The Wharf Restaurant

The Wharf Restaurant

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2/13 Hickson Road, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia

Now operating out of its new location, the former home of Ottoman Cuisine, the Wharf Restaurant at Pier 2 serves Australian cuisine created by chef-owner Aaron Ross. Menu items include the smoky eggplant cigar and a parsley, sumac, tomato, and mint yogurt salad. A primarily Australian wine list offers complementary bottles. However flavorful the food may be, the main attraction at the Wharf is its location. The dining room affords panoramic views of Sydney Harbor, and the restaurant is a short walk from the Sydney Theater, making it ideal for pre-theater meals.

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