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We arrived there at opening time of 4pm on Wednesday 30/5/2018. Security gate/grill was only slightly open so we waited 5 minutes on the wild and wintry street. Security gate was still only slightly open so I squeezed past it and poked my head inside...More
I love this place. I have been many times and never disappointed.
The food is exceptional. My favourite sort of food-small plates to share. The manchego puffs are delicious. I also love the salt cod croquettes. There is a great wine list with lots of...More
We caught up with some friends yesterday at The Lodge and decided to have the long lunch.
We sat on the balcony in the warm afternoon sun and we all to started with a cocktail, they were all very tasty and a great way to...More
Tom really knows his wines. Just leave the selection to him and you won’t be disappointed.
As for the food, I’m amazed at the quality and variety on offer considering the tiny kitchen.
The service is knowledgable and attentive yet you hardly notice the staff....More
Great little bar for a Sunday session. A little dark inside, but would create the ambiance at night. Only holds around 45 people and has a cool little outside area to sit in the sun. Couple of beers on tap. Run by a couple of...More
Visited by chance with a friend on a wild, rainy night with unsure expectations. But happy to report, like the lashing conditions outside, we were blown away by great service, perfect negronis and unctuous small plates of food.
The surrounds were warm and cozy -...More
Take the ferry to the inner west suburb of Balmain and be enchanted with this picturesque and eclectic waterside area. A stroll down Darling Street will take you on a tour of coffee shops, boutique delicatessens and shops offering wholefood products and organic cuisines. Yoga studios abound, and live music emanates from the hotels at night. As the place where the Australian Labor Party formed in 1891, Balmain has
commonly been known for its “working class culture”. It has evolved into a health-conscious heaven with a laid back attitude, offering one of the most vibrant food and bar scenes in Sydney.