Say Hello To Sydney’s Newest Waterfront Gem, St Siandra

Eat, Restaurants, Sydney / 7 March 2023

Where contemporary Australian cuisine meets European influence, all with a stunning view.

Sydney is no stranger to beautiful waterfront venues, and this week, St Siandra is joining the list – transporting diners straight to the Mediterranean. Located right on The Spit in Mosman, St Siandra is an impressive restaurant that boasts a delicious menu, Amalfi inspired interiors and picturesque beach views. Arrive via foot, wheels or water (via water taxi or your very own boat) to dine in from the a-la-carte menu or chef’s tasting menu.

St Siandra’s motto is ‘endless summer soirée-style in Amalfi Coast’. All around the space you can find flourishing olive trees and furniture sourced straight from Italy. Take a seat at the marble-clad bar before moving into their signature sunny-yellow dining room, with floor to ceiling windows so you can always catch a glimpse of the water views. 

The menu is the brainchild of Head Chef, Sam McCallum (formerly of two-hatted Nomad), celebrating local seafood and producers. If you’re a meat and seafood lover, you can’t go past their signature dishes on the menu, Surf & Turf – with a cut of  Jack’s Creek Angus bone-in sirloin, married up with clarified butter-poached lobster tail and rich sherry jus steak sauce on top. Other standouts include skewers of Skull Island Tiger Prawns and Angus MB4 Short Rib cooked on charcoal, as well as Seven Spice Slipper Lobster.

Saving space for dessert is a must when dining at St Siandra. The Apple Brik Pastry Pie is a showstopper, served with almond and cardamom ice cream for that refreshing and rich taste. Also on the menu is Pineapple Pavlova with creme fraiche and molasses, and Watermelon Granita with coconut sorbet and mint jelly.

For drinks, expect summer holiday-inspired cocktails named after local luxury yachts like Champagne Charlie (Manly Spirits Limoncello, citrus, prosecco) and Rum Runner (Brix White Rum, Brix Gold Rum, pineapple, falernum syrup). The beverage list also includes all your favourite classic cocktails and a wine list created to impress – sourced from local suppliers around Australia and Italy, of course. 

St Siandra is open for breakfast Friday-Sunday, lunch Wednesday-Sunday and dinner Thursday-Saturday. Takeaway coffee and breakfast pastries are available every morning. Find out more here.