Stepped in for a casual evening and a good dinner. We had a great evening. Very attentive staff. We took the lamb risotto and fish 'n chips. Yummy. Meal was accompanied by good ale. A pub with tradition. Must try!
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Very tired on our first night in town we stopped in for an early dinner. The pub itself is beautiful and worth the stop. The food was very good, I had fish and chips my wife the grilled barramundi. The service was good and the...More
Recently visited here twice whilst visiting The Rocks. Absolutely gorgeous little pub. Friendly staff and great Guinness. It really has a great feel to it.....lurveeeee.
My wife and I called to book a meal prior to going to the Wharf Theatre. I recognized that this wasn't common practice when the man who answered the 'phone had to excuse himself to get a pen and paper. We got there, entered the...More
Hubby & I were going to the Roslyn Packer theatre and booked the restaurant for a meal at 6.15pm. Lovely pub and the restaurant is upstairs tho you can get the same food downstairs in the pub area. Unfortunately there was a very noisy table...More
We had the pleasure of sitting at the Hero of Waterloo in the warmth of the sun, with a crisp cold Sav Blanc on a beautiful Saturday lunch-time. The staff were friendly, the ambience great and the genuineness of a historic pub evident. I went...More
This is the place to go on a rainy day in Sydney! The smile of the friendly waitress was as warm and welcoming as the open fire in the fire place. We tried some different local beers, and ordered food from the good selection of...More
My friends and I have attended this pub through the recommendation of a tour guide, and we would not be going back. The male staff member completely ignored us and made no effort or attempt to acknowledge us even though we had been waiting for...More
this was the last stop on a pub tour and well worth the wait. No beer brewed on site, but only craft beers served. below ground is the place folks were housed while building and quarrying in the area 100 years ago