Crown Sydney Reveals It’s Restaurant Line-Up Featuring The Teams Behind Ormeggio And Bridge Room

Eat, Restaurants, Sydney / 22 July 2020

Some of Sydney’s biggest hospo players are launching new dining rooms at Crown Sydney in December 2020.

In case you missed our announcement earlier this month, big things are happening at the soon-to-launch Crown Sydney. Set in the heart of Barangaroo, this epic new destination will boast a luxe new hotel and 14 top-notch restaurants and bars. That brings us to our earlier announcement, with news that internationally acclaimed chef Nobu will be opening his first Sydney restaurant at the Crown Sydney in December 2020.

And in more exciting news, Crown Sydney has just announced the next list of dining heavyweights the will be joining Nobu at the venue in late 2020. Bringing some of Sydney’s best chefs together with international icons, this is set to be a culinary destination like no other.

Alongside chef Nobu, acclaimed Sydney chef and restauranteur Alessandro Pavoni will be bringing his signature Italian fine dining dishes to Crown Sydney. The mastermind behind Ormeggio, Pavoni is set to launch his latest restaurant, a’Mare in December 2020. Delivering a menu that features dishes that represent the best of each region of Italy, the dining room will champion local and sustainable produce from across NSW along with specialised Italian ingredients.

a’Mare will transport diners to the sands of southern Italy, with fresh local seafood and simple flavours taking centre stage. Plus, the venue’s pizzeria cafe will offer a more casual experience with a selection of Italian pastries gelato and classic Neapolitan pizza on offer.

Next up, Ross and Sunny Lusted (the award-winning couple behind award-winning Bridge Room which closed earlier this year) will be opening, Woodcut in Crown Sydney in December 2020. This wood, charcoal and steam-driven restaurant will prepare meals over wood and charcoal grills, with fresh produce designed to be the star of the show. Expect Bruny Island Mussels, Fraser Island Spanner Crabs, O’Connor Beef, Maremma wild raised Ducks, Camden Valley Veal and Malfroy’s Honey from the Blue Mountains.

Plus, the Crown will also welcome renowned Omakase Sushi Master Ryuichi Yoshii (in collaboration with Nobu) to open an Omakase restaurant in the space in December 2020 along with Michelin-star restauranteur Clare Smyth, who will be opening her first Sydney restaurant in the venue in early 2021.

To find out more about the exciting new dining destinations opening soon at the Crown Sydney, click here.