Potts Point

EggSlut’s Alvin Cailan leads new Potts Point pop up “Iconic Burger”

March 17, 2021

To celebrate the fact that online platform The Burger Collective is now doing delivery – TBC Delivery (it’s like your favourite delivery service, but only with burgers) – celeb chef Alvin Cailan has decided to open a new Potts Point pop-up called Iconic Burger. Kicking off on the 17th March for 3 weeks only, the […]

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Potts Point favourite Yellow plans epic World Vegetarian Day feast with guest chefs

September 11, 2020

A new Australian inspired pizza joint isn’t all Bentley Group have got cooking in the kitchen. The team are set on continuing their long-running Yellow Presents series at the beloved Potts Point restaurant, planning a huge feast for World Vegetarian Day with numerous guest chefs from the group’s awarded restaurants. For one day only, Bentley […]

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Five of the best new Sydney bars to check out this summer

January 24, 2019

Whether you like it or not, it doesn’t look like the NSW state government are removing the shackles they first placed on Sydney’s once vibrant hospitality (and hence, tourism) industry in 2014. And while people continue to campaign against the paralysing ‘lockout laws’, it’s looking like adaptation is the best way to go, at least […]

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Bistro Rex is tracking this year’s Le Tour de France with a new concept menu (Sydney)

July 13, 2018

With Bastille Day rolling through Sydney (and the world) this weekend there’s going to be plenty of celebrations throughout the city geared towards all things French dining. And seeing as French cuisine is one of the most diverse and technique-heavy in the world, that’s not a bad reason to get out and eat your way […]

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Paper Bird channels Korean, Japanese and Chinese flavours into a new weekend brunch menu (Sydney)

April 8, 2018

Rising Potts Point favourite Paper Bird has brought back their popular contemporary East-Asian weekend brunch menu this past weekend, launching a series of new dishes complemented by extended opening hours for locals and visitors who really want to sink their teeth into the modern interpretations of Korean, Chinese and Japanese flavours. From 10am to 3pm […]

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Holey Moley Golf Club to open their biggest venue to date in Kings Cross (Sydney)

April 8, 2018

Adding to their ever-expanding presence across the country, putt-putt party bar Holey Moley Golf Club will be opening their newest location under Sydney’s iconic Coca-Cola sign in Kings Cross. Set to launch on 10th May with what is being described as a “Gatsby-style” grand opening, the rapidly growing chain of venues will bring a two-storey […]

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A cookie dessert pop up has opened in Potts Point (Sydney)

July 30, 2017

From now until the 26th August Bistro Rex in Potts Point will play host to a very special cookie dessert pop-up, a collaboration between Byron Bay Cookies and dessert diva Christine Manfield. Brought to life to celebrate the brand’s new Ginger Spice Cream Cookie (ginger biscuits sandwiched with a nutmeg spiced fruirt mince cream), the […]

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A new Head Chef has brought an Ibero-American twist to The Butler (Sydney)

July 9, 2017

Flipping up the food menu at Potts Point favourite The Butler is newly appointed Head Chef Amber Doig, who has made some significant changes by bringing in an Ibero-American influence while retaining the venue’s share-style approach to dining. In making use of traditional Central and South American cooking techniques, recipes and methods, the New Zealand-born […]

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An authentic French baguette pop-up has opened in Potts Point (Sydney)

July 6, 2017

Sydney CBD’s Jardin St James are reaching out from their location in the forecourt of the city’s oldest church for a little hole-in-the-wall pop-up down in Potts Point, set to operate from today for the next month or so with a heavy, heady and delicious focus on the art of the French baguette. At least […]

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After six years Potts Point’s beloved Gastro Park will close in May (Sydney)

March 27, 2017

The team behind highly awarded and consistently inventive Potts Point restaurant Gastro Park has announced last service on May 20th of this year. After what has been perhaps the busiest year of new high-profile openings Sydney has seen in quite some time, Gastro Park and chef-owner Grant King have become the latest locally treasured restaurant […]

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A reinvigorated dining space opens up in the old Sugarmill Hotel (Sydney)

March 6, 2017

An exciting new venue has opened up in Potts Point, anticipated to bring back the energy to the area. Potts Point Hotel has transformed the site of its predecessor The Sugarmill Hotel, boasting a brand-new fit out, designated dining space, separate bar area and outdoor seating. The team in charge of bringing the venue to life is […]

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The Roosevelt makes a strong case for more whisky masterclasses in Sydney

February 19, 2017

“I don’t drink whisky” is a sentence I often hear from friends whose experience with the spirit doesn’t really extend beyond one or two harsh drams downed much too quickly, or a poorly made cocktail with an overload of sugary ingredients. Each to their own I guess, but to write off such a wonderfully diverse […]

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Review: The Butler’s new head chef makes some welcome changes – Potts Point (Sydney)

December 19, 2016

Newly appointed Head Chef George Fowler ha brought a sharp focus on seasonal and sustainably sourced produce to make some changes at Potts Point favourite The Butler. Now with a team that also includes Danish-born Executive Chef Kasper Christensen (ex-Quay) and regular foraging sessions with forager and chef Elijah Holland (who worked with Kasper at […]

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Review: Fratelli Fresh (Breakfast Menu) – Potts Point (Sydney)

July 26, 2016

Known for its pasta, the rapidly expanding Fratelli Fresh family is where restaurant and providore meet. My meals at Fratelli Fresh have always been punctuated by simple, good flavours and fresh ingredients,and that same food philosophy applies to the new breakfast offering, which recently been made available at Fratelli Fresh in Potts Point and Walsh Bay. […]

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Potts Point icon Gazebo gets a makeover (Sydney)

June 28, 2016

Iconic Potts Point institution Gazebo is getting a bit of a makeover, redefining itself with a new Mediterranean inspired menu, a wine list that champions regional and international names, and music to bring the community together. The move to a more culinary Mediterranean experience includes the introduction of shared plates, a wider range of local and international […]

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Sydney just received three new burger joints in the span of one week

April 27, 2016

Look, Sydney’s burger craze really isn’t going anywhere anytime soon so naysayers may as well embrace it. As burger chefs across the city continue to perfect their art, us here in the harbour city have become truly spoilt for choice. Media are constantly having to revise their “best burgers in Sydney” articles, frenzied burger fiends […]

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Review: Delhi by the Way – Potts Point (Sydney)

April 9, 2016

It seems the recently reinvigorated Kellet Way in Potts Point is once again picking up as a destination for locals and visitors who are looking food good, quiet restaurants and small bars to help battle the lockout law-induced blues. The small street has already drawn a new life from bars The Powder Keg and Parsons, […]

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Ramen O-San has opened up a new noodle bar in Potts Point (Sydney)

April 2, 2016

Potts Point is steady gaining more quality casual eateries, and it’s latest comes from the team behind Dixon House Food Court stall Ramen O-San, celebrated for their thick tonkotsu broths and consistently one of the best ramen joints in the area. This new store, Wok and Noodle Bar will still be serving up that great […]

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Nathan Sasi’s artisanal ice creamery, “Good Times”, opens in Potts Point (Sydney)

February 28, 2016

Ex-Nomad, future-Mercado Chef Nathan Sasi now has his very own ice creamery, Good Times, a joint venture with wife Sali which, for it’s first week (now unfortunately over), had it’s entire menu curated by culinary goddess Christine Manfield. Now in it’s second week Good Times’ official menu will launch on Tuesday 1st March, ready to […]

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Where to find the best margaritas in Sydney

February 21, 2016

Much dispute has arisen over who exactly created one of the most famous and endearing cocktails in the world, the classic margarita. Many say it first popped up around 1938 when bartender Carlos “Danny” Herrera dreamed up the cocktail for a dancer named Marjorie King, who claimed she was allergic to all spirits except Tequila, […]

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Mr Crackles have opened a fried chicken shop in Potts Point named Thirsty Bird (Sydney)

February 17, 2016

If you live in Sydney, visit Sydney, or read about the most insanely popular food in Sydney then you know where Mr Crackles is and just how strong of a hold they have had over the cheap-eats crowd across the city. For years now, the small Oxford Street store has been pumping out their weekly […]

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Potts Point’s Yellow shifts focus towards all-vegetarian menu (Sydney)

February 15, 2016

Award-winning team Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt are making some big changes to their acclaimed Potts Point restaurant Yellow, today announcing that as of this Wednesday 17th February, the kitchen will be shifting their focus towards vegetables. This means that the entire dinner menu will become all-vegetarian, with dishes designed to share. “I’ve always loved […]

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Ceru – Potts Point (Sydney)

January 23, 2016

In the stream of images of refugees and conflict that reach us these days from the Middle East it’s easy to forget that the area is rich in culture and history. With the new Ceru, internationally renowned UK chef Tom Kime celebrates this heritage, bringing the diverse flavours of the region to Sydney. Having first […]

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Billy Kwong introduces all-day dining on Sunday plus new lunch dishes, desserts, and more (Sydney)

November 16, 2015

Following last year’s move to Potts Point, Kylie Kwong’s renowned Chinese restaurant Billy Kwong have extended their Sunday offerings to include all-day dining with new lunch dishes, a special dessert collaboration, and new bespoke project wines and beer. “As we approach one year in this beautiful new location, I wanted to up the ante – […]

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Geisha Haus – Potts Point (Sydney)

November 6, 2015

You’ll find Geisha Haus tucked away upstairs via a nondescript entrance on Roslyn St, right next to Gastro Park. Formerly known as Beach Haus, the hidden little, oddly shaped gem is now a hub of fresh and creative contemporary Japanese food, with a menu shaped by Rajendra Kumar Tamang, a man who already has an […]

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