The location steeped in the history of the nation’s colonisation named after the Black Wattle tree, in the distance Pyrmont Bridge is the focal point of the blue sky and fresh ocean breeze that the boathouse is immersed in. Once restricted clientele for owners of the luxury boats and yachts at port there these elements life the casual cafe to new dimensions.
It just wouldn’t work if it were a car park full of BMWs and Mercedes-Benz, it might, but it’s the rhythmic sway of the ocean and its legion of watercraft that adds to the unique character of The Galley at Sydney Boathouse. This planetary alignment almost transports the diner away forgetting you’re in one of the more industrial corners of the city which has somehow made a mark as somewhat of a destination if not to admire the wealth of others who moore their vehicles there.
Breakfast and Lunch mains range from $11-$27 and its quite interesting to see a breakfast rice bowl dish amongst many of the crowd pleasing favorite on many standard cafe menus.
– Classic Wagyu pattie, burnt onion, lettuce, tomato, cheese, gherkin with chips
SW poke bowl
– salmon sashimi, mixed rice, wakame, soy mirin, pickled ginger, soft egg, avocado, kimchi, furikake
Vanilla poached pear – brioche, salted caramel, passionfruit cream, candied pistachios, lemon zest
Pash n Shoot – mango, pineapple, passionfruit, coconut water
Berry Go Round – strawberry, blackberry, raspberry, coconut water
It’s quite a unique space which potentially could be the setting for a memorable event as its one of the last remaining wharves still active in Sydney. Popular brunch dishes are available in keeping with city brekkie and lunch trends while not being too heavy should you be stopping in before sailing off through the harbour.
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