Your Sydney Film Festival experience gets
even better with a range of special offers from our restaurant
partners. Our Dining Delights offer excellent value with great
savings on regular menu prices.
You'll fina delicious diversity of
cuisines at a variety of Sydney's leading restaurants, all within
easy reach of festival screening venues. Sydney Film Festival is
also a proud partner of Cafe Sydney, which welcomes SFF patrons
throughout the festival with their à la carte menu.
ENJOY A $35 or $55 DINING DELIGHTS MEAL
WITH OUR RESTAURANT PARTNERS BELOW
18 Argyle Street, The Rocks
02 9259 5668 | email@example.com | Visit Website
Lunch: Mon-Fri 12-3pm
Dinner: Sun-Wed 6pm-12am
Ananas Bar & Brasserie brings a touch of shimmering French
Mediterranean glamour to The Rocks. Open for lunch, dinner and
late-night suppers, Ananas serves up a contemporary twist on the
best classic French Mediterranean food, cocktails and champagne
with a dedicated Oyster Bar treating patrons to shucked-to-order
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Slow-poached chicken breast,
baby root vegetables and consommé. Wine matched: 2011 Château
Darzac VV or 2010 Domaine De Terrefort; or Meteor draft
Shop 12, Regent Place, 501 George Street (facing Bathurst
02 9267 8877 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit
Open 7 days
Lunch: Mon-Sat 11:30am-3pm, Sun 11:30am-3:30pm
Dinner: Sun-Wed 5:30-10pm, Thurs - Sat 5.30-10.30pm
Situated just next door to Event Cinemas George Street, this
popular restaurant features contemporary décor with one of the
largest open kitchens in Sydney. Offering gourmet dim sims;
tapas-style food; handmade fresh noodles tirelessly folded,
stretched, pulled and cooked to order; plus a range of authentic
and delectable dishes such as seafood, meat and vegetarian fare. A
truly exquisite pan-Chinese cuisine at great value.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: A glass of welcome drink
plus your choice of a Chinese tapas OR gourmet dim sim; plus
freshly handmade noodles pulled to your order OR wok fried rice;
Bookings can be made online (mention SFF Dining Delights in the
comments field) or by phone.
16 Argyle Street, The Rocks
02 9259 5695 | email@example.com | Visit
Lunch: Mon-Fri 12-3pm
Dinner: Mon-Sun 6-10.30pm
Inspired by New York's super-chic steak restaurants, The Cut's
menu celebrates the very finest cuts of prime Australian beef and
sustainable seafood - all cooked to perfection by Head Chef James
Knight and matched with impeccable service, fine wines and original
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Beetroot, goat's curd,
rye and caramelised red-wine vinegar amuse; grass-fed sirloin,
anchovy butter and shoestring fries; plus a glass of Eden Road
||Level 1, 275 Pitt
02 9284 1230 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit website
Discover the Dome Restaurant in the heart of the CBD, This grand
heritage-listed vuilding is beautifully restored from its former
days as an arts college. Admire the intricately hand-painted domed
ceiling and features of original architecture as you enjoy your
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: King prawn, scallop and leek
ravioli with sage nut brown butter and a glass of wine.
2 Elizabeth Bay Road, Elizabeth Bay
02 9357 5333 | email@example.com | Visit
Mon-Thur 3pm - midnight
Fri-Sun 12pm - midnight
This very busy al fresco neighbourhood wine bar is Australia's
most awarded, winning countless titles and wine list competitions.
It's an enchanted oasis in the midst of madness, where the food is
cheeky, the people are playful and the wine list is
$35 DINING DELIGHTS:Main, dessert and matching
Level 2, 488 George Street, Sydney
02 9265 6068 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit
Lunch: Mon-Fri 12-3pm
Dinner: Mon-Sun 6pm until late
Headed by award-winning restaurateur Luke Mangan, glass brasserie
offers Sydneysiders an unprecedented dining experience in the heart
of the city. Offering simplicity, quality and consistency in all
aspects of food, wine and service, Luke employs French techniques
and international flavours to perfect his Contemporary Australian
$35 DINING DELIGHTS:Enjoy a grain-fed minute
steak, fries and béarnaise, paired with a glass of wine.
GRASSHOPPER EATING HOUSE AND BAR
1 Temperance Lane, Sydney
(Opp. the Strand Arcade off George Street)
02 9947 9025 | email@example.com | Visit
Eating House: Lunch: Thur-Fri 12-3pm
Dinner: Mon-Sat 6pm until late
Bar: Mon-Wed, Sat & Sun 4pm until late, Thurs-Fri 12pm until
Grasshopper combines the feel of a local eating house with that of
a small speakeasy. An overall respect for the environment is
visible in every part of the operation as the menu focuses on whole
and organic foods and a unique wine and cocktail list. Attention to
quality makes Grasshopper the ideal venue for relaxing, dining and
getting to know other festival-goers throughout SFF 2013.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Choice of main course from
our a-la-carte menu with a matched glass of Eden Road wine.
Bookings are recommended to avoid disappointment. Please mention
SFF Dining Delights at time of booking.
|707 Military Road,
Mosman (corner of Gouldsbury Street)
02 9968 4244 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit
(wine bar Wed-Sun from 11am)
Hawthorn Mosman is the local speakeasy: somewhere to drop in for a
coffee, a glass of wine and a share plate or a fabulous lunch or
dinner. The heritage-listed, freestanding cottage has been lovingly
refitted and decorated - offering you a relaxed, eclectic and
inviting environment away from the bustle of the Mosman strip.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Choice of any main course
and a glass of house wine.
Corner of Dixon Street and Goulburn
02 8355 3188 | email@example.com | Visit
Dinner: 5pm until late
IPot is a contemporary Chinese hot-pot
restaurant fitted with custom-made electric tables allowing each
customer to cook their own selection of ingredients to their liking
- and then share with the rest of their table.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS:
Authentic Cantonese soup pot with sauce, premium cut lamb leg
or premium Queensland rangeland beef, fresh shrimp wah, fresh tofu,
vegetable combination, noodle (ramen/udon) and a choice of beer,
red or white house wine.
37 Phillip Street (corner of Bridge St), Sydney
02 9241 3636 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit
MoS Café brings you modern Australian cuisine set in the historic
backdrop of the Museum of Sydney in the CBD, moments from Circular
Quay and the Opera House. MoS Café offers a comprehensive à la
carte lunch and dinner menu. By night MoSBar on the forecourt
offers sophisticated after-work drinks or pre-theatre/film
weekends & public holidays 8:30am-5pm.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Crispy skinned Atlantic
salmon fillet with warm chickpea, roasted pepper and artichoke
salad with sumac and coriander yoghurt; or seared tuna and Thai
basil spaghetti with chilli, baby capers and rocket leaves; served
with a glass of white or red house wine.
Bookings can be made online. Please mention 'SFF Dining Delights'
in the comments field or by phone.
|THE RESTAURANT, ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES
|Art Gallery of NSW,
Art Gallery Road, The Domain, Sydney
02 9225 1819 | email@example.com
| Visit website
The Restaurant, Art Gallery of New South Wales serves impeccable
modern Australian fare matched with exceptional views over
Woolloomooloo and the Royal Botanic Gardens. The beautifully
detailed interior with long elegant lines and floor-to-ceiling
windows complements the grandeur of the Gallery.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Confit free-range chicken,
herbed polenta, field mushrooms and speck, served with a glass of
Eden Road white or red wine.
Level 7, 56-58 York Street, Sydney
02 9262 2505 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit
Dinner: Weeknights from 4pm, Sat from 6pm
Accessed only by an elevator off York
Street, The Rook delivers New York rooftop grit-glam to ol' Sydney
town. Think late-night restaurant meets cool watering hole
scattered with graffiti and street art, hanging lights, exposed
timber and brick, and a good dose of Brooklyn 'tude.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: A
burger, dessert and a glass of wine
12 Argyle Street, The Rocks
02 9259 5656 | email@example.com | Visit
Set within an impressive designer space in The Rocks, Saké
Restaurant & Bar serves up contemporary Japanese fare created
by sushi master Shaun Presland, who draws on authentic Japanese
training to present an outstanding mix of new-style sushi and
Lunch: Mon-Sun 12-3pm
Dinner: Mon-Sat 5.30-11pm, Sun 5-10pm
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Kingfish-jalapeño-sashimi
skewer amuse and grilled Ora King salmon with quinoa-kombu crust;
with matched sake.
Shop 6001, Westfield Sydney, 188 Pitt Street, Sydney
02 9223 8822 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit
Lunch: Mon-Sat 11am-3pm, Sun 10.30am-3pm
Dinner: Seven days a week, 5.30pm-10.30pm
Sky Phoenix serves up the freshest Chinese cuisine in a stylish
yet contemporary setting, best known for its high ceilings and
peaceful ambience. The restaurant design includes the traditional
Chinese family-style dining, private dining rooms, state-of-the-art
audio and video systems and the ever-popular live fish tanks -
right in the heart of Sydney's CBD.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Choice of spring rolls
or san choy bau; followed by steamed fish fillets with ginger and
shallots and steam rice, or shredded beef in Peking sauce with
steamed rice; and a glass of house white or red wine.
Ground Level, Overseas Passenger
Terminal, Circular Quay West, Sydney
02 8273 1222 | email@example.com | Visit
With breathtaking views of Sydney Opera
House and the Harbour, Wildfire features a contemporary menu of
fresh seafood, wood-fired grilled meats and the signature
experience, Churrasco. Peruse the award-winning wine list or enjoy
a cocktail from our bar, Ember, on a waterfront terrace.
$55 DINING DELIGHTS:
Cured salmon, celeriac and prawn remoulade with spiced-lemon
dressing; followed by shiraz-poached beef cheek, roast eschalot and
sautéed mushrooms with pomme purée; plus a glass of Eden Road
285A Crown Street, Surry Hills
02 9331 0833 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit
Mon-Sun noon until midnight
With shrines to Elvis, a playful all-day
menu and Sydney's only wine laneway, it's clear The Winery isn't
taking itself too seriously and really is a place to
$35 DINING DELIGHTS:
Choice of main, dessert and a glass of matching wine (excludes half
lobster and 500-gram sirloin).
199 George Street, Sydney
02 9250 3160 | email@example.com | Visit
Lunch: Mon-Fri 12-2.30pm
Dinner: Mon-Sat 5.30pm-10.30pm
The Woods, located on the ground floor of
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, offers an adventurous yet rustic dining
experience. Helmed by rising Executive Chef Hamish Ingham, the
creative menu showcases fresh, seasonal produce, cooked over a
range of naturally flavoured Australian wood varieties in a
centrally located wood-fired oven and grill.
$55 DINING DELIGHTS:
Enjoy two courses (entrée and main or main and dessert) and a
glass of wine. Conditions apply.
|XANTHI BAR AND RESTAURANT
Level 6, Westfield Sydney, Pitt Street,
02 9232 8535 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Visit
In Xanthi's Ottoman-inspired dining room, guests
can dine under a billowing golden tent ceiling and be transported
to a world away from the Westfield shopping centre. The
restaurant's open kitchen says true to Greek hospitality and serves
traditional dishes of Greek food through the ages.
$35 DINING DELIGHTS: Any
choice of main course plus salad and caramel baklava to