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Bungalow 8

  • Bars
  • Darling Harbour
  • price 2 of 4
  1. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  2. Photograph: Alana Dimou
    Photograph: Alana Dimou
  3. Photograph: Alana Dimou
    Photograph: Alana Dimou
  4. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  5. Photograph: Alana Dimou
    Photograph: Alana Dimou
  6. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  7. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  8. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  9. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  10. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  11. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  12. Photograph: Alana Dimou
    Photograph: Alana Dimou
  13. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  14. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  15. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  16. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  17. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  18. Photograph: Anna Kucera
    Photograph: Anna Kucera
  19. Photograph: Alana Dimou
    Photograph: Alana Dimou
  20. Photograph: Alana Dimou
    Photograph: Alana Dimou
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Time Out says

Bungalow 8 holds a special place in the hearts of anyone who was partying down by Darling Harbour in the early thousands, and now it's been given a firm refresh for the modern crowd. Upstairs, the Loft has had a colour change – gone is the muted gold palette and in its place is rich plum carpet and lots of seats along the open balcony so that you can gaze down on the Barangaroo ferries as they tootle by. 

Downstairs they've gone for a gentle urban jungle vibe, with a light and bright bar and lots of potted greenery surrounds the al fresco tables on street level, and they come in big settings so this is a good shout if you're rolling with a sizeable crew. 

Fill your table with tomato chilli mussels or a whole masterstock-braised pork hock that you can break down and pack into soft pancakes for a DIY hand-held snack party. You can also  order up giant tiered seafood platter for high rollers, and every year they host a New Year's Eve party with harbour views.

Details

Address:
King Street Wharf
3 Lime St
Sydney
2000
Opening hours:
Sun-Thu noon-late; Fri, Sat noon-3am
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