The Oaks Ho­tel


Vision Magazine - - Contents - English Text By ava Zhang chi­nese Text By lo­tus lee

The ma­jes­tic oak tree casts its lush canopy over the beer gar­den at The Oaks Ho­tel. The orig­i­nal seedling was merely 30cm tall when the Fur­long fam­ily, the for­mer own­ers of the in­sti­tute, planted it in Au­gust 1938. Over the last 80 years, the oak tree has rooted it­self as the iconic sym­bol of the pop­u­lar Syd­ney ho­tel. The ho­tel and pub has a warm feel. It is the size of a small man­sion, but is con­stantly bustling with guests of all sorts, from rugby fans, to fam­i­lies, to the el­derly. It is sit­u­ated in the heart of Neu­tral Bay, and is a pop­u­lar choice for guests to re­lax, dine and so­cialise.

The ho­tel man­ager Alex Cop­per said proudly that one of the main ap­peals of The oaks Ho­tel is the food. "The Bar and Grill, a favourite among lo­cals, of­fers an ex­ten­sive range of high qual­ity dishes from fa­mous steaks, to mus­sels and oys­ters, as well as a va­ri­ety of gourmet piz­zas," he told Vi­sion Mag­a­zine. The Gar­den Bar is a clas­sic bar ad­join­ing The oak’s iconic beer gar­den and of­fers a mag­nif­i­cent range of craft beers, wines and clas­si­cal cock­tails as well a stun­ning view of the oak tree with large rounded win­dows. They also of­fer a va­ri­ety of bar snacks and share plates per­fect to com­pli­ment sports watch­ing.

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