Time Out says
The Solotel group's seaside flagship flaunts fast-casual, fine dining and cocktails with killer views all under one roof
Is it a spaceship? Three giant bowls stacked on top of each other? No, it's Barangaroo House! The behemoth took four years of research, design and development before its hotly anticipated arrival to the drinking and dining scene late in 2017. The vibe is all things for allcomers from the bottom to the top, and the journey begins on the ground level at House Bar. It's a posh take on a pub, for all intents and purposes, with marble benchtops, curvy leather banquettes and places to park your bum both indoors and out. You know the drill down here: beers, burgers and all the rest of it.
Things take a fancier turn upstairs at Bea, the fine diner from chef Tom Haynes, overseen by Matt Moran, which spotlights top-shelf Australian produce and the magic of the wood-fire grill. If your legs still have it in 'em, hike up to the top, where you'll find Smoke. It's one of the city's best rooftop bars and a dress circle seat to watch the sun go down with neck-stretching panoramas of the city and the sea.