Planning An End of Year Celebration? Head to Kensington Street

Sydney / 6 November 2018

Whether you’re looking to celebrate with friends, family or work colleagues, finish 2018 on a high at Kensington Street.

We are officially in party season (where did 2018 disappear to?!) which can only mean it’s time to celebrate the year that was. Whether your end-of-year celebration involves a long lunch with your girlfriends, a corporate dinner with clients, or a fun and casual meal with colleagues, Kensington Street’s dynamic array of restaurants and event spaces offer something for everyone.
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The Private Kitchen

Looking for something outside the routine restaurant box? Look no further than The Private Kitchen. Situated inside The Old Rum Store in Kensington Street, this bespoke events space is perfect for those looking for something a little different. Complete with a private rooftop, it is an ideal space to entertain clients, host a work function, end-of-year party, lunch, brunch – you name it. A striking interior complete with a sprawling wrap around balcony makes The Private Kitchen weather proof, accomodating groups as big as 70ppl seated and 120ppl standing. As for the menu, diners are given the choice between three unique cuisine options from award-winning chefs, with even dry hire available.
For more information and to book your own private event at The Private Kitchen, click here.
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Olio Kensington Street

What could be more alluring for your end of year celebration than a long Sicilian meal with friends? Sun drenched during the day and buzzing by night, this contemporary Sicilian restaurant offers a mouth-watering menu, complete with everything from crispy arancini to handmade pasta, signature salt baked snapper, 48hr Clover Valley lamb neck, tiramisu and more. Gather your girlfriends and reserve a table in the main dining room, or if you’re looking for something really special, exclusive hire is also available.
For more information and to reserve a table this festive season, click here.
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Olio Terrace

What you might not know is that Olio Kensington Street also offers its own private alfresco dining space. Olio Terrace, situated adjacent to the main dining room, is ideal for those looking for a bit more privacy. The same Sicilian-inspired design carries through, with exposed brickwork and a scattering of olive trees encompassing the space. Olio Terrace is not only waterproof, but offers its own private rooftop bar, meaning you can sit back and relax over great food, delicious wine and the company of your close ones. Olio Terrace is ideal for a post work aperitif snack or private hire for groups of 40.
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Eastside Kitchen + Bar

Complete with sexy dark wooden furnishings, glistening copper cutlery and exposed brickwork, Eastside Kitchen + Bar embodies all that is adored about New York City’s meatpacking district. The Eastside team masterfully dish up a menu that strikes a fine balance between classically American and contemporary Japanese, giving you plenty to taste your way through. Think grilled asparagus with chive vinaigrette and burrata, grilled clarence river baby octopus with smoked almond romesco, potato chips, baked cheesecake and more. Whether its a group booking, drinks or a private hire where the venue is yours for the night, celebrate 2018 on a high with a visit to Eastside. For more information click here.
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Mekong Restaurant

Having won the Best Asian Restaurant in the Restaurant and Catering Awards 2017, a visit to Kensington Street’s Mekong never disappoints. Travel on an Indochine adventure at Mekong, with dishes covering Vietnam, Lao, Cambodia, Thailand and more. Reserve a table in the main dining room this festive season and catch up with old friends, or for those looking for a touch more exclusivity, enquire about Mekong’s semi-private mezzanine level. With a capacity of up to 25 guests, it provides the perfect backdrop for intimate gatherings and events.
For more information and to make a booking, click here.
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Spice House

While many are familiar with Chippendale’s Spice Alley, complete with festoon lighting and buzzing hawker-style diners, what you might not know about are the unique private dining rooms situated upstairs. Nestled amidst Kensington Street’s historic row of terraces, this upstairs space offers three unique private dining rooms. Each room comes with a rich personality, laced with Asian street art and quirky design features. The dining concept is simple. Rally your friends, bring along your tipple of choice (they offer free BYO) and order your preferred dish from Spice Alley. Then, head back upstairs to your own private space and enjoy an extremely affordable, very delicious catch up with friends or colleagues. In partnership with Spice Alley’s vendors, charges per head start at $30. Private waitstaff can be arranged for an additional fee.
For more information on Kensington Street’s Spice House and to book a private dining room for yourself, click here.

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