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Whilst retaining its old world charm and hamper style bar, the hotel has built an enviable reputation, with tourists and locals alike, for providing warm traditional service in a cozy, heritage bar.
As the oldest continuously licensed public hotel in Sydney the Fortune of War is embodied in the history of Sydney.
The bar has a "colourful" reputation, which includes being the first and last port of call of generations of Australian soldiers involved in theatres of conflict. The Fortune of War has a long term reputation as a popular "first and last stop ashore" for sailors and the troops of the Australian Armed Forces who were to experience the 'fortune of the war' when they departed Sydney Cove to defend their country.
For the customer service's priciple, Golden Century Seafood Restaurant management and staff would like to express our heart thanks and appriciation to customers and friends who have supported loyally and advising us thought the years.
Located just a stone’s throw from George Street in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, Steel Bar and Grill is an urban oasis.
Grab yourself a spot on our outdoor deck (discreetly perched above street level) from where you can watch the world bustle by or slip inside to a relaxed space to taste from chef Rob Cannon’s terrific menu.
At Steel we source the finest cuts from suppliers that know their growers and every product from provenance through to detailed feed and finishing methods. Couple this expertise with our chef’s skill over the Argentinean wood fired grill and the result is beautiful, flavoursome dishes permeated with a natural smoke flavour. If the char-grill doesn’t grab you we have a host of dishes that are seasonally inspired from confit egg yolk and polenta through to a daily market fish with squid ink pasta and crispy skin rice bubbles.
New Sydney restaurant, The Bridge Room is a joint venture between Ross & Sunny Lusted and Fink Group, owners of acclaimed restaurants Quay and Otto Ristorante.
Chef Ross Lusted’s unique cuisine is crafted using the best seasonal ingredients. The menu includes dishes inspired from Europe and Asia, some cooked over charcoal and
slow smoked in the Japanese Robata style.
The Bridge Room is housed on the Ground Level of a low-rise 1930’s Heritage Listed building, located on the corner of Bridge and Young streets, moments from Circular Quay. The 60 seater designed by Nick Tobias features an open kitchen with custom built charcoal grill. With hand-made ceramics designed by Ross Lusted, solid oak tables and Autoban’s iconic Deer Chairs, the dining room’s relaxed aesthetic is paired with informed and attentive service.