A slew of new eateries have just opened or are about to open within Sydney’s huge Barangaroo development.
A curated collection of 12 new restaurants open along the Wulugul Walk at Sydney’s newest CBD precinct, The Streets of Barangaroo, from now through to mid-November.
With an emphasis on outdoor dining along the 170m Wulugul Walk to take advantage of the views across the harbour, a diverse range of cuisines, price points and dining experiences is on offer.
These include Cirrus from award-winning duo, chef Brent Savage and sommelier Nick Hildebrandt,, Japanese burgers at Ume Burger, Belles Hot Chicken from Morgan McGlone, Chris Yan and Kenji Okuda doing a seafood-focused menu at Lotus, Muum Maam from Surry Hills and Somer Sivrioglu’s Anatolian cooking at Anason, among others.
A collection of Australia’s best architects and designers are behind the Wulugul Walk eateries, including Pascale Gomes-McNabb (CIRRUS), Luchetti Krelle (BANKSII), Anthony Gill (love.fish), George Livissianis (Anason) and Joe Snell (Born by Tapavino).
The Streets of Barangaroo is the new food scene for Sydney to explore just six-minutes’ walk from Wynyard train station via the new direct undercover walkway, and steps from the new ferry wharf due to open in 2017.