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Little Red Robin

Restaurants, Modern Australian Lane Cove
5 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
A plate of beef short rib at Little Red Robin
Photograph: Alessandro E. Nelli

Time Out says

This sophisticated little Lane Cove hideaway takes the Mediterranean wine bar trope and adds a modern Australian accent

There aren’t too many places on the north side where you can pull up a seat at a copper bar and order a bottle of funky orange wine from Georgia. In fact, we can hardly think of any, which makes cool, calm and classy Little Red Robin a welcome addition to the wine bar scene.

The cellar is a serious drawcard at this intimate spot, with a collection that extends to over 100 labels. You’ll find regional classics from Tuscany and the Rhône, alongside more adventurous drops from the likes of Hungary, Greece and Turkey. They’re all matched to a creative menu of share plates that stretches from tricked-up snacks (looking at you, potato doughnuts with marrow, black pudding and finger lime) to more substantial dishes like Black Angus short rib with yeasted onion and mountain pepper leaf.


Address: 4/85 Longueville Rd
Lane Cove
Cross street: Entry via Birdwood Ln
Opening hours: Tue-Thu 4-11pm; Fri, Sat noon-11pm

Users say (1)

5 out of 5 stars