4 based on 128 reviews
Mister Percy Wine Bar & Kitchen is housed in a former historic wool store in heart of Pyrmont offering Mediterranean-style shared style food + pinchos alongside a carefully curated free-flowing wine that is sure to excite. Home to the effortlessly stylish
we had a combined room/dinner package. The atmosphere of the restaurant was small and cosy but the other people never felt intrusive. The staff were excellent and nothing was too much of a problem for them. Menu was interesting and well thought out in that the portions were such that you could share easily because of the way they were prepared. Also i felt the pricing very reasonable including the drinks.
4 based on 258 reviews
"Fantastic, innovative, but definitely Italian food" is the perfect description of this brand new, fun and fresh Leichhardt space. Michele Rispoli, 3rd generation restaurateurs bring you casual, modern Italian at its best, courtesy of their vision and the
We had the pappardelle with the lamb shanks, the fettuccine, and the ravioli.. Beautiful food, very tasty. Three of us had the cheese cake for dessert, which was death by cheesecake. Delicious!! The pannacotta was also delicious, but I was glad I had the cheesecake... rolled out of there very happy!!
4 based on 401 reviews
Tucked down an alley and hidden underground, Palmer & Co. is a time warp to the era of prohibition with its bootleggers, sly-groggers and the like. The 1920s-style clandestine bar serves up an extensive menu of spirits and specially crafted cocktails usin
It's sort fo hidden. If you don't know that it's in a small alley there are chances you will not find it. When we entered the bar, the first thing that hit was music which transports you to another era straight away. The ambiance is fantastic! It's like you have time traveled into the 1920s, the music, the decor, the servers in their unique attire (all had different looks but1920s theme going on), the lighting all serve the purpose of transporting you to the 20's. They have a live singer too. It was jam-packed and there was not a single table or even a spot to stand was available. But we got lucky within 10 minutes and got a spot on a small standing table. The cocktails are great I tried a couple and all were around $20. My favorite was Mercy Me. Whatever food we tried was also good. If you don't get a table then it might be a little troublesome, as me personally I don't like holding my drinks all evening long I need a spot (especially in an over crowded bar). My suggestion is to keep an eye on one of the standing tables and grab it quickly if someone is about to leave. That's what we did.Overall, we have loads of fun. It was a fun night. I would go there again for sure.
4 based on 244 reviews
A reasonable variety of modern Australian cuisine served promptly. An impressive wine list and good service. We very much enjoyed the mussels. The room was at capacity when we dined there last Friday evening so it was very loud. Fine dining prices.
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