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.
The menu of this place almost mirrors a diverse history of the area with an assembly of Italian, Mediterranean, Malaysian and modern Australian dishes. It was interesting to tie all these dishes together in one meal taking the taste buds on a sensory rollercoaster.
It was one of the standouts that changed perceptions of food court eateries back in the day. It was the newer younger sister site to the Balmain establishment and the portions, quality of dishes and overall configuration of the complex makes you forget you’re in a shopping mall food court. Management said they’er able to pass on savings to customers as they have a very good relationship with their supplier who source ingredients for both restaurants. The portion sizes are quite generous, with prices of their premium dishes approximately 25-30% less than a standard casual restaurant in the area.
Espresso Brothers may have only been around for just over 6 months, but it’s been a cafe experience 27 years in the making. Owned and operated by twin brothers, that grew up in the area – who better to cater to hungry locals then those who live and breathe the local inner west lifestyle?
Amazing value with the BBQ set. Not only does it include Beef short rib, Pork Belly, Beef Thin skirt, Bulgogi, Marinated Chicken, Marinated Pork Rib and ox tongue, it also comes with sweet potato noodle, Hot Pot and Soft Shell Crab, Seafood Pancake, Spicy Stir Fried Rice, Fried Prawn and sweet and sour chicken!
This particular group when left to their own devices can be quite indecisive and the variety in this particular set combination fit very well and satisfied the diversifed pallettes!
Service ran like clockwork, plates cleared, grills replaced at regular intervals.
Continue reading Korean BBQ for 6 – $250 – perfect for indecisive groups!
It was a celebration that tied together the three year history of modern grill with mediterranean influences as guests reacquainted themselves with the menu of meats and food challenges that has grabbed the attention of its following since opening.
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Founded in 2011, Parlour Group draws inspiration from the finer aspects of the North American spirit to provide Australians with premium hospitality experiences in four convenient Sydney-wide locations. The Flying Squirrel, a small 50 seat tapas bar, was the first venue opened by Brody Petersen – owner of Parlour Group. This was quickly followed by The Stuffed Beaver Dining Parlour in 2012, a 50 seat Canadian style sports bar (both no longer in the portfolio).