Gate­way Syd­ney

CIR­CU­LAR QUAY’S NEW DIN­ING DES­TI­NA­TION

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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.

Break­fast

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.

Cof­fee Needed

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.

Long Lunch

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.

Af­ter­noon Delight

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.

The Essentials

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.

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