday till late
231 Oxford Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Tel: 9326 0044
Contact: TBC

Ruby Rabbit has played host to music awards, fashion wrap parties, product
launches, after parties and much more. The client list is an enviable collection of
media, film, fashion and business names. De Nom is unlike any other venue in
the country, the crowning jewel to Sydney‟s most extraordinary venue.

De Nom the most anticipated, truly regal experience offering an unsurpassed
opportunity to indulge and entertain in a poetic sanctuary is unveiled in the attic
of Ruby Rabbit‟s exclusive Oxford Street establishment. No expense has been
spared in Paul Schell‟s design from the silk-tented ceilings, 23-carat gold gilded
wall panelling and cascading chandeliers, lush velvet day beds to the Versailles-
like flux of mirrors and American burr walnut bar panels and period furniture.
 On the ground floor the handcrafted turquoise wallpaper wraps around guests
like a cool breeze. White wicker furniture and fecund vines beckon in the corner
as the music starts to take hold. There‟s something warmer lurking just beneath
the surface, the white looks less virginal, the wallpaper has an edge, and a
groove kicks in.
 The first floor offers a New York-style experience with 108 hanging bulbs.
Reminiscent of a Hedonistic 1970s party environment this unique customised
space adapts and reflects the musical offerings.

Blu Horizon Bar
Shangri-La Hotel Sydney
176 Cumberland Street
Tel: (61-2) 9250 6000 Fax: (61-2) 9250 6250
Contact: Gabrielle Brewer

With a new name comes a new era, and a refreshingly breathtaking design which
showcases this fabulous top floor gem, Blu Horizon Bar. The bar offers the best
selection of your favourite and the latest cocktails, premium wines and

Zeta Bar (NEW)
488 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel: 9266 2000
Contact: Nina Mavris

Warm colours. Cool crowd. The Zeta bar is Sydney‟s gift to the chic set – the
place in town to unwind over a smooth cocktail, a chilled beer or a varietal
delicacy hand-selected by resident Master of Wine, Dr Ron Georgiou.
Designed by the Big Apple‟s Tony Chi, Zeta has become a true Sydney icon,
both distinctively cosmopolitan and characteristically Australian at the same time.
Covet a sublime sense of space and style with multi-award winning and multi-
faceted bar mixologists consultant Grant Collins and Bar Manager Mikey Enright
- leading trendsetters in the Sydney bar scene. Kick up your Italian loafers on the
terrace and take in the city skyline. There‟s no better place in town to soak up the
Sydney city vibe.

Opera Bar
Lower Concourse Level
Sydney Opera House
Tel: 61 2 9247 1666
Fax: 9247 5666
Contact: Jessica Fielding – Marketing & Events Manager

With spectacular and uninterrupted views of Sydney Harbour, Opera Bar boasts
one of the most enviable positions in Sydney. Located on the lower concourse of
the Sydney Opera House, Opera Bar offers uninterupted views of the Opera
House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and all the wonders of the city skyline. Whether
you‟re enjoying a cool drink on the sun drenched terrace, listening to live music
or enjoying a delicious meal under the stars, Opera Bar will not disappoint.

The Victoria Room
Level 1, 235 Victoria Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Tel: 61 2 9357 4488
Fax: 61 2 9357 4188
Contact: Michael

The huge, lofty space upstairs at 235 Victoria Street has been transformed into
an exotic lounge, dining room and club bar, richly decorated with antiques, curios
and ornate furniture of the British Victorian period. In the short time since
opening, The Victoria Room has attracted glowing reviews from both the
restaurant and entertainment literat'e and patrons alike. Pop icons, glamorous
entrepeneurs, fashionistas and the occasional suited politician blend in with
chilled out locals, all enjoying the lounge atmosphere and relaxed fine dining.
With a menu leaning toward Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavours,
everything on offer arrives fresh, and bursting with flavour.
King St Wharf – Night life
With some of Sydney‟s most popular waterfront restaurants and bars, King Street
Wharf is the ideal destination for some well earned rest and relaxation. Escape
the madding crowds and slip into a lazy afternoon drink at any one of our three
sensational bars; Cargo, Bungalow 8 or for a truly unique experience, head to
Sydney‟s finest cocktail lounge The Loft, home to the maestro mixologists Mikey
Enright and Garth Foster in a space reminiscent of the Kasbah.

The dining options at King Street Wharf are excellent with cuisine ranging from
the Northern Italian influences of The Jetty, succulent seafood at Nicks Bar &
Grill, legendary Malaysian at The Malaya.

The Loft
King Street Wharf
Level above Bungalow 8, 3 Lime St
Sydney NSW 2000
Ph: 02 9299 4770
Fx: 02 9299 4440
Contact: Robyn Dwyer – Functions Manager

King Street Wharf has had an injection of chic with the opening of The Loft, a
stunning cocktail lounge and bar perched upstairs at the northern end of the
precinct offering spectacular 180 degree views of Sydney Harbour. The Loft
creates an irresistible new force in the Sydney bar scene with its moody
ambience and beautiful soft lighting.

Hugo’s Lounge
Level 1
33 Bayswater Road
Kings Cross NSW
Tel: 61 2 9357 4411
`Contact: Mandi or Dave Evans (02) 9357 4411

Hugo‟s Lounge is the epitome of cool, just a stone‟s throw from Kings Cross.
Models, celebs and the like are often spotted amongst the suave crowd, feeling
at home amongst such luscious surrounds. The lounge is on the balcony, a
coveted place to swill champagne or one of the impeccable cocktails. The black
walled and floored interior is sultry, sophisticated and dimly lit with red lamps and
white candles.

Jimmy Liks Restaurant and Bar
186 – 188 Victoria Street
Potts Point NSW 2011
Tel: 61 2 8354 1400

Nestled in the leafy streets of Sydney‟s Potts Point, jimmy liks is a seductively lit,
contemporary restaurant & bar. With a focus on quality & lifestyle both the space
& the staff are warm & welcoming.

Opened in September 2002, jimmy liks was the combined creation of owner Joe
Elcham, architect Matthew Darwon & concept guru Rob Sample. On the fringes
of Sydney‟s nightlife mecca, Kings Cross, this chic, intimate space provides a
place for Sydney‟s urbanites & visitors alike to dine, mingle & relax to the
sophisticated sounds of chilled house & deep, warm electro.The long, slender
cocktail lounge serves up an original array of Asian inspired cocktails. From a
delicate "lemongrass martini" to a fiery "mekong mary" the flavours are clean,
fresh & sophisticated. On the long communal dining tables delicious banquets of
Thai & South East Asian dishes are served; it‟s peasant style fare at its best

The team, headed up by General Manager Justin Maloney, is young, energetic &
friendly, all dedicated to providing the casual yet sophisticated & affordable
experience that is jimmy liks.

22 Challis Avenue
Potts Point NSW
Tel: 61 2 9326 9000
Contact: Simon Willis, PR General Manager - 61 2 9357 3600

Lotus is a retro-elegant cocktail bar and restaurant in Potts Point – a definite one
for the cocktail lovers out there. Slick and intimate surroundings with snakeskin-
padded walls, low mirrored tables and comfy ottomans are the perfect backdrop
to lounge away the night, sipping some of the best cocktails in Sydney.
Water Bar
Blue Hotel, Sydney (old W Hotel)
The Wharf at Woolloomooloo
Sydney NSW 2011
Tel: 61 2 9331 9000
General Manager: K Mohanchandoran (Mohan)

Mix. Mingle. Shake and Stir. Welcome to the heart of W Sydney. The Water Bar
has been named "Bar of the Year" by the Sydney Morning Herald, "Best Bar" by
the Sydney Good Food Guide, and "One of the top 10 bars in the world" by
Condé Nast Traveler. Stretch out on the banquettes, lie back on the vast
ottomans, and embark on a new venture.

George Street, L4 The Establishment, Sydney
Contact: Simon Willis
M:0412 388 135 Ph: 9357 3600

Low divan seating surrounds this fabulous Private Lounge Bar. An eclectic mix
of exotic fabrics and textures give a Middle Eastern / Moroccan ambiance to this
very glamorous space. Large leather club chairs and plush sofas teamed with
exotic ottomans add a comfortable sophistication and perfect for a cigar from a
custom designed humidor. Fabric panelled walls and hand made exotic iron
screen all designed to make this private lounge bar a unique experience. “sushi
e” located within Hemmesphere is an intimate, beautifully designed sushi bar
accommodating 30 guests and provides superior quality sushi and Japanese

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