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Restaurants, Cafés Dawes Point
Prawn and salmon at Seventeen
Photograph: Anliette

Time Out says

Walsh Bay gets a schmick deli and diner

This spiffy wharf side cafe, deli and restaurant comes from the owners of neighbouring restaurant, El Phoenician. Chef Clint Jaeger (who's worked in the kitchens of Tetsuya’s, Bill’s and Hugo’s) will take the menu from day-to-night with a bright breakfasts, light lunch offerings and refined, seafood-focused evening fare. Order up ricotta hot cakes topped with chocolate and honeycomb butter in the morning; slow poached lobster rolls for lunch; and warm smoked Huon salmon with chermoula, sweet corn purée, confit potatoes and crisp pancetta for dinner. With Sydney Theatre Company just around the corner we can forsee this being a good spot to pop in for a pre-theatre vino and snack. 

A mini deli will also offer up take-home cheeses and cured meats, alongside takeaway meals – meaning you can grab a bite to go, before heading out to one finger wharfs or Barangaroo Reserve to enjoy a mini picnic.



Address: Shop 2
17 Hickson Rd
Millers Point
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 7am-8pm; Thu-Sat 7am-10pm; Sun 7am-3pm

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