Wulugul Walk8/33 Barangaroo Avenue
Introducing some Spanish flair to The Streets, Born by Tapavino is the third venue to open under the Tapavino name, and the first to get its culinary cues from the Mediterannean coast and kitchens of El Born in Barcelona.The menu is less spicy, with tapas options that dance distinctively between sweet and savoury, and an enviable selection of cured meats (including the unparalleled acord-fed 'Pata Negra' Iberico de Bellota). Most importantly, it follows the Catalan culture of sip-a-little-bit-of-this and eat-a-little-bit-of-that, which makes tapas such a joyful way to eat - and eliminates any chance of food envy.
Barangaroo House, Matt Moran and the Solotel Group’s three-level venue, offers three different dining and drinking experiences across the three levels.
Casual, beautiful, and modern - much like Australia itself.
Muum Maam’s cuisine focuses on authentic Thai flavours, seasonal ingredients and the freshest of produce.
The exotic, comforting and unexpected flavours of Turkish street food get a modern make-over.
Banksii is Sydney's first vermouth bar, dedicated to all things botanical.
Zushi is your fun neighbourhood Japanese restaurant, serving a mix of sushi and innovative izakaya-inspired dishes
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
Step into the streets of Barangaroo