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Lot. One Potts Point

Restaurants, Modern Australian Potts Point
Lot One Potts Point
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Time Out says

[Sponsored] This Potts Point restaurant-bar brings a little creativity to the table

Sydney, you sure know how to eat well and look good while doing it. Across the city we’ve no shortage of schmick cafés and restaurants serving up beautiful food with flavours to match. So when another chic, urban restaurant-bar pops up you wonder how they’ll stand out from the crowd.

But for Lot. One at Potts Point the task has been easy. This intimate contemporary Australian restaurant is easy to like the moment you enter. The venue’s aesthetic is a contradiction but in the best way. Drawing from New York and London influences, Lot. One combines modern and classic styling. From the big, front-facing windows to the swish marble bar and exposed brick the restaurant has no problem living up to Sydney’s high aesthetic standards.

And as far as the menu goes Lot. One is just as accomplished. The kitchen team are dedicated to using fresh, quality products, with the menu regularly peppered with seasonal and native Australian ingredients. Dishes are separated using the ever-helpful small and large plate system, so you can order for your appetite. If you’re after something a little different Lot. One has you sorted with dishes like confit octopus and nettle spaghettini, but it’s equally easy to get something warm and comforting – might we suggest the maple glazed chicken?

The creativity in the kitchen spills out to the bar, with Lot. One’s drinks team whipping up cocktails with flair. Try their barrel-aged Negroni or Porn Star Martini (one of the tastiest in Sydney according to the bar). After a wine? Lot. One’s wine list has an extensive selection of old and new world wines to complement your meal.

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Address: 22 Rockwall Cres
Potts Point
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 5.30-10.30pm; Sat-Sun noon-4pm, 5.30-10.30pm

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