Rockpool Bar & Grill

Located in the 1936 City Mutual Building which was designed by Emil Sodersteen, the Rockpool Bar & Grill may be one of the most gorgeous restaurants you’ll ever have the chance to visit. And the menu is not too shabby, either. It features carefully sourced beef that is aged on the premises to enhance its flavor, locally sourced seafood and one of Australia’s finest wine lists.

Rockpool Bar & Grill

  • 66 Little Hunter Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

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