Wulugul Walk 33 Barangaroo Avenue
Sir Joseph Banks was a British naturalist, botanist and patron of the natural sciences, and accompanied James Cook on his first great voyage to Australia. It’s only fitting then that Sydney’s newest bistro and bar, fundamentally focussed on all things botanical, is named in his honour.
With head chef Hamish Ingham incorporating native flora into his Mediterranean-inspired dishes, and beverage director Rebecca Lines overseeing an extensive vermouth selection (that includes over 40 varieties, to be served straight or in cocktails), Banksii is a celebration of the botanists that painstakingly studied and catalogued the plants that make up our great land.
Barangaroo’s new Chinese eatery and bar serving Shanghai inspired street food
Belles Hot Chicken
Belles Hot Chicken is back with an expanded menu that includes their Chicken Sandwich and natural wines.
Serving Japanese-style burgers and izakaya plates
Barangaroo House, Matt Moran and the Solotel Group’s three-level venue, offers three different dining and drinking experiences across the three levels.
NOLA Smokehouse and Bar
NOLA Smokehouse and Bar offers the warmth of Southern hospitality, the flavours of next level American BBQ paired with an all class booze game & live music.
The Butcher's Block
Offering a high end yet casual all day dining experience, The Butcher's Block is your morning café, midday meeting hub, and evening restaurant of choice.
Banh Meats & Co
Banh Meats & Co. expands to The Streets of Barangaroo, bringing choose-your-own-adventure sandwiches and salads to the city.
Sharetea Australia is all about sharing the love for freshly brewed bubble tea with its customers.
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