CIRCULAR QUAY’S NEW DINING DESTINATION
An ambient new dining precinct offering a vast and eclectic mix of quality eateries, set against a backdrop of architectural excellence—could there be anything more Sydney?
AS THE NEWEST dining precinct in Sydney’s iconic Circular Quay, Gateway Sydney offers diners an eclectic mix of eateries, set against an ambient backdrop.
A spectacular three level dining destination with more than 25 menus to choose from, diners are spoilt for choice. Entice the taste buds with a host of tempting flavours open seven days a week from breakfast until late.
Start your day with a sweet and savoury crêpe, freshly made by Four Frogs
Creperie, or head inside to the Food Court where you’ll find Urban Orchard, offering a delicious healthy menu. For a fresh start to the day, try Top Juice’s range of smoothies, frappes and juices, or browse the breakfast menu over coffee at Quay & Co.
Gateway is home to some of Australia’s most impressive coffee specialists.
Workshop Espresso offers a premium coffee experience, paired with a tasty take away menu. Monday to Friday, discover Espresso Room where the 2015 World Barista and 2016 Australian Barista champions make their signature coffees.
Lunch on the Go
Have a packed itinerary of sight-seeing planned? Gateway’s Food Court is host to a wide range of fresh and fast
lunch options. Sydney’s most famous dumplings, Din Tai Fung is the perfect pit stop for something hot and delicious. Drawing inspiration from the family lunch,
Bread & Fill serves mouthwatering sandwiches with slow roasted meats while The Gozleme Co. plates up gourmet Turkish gozleme. Take a trip to Egypt with Bekya’s street-style food, or India with Indian Street Food by Bilu’s. For something lighter try Hero Sushi Express’s handmade sushi, or Rolld.
Schnitz, Oporto and Mad Mex are also serving up all the favourites.
Explore Gateway’s two dining floors with Neil Perry’s Burger Project, authentic Thai cuisine from Chat Thai or Hero Sushi’s 50-metre sushi train, not to mention Neptune Palace which specialises in Chinese dishes. Also on level two is Jimmy’s Recipe, delivering true Malaysian flavours as one of Sydney’s top laksa establishments.
Dessert masters Gelato Messina are creating unique, delicious gelato! Sweetening the deal, Zumbo brings Parisian chic to Gateway with delectable cakes, colourful Zumbarons, tarts and pastries.
Dinner and Drinks
Ascend to Level 2 to find Popina, a unique restaurant space inspired by the ancient Roman bars where people of all walks of life could enjoy wine with simple Mediterranean fare and socialise in great company. Or transport yourself to the Izakaya dens of Japan at Tokyo
Laundry to enjoy modern Japanese cooking with a twist.
You’ll also find Hurricane’s Grill, who have launched an exciting new rare menu, exclusive to Gateway. Where better to enjoy dinner and drinks at the end of long day sightseeing?
The Paragon Hotel and The Ship Inn are ideal locations for relaxing and gazing at Sydney’s most iconic landmarks.
Visit these and more of the 25 new eateries arriving at Gateway Sydney.
While visiting Gateway Sydney don’t forget to stop by Australia the Gift for that perfect take home souvenir, or visit Flight Centre for all your travel arrangements. JPQ’S Barber’s Inc. is also right next door for those needing a sharp haircut and trim to keep you looking your very best.
Gateway Sydney, Alfred Street, Circular Quay. Open Mon–fri 7am–late and weekends 8am–late. gatewaysydney.com.au
Gateway Sydney by day. Zumbarons from Adriano Zumbo.
Gateway Sydney’s Food Court. Immerse yourself in the Izakaya dens of Japan at Tokyo Laundry. Above centre: Lunch from Urban Orchard. Above right: Experience great food at Hurricane’s Grill.