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.
Perfect for a business brunch, a cocktail with lunch, and casual dinner dates
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