When is a dining precinct not a dining precinct? When it’s two dining precincts, of course. Or is that an ‘urban neighbourhood’ (their buzzword, not ours)? Whatever semantics you choose, you’ll find a pair of distinct offerings at this very recent addition to Sydney’s most famous shoreline, just adjacent to Circular Quay. First, there are the new laneways at the base of the striking skyscraper where you’ll find lite bites from the likes of Humble Bakery and Marrickville Pork Roll. However, once the sun goes down, you’ll want to saunter over to Hinchcliff House, a multi-venue renovation of an 1870s wool warehouse, carefully restored and incorporated into the new development’s footprint.
Lana – Italian-Asian fusion seafood care of a seasonal set menu that offers a helluva lot of bang for your buck.
Apollonia – A basement cocktail lounge inspired by the Godfather with a signature cocktail menu? That’s an offer you can’t refuse.