New year, new menu: Double Bay’s Mrs Sippy announces some changes (Sydney)

Double Bay’s iconic restaurant and bar Mrs Sippy has launched a brand new menu just in time for Summer, celebrating their fifth year with significant changes that should see the popular hotspot charge through these holidays with style. The new additions feature light, fresh and summer-ready dishes aimed at pairing with your midday heat right through to balmy summer evenings.

“We’re thrilled to be approaching our fifth year with our strongest team ever,” said owner Kate Stanway. “We’re continually creating new dishes that feature the very best in fresh Australian produce and our menu reflects our hunger to bring something delightfully new to the table – quite literally.,”

bbq pork, watermelon, rocket, sesame, mint, lime salad

The menu is split into antipasti, boards, salads, wood oven & chargrill, pizzas and desserts. Start with antipasti such as the Swordfish Tartare and the BBQ Pork & Watermelon Salad. Stars of the wood and chargrill section are the Chargrilled King Prawns & Chermoula and the Wood Roasted Chicken with Walnuts, Mint & Chilli. To cap off an indulgent meal, order the Chocolate Fondant with Salted Toffee & Macadamia.

Drink line up

These exciting new dishes pair well with drinks and the Mrs Sippy bar team have created a playful new cocktail menu to complement each meal. Think refreshing summer creations like the Coconut Margarita with coconut tequila, apple & lime and Passionfruit & Lemon Sgroppino with passion fruit & lemon sorbet, vodka and Italian prosecco.

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Mrs Sippy

Address: 37 Bay St, Double Bay NSW
Contact: (02) 9362 3321
Website: http://mrssippy.com.au/ 
Hours: Bar 12pm – Midnight (Tuesday – Saturday) Lunch 12pm – 3pm (Tuesday – Saturday) Dinner From 6pm (Tuesday – Saturday) Closed Sunday & Monday

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