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Nestled near the foundations of Sydney Harbour Bridge is Kirribilli Village Cafe & Ristorante, a quaint, casual corner café that’s always bustling. The alfresco tables are ideal spots to relax over Sunday breakfast or just pass the time with a cup of coffee served with a smile
Sit back and enjoy the cultural experience that AINOYA has to offer, from the friendly service & atmosphere to the exquisite modern/traditional cuisine all in an elegant Japanese influenced décor.
Our menu is a fusion of traditional Japanese cuisine and innovative modern dishes, all complimented by a carefully matched wine list chosen to further accentuate the dishes.
The perfect venue to catch up with family & friends or for that intimate dinner, choose between conventional seating or Japanese Horikotatsu seating to enhance the experience.
Spanish tapas culture meets Asian street market flavours. Imagine strolling along the bustling night markets in Hong Kong, Singapore, Manila or Shanghai filled with different aromas of charcoal grilled skewers and exotic spices, music, chaos and rows of brightly lit stalls.
Now imagine sitting back on a warm summer night in one of Barcelona's cosy plazas unwinding with a glass of wine, dimmed lights,
a couple of friends and a table filled with different tapas to share while chatting and laughing the night away.
Our philosophy is simple: we serve the best seafood and you choose how you’d like it prepared, with our constantly changing blackboard menu featuring only the freshest market fish sourced that morning.
Our restaurant menu promise you the best seafood from each season, as well as our renowned favourites like our Snapper Pie with mouth watering thick fillets of fresh snapper, that keep the locals coming back for more. We also offer a varied wine list so you can add a perfectly matched drop to your meal.
The Botanist encompasses a worldly mix of tastes and concepts. Situated in the heart of Kirribilli, the site pays homage to Gerard Fothergill, a well-travelled pioneer in the study of plants and spices and their medicinal qualities.
The Botanist has embraced Gerard’s legacy in the form of fine produce, exotic spices, the spirit of adventure and a thirst for knowledge, easily quenched with a well-poured Botanist gin, just as Gerard would have liked it.