A lovely bar within the Park Hyatt. It accompanies the other dining areas, The Living Room, and The Dining Room. It is cosy and has a homely feel to it. We came here before eating at The Dining Room as we were early and this bar looked inviting. We had the Ruby Punch and an Aperol Spritz (wasn't on the menu but they gladly made it). Both drinks were nice. The staff were lovely. They were also good enough to add the drinks to our dinner bill as we proceeded to dinner right after.
Dinner and drinks with a view - this is a venue to sit back, sip and take in the atmosphere of Darling Harbour. When here a table outside is a must. This restaurant provides a great view over Darling Harbour, Pyrmont bridge and the city skyline. We dined on a Tuesday night and found ourselves relaxing with a deliciously fresh cocktail - the Lychee Flyover (chambord, pineapple and strawberry) and some crisp Pacifico beers. For starters we had the scallops withread more
Harbour Bar and Grill reminds me there are other ways to dine. It's got water views, it's got wait-staff who smile; it's got a huge list of meaty options. The menu is inventive and bold with a focus on smoked meats and a slight twist on some Aussie classics. I mean, where else can you get a crocodile burger? The Chargrilled Crocodile Burger ($24) isn’t a gimmick either, I’ve had a croc. pie in Darwin (definite gimmick) but here it’s cooked superbly with that wood-fired taste,read more