Barangaroo House


Barangaroo House, Matt Moran and the Solotel Group’s three-level venue, offers three different dining and drinking experiences across the three levels. 

One of Australia’s most exciting and highly regarded chefs, Tom Haynes (formerly Chiswick) heads up the kitchens and has created three fun and different menus across each level. The food is matched by an accessible wine program by sommelier Georgina Larrson, who has curated exciting wine lists for all three levels of the venue that feature iconic Australian labels next to up-and-coming producers. 

House Bar, on the ground floor, is a cheerful, relaxed space where you can choose from 12 beers on tap, a rosé-led wine list and cocktail pitchers – perfect for long afternoons in the lush outdoor terrace. The approachable food menu is all under $30 – featuring buckets of fresh seafood, burgers and salads.

Barangaroo House has hit refresh on level 1 at Barangaroo House. Bringing you a new drinking, dining and listening experience that sounds as good as it tastes. A nod to Japanese listening rooms, Rekōdo (Japanese for ‘record’) blurs the line between food, drink and music to create an immersive restaurant and vinyl bar with a Japanese bent. Sake, cocktails, wine, and dishes that ignite the senses are set to a killer soundtrack curated by a collective of artists and vinyl DJs. Join the fun on level 1, Barangaroo House.  Open from Friday 16 September.

Smoke, a sophisticated rooftop bar, has everything you would want from a cocktail bar: harbour and city views, a diverse music program, and of course – a surprising mix of unique cocktails, many of which include subtle references to the bar’s name. The Champagne-focused wine list features bottles that are imported directly for Barangaroo House; and imaginative tasting plates include grilled wagyu skewer, and tuna tartare, bonito, bread crisps.  

Adding to the overall experience in the award-winning building is the stunning design of the spaces themselves. Textures range from marble and brass, to timber and leather, with colour palettes that incorporate pink, burnt orange and green – a perfect match for the water views and sea breeze. 


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