This light and bright dining room is one of Centennial Park's most elegant food venues. Dine among nature in the middle of the park, and start your day after a walk or bike ride with confit wild mushrooms and poached eggs, or perhaps a rustic breakfast burger, with double smoked bacon, fried egg, wild rocket, housemade barbecue sauce on a soft milk bun. Lunchtime is all about sharing menus, and if you're dining as a large group you can order up a gorgeous grazing station, packed with dry-aged prosciutto, Wagyu bresaola, sharp vintage cheddar, triple cream brie, pickled vegetables and charred bread. At lunch, you'll also find lovely rustic dishes like the chicken and grape riesling pie with spinach and a red wine jus; baked cauliflower floret with burnt parsnip purée, confit mushrooms and shallots; or duck pappardelle with Swiss browns, spinach and green olives. You'll also find the Centennial Homestead Pantry adjoining, which is perfect for takeaway coffees. Got a dog? Bring them along and dine with them out on the verandah.
This September, Centennial Parklands is celebrating its own excellent food and drink hot spots, showcasing the special culinary adventures you can have at Sydney's own super park. Whether you want to keep it casual and grab an American-style hot dog before heading down to sit by the Duck Pond, or you want to go all-out on a long lunch at the gorgeous Centennial Homestead, there are plenty of easy options located in and around Centennial Parklands. Also keep your eyes peeled for special Centennial Foodlands offers, exclusively running in the month of September.