The latest addition to the Streets of Barangaroo, 12-Micron, is offering up cocktails and modern Australian food.
The bar is offering a select menu of classics with twists. The Tommy Collins tricks up your usual Tom Collins gin cocktail with the addition of plum jam, while a Salted Espresso Martini gives the famous pick-me-up an injection of salt caramel.
The kitchen is led by Justin Wise, who has taken inspiration from local Australian farmers and producers for a menu divided between the elements of the earth (paperbark baked vegetables), ocean (Moreton Bay bug rice paper rolls), land (Cape Grim scotch fillet) and air (Crossland's duck from the rotisserie).
The restaurant also boasts a specialty dessert bar where you can choose à la carte or go for a three, five or seven-course dessert tasting menu.
And what about the name? It's actually an oblique reference to the quality of Australian farming. A 12-micron fleece is among the rarest and finest quality wool in the world.
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100 Barangaroo Ave
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