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We always visit when in town. Had a Friday night dinner in the upstairs dining room. We shared bruschetta then I had the Sicilian Prawns and my partner had the chicken Kiev. Beer and wine available by the glass were a good selection. We then...More
Atmosphere-wise, this is my favourite of the old Sydney pubs, with cute awkward angles within the sandstone walls and an unpretentious feel. Unfortunately, the beer and food prices are going through the roof, and they don’t even brew their own to offer something special.
We accidently found this pub,we loved the 2 guys singing on Saturday night.It's a small pub with plenty of atmosphere and great history one of the oldest pubs in NSW.In the cellar is alot of history from the 1800's.We will be back for sure to...More
We make a point of visiting this piece of living history every time we stay in Sydney. It’s like stepping back into the murky past of The Rocks. On this visit the very sociable and generous manager took us on a tour of the underground...More
This great little pub is so wonderfully iconic and a must for anyone visiting The Rocks precinct. We were lucky enough to stay at a divine AirBNB about 20 seconds away during our recent trip to Sydney so this place was more or less our...More
Came across this pub/hotel though the free evening walking tour and to be known as a contender with being the oldest pub in Sydney.
The food is tasty and filling and reasonably priced for the serving. The home brew beer is a must have.
Do yourself a favor, walk the whole two blocks out of the way and make your way to the Waterloo, you have space to drink and sit even on Saturday night. Live music was a nice added touch. We enjoyed it so much we came...More
My husband and I had a catch up with friends visiting from Qld and wanted to show them something of The Rocks area and its history.
We visited this historic landmark on a Tuesday night and dined in the upstairs dining room - it was...More
We visited this pub/ restaurant after completing the Bridgeclimb nearby. It was recommended to us by one of the guides who shared the rich history of this establishment. We were fortunate to show up on an unbusy lunch hour where we received excellent service (...More