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Theatre Bar at the End of the Wharf, Sydney

Hickson Road Near Pier 4, Dawes NSW 2000, Australia
Theatre Bar at the End of the Wharf Review
4 Star Rating
8 July 2015Theatre Bar at the End of the Wharf
Tags: Sydney, Australia, Cocktail Bar reviewsThe Bill: £57 per head

The Theatre Bar at the End of the Wharf is just as the name suggests - located at the end of the wharf and just a few steps from Sydney Harbour. You are treated to some stunning views over the waterways of Sydney, and as day turns to night it's a view you'll remember. Evening dinner cruises and private yachts sail past, and I couldn't help but think there are worst places to be as I sipped my cocktail. It's a large bar, some of the areas can be booked for private events, and there is also a small outdoor space. We lounged on the large sofas which were very comfortable.

There were more than a few tempting cocktails on their menu to choose from. We started off with the 'Black Forest Cake' which was a rich tasting drink with Kahlua, Frangelico, Chambord, Raw Sugar and Choc Bitters, Shaken Together then Topped with Baileys and Milk Choc Shavings. It was as delicious and indulging as it sounds.

Next we ordered the 'Rye Apple Pie', mixed with Jim Beam Rye, Ballantine’s Scotch, Homemade Cinnamon Syrup, Egg White Topped with Cloudy Apple and Lemon Juice Garnish with an Apple Slice. Simply superb.

“The Theatre Bar at the End of the Wharf is a must visit when in Sydney.”

We ordered the 'What’s Kraken' named as after the Kraken Rum, mixed with Herring Cherry Liquor, Maraschino Juice to Taste, Built Over Ice and Garnished with Maraschino Cherry. The cherry on top was the jewel in the crown, a very enjoyable cocktail.

Lastly we ordered the 'Old Mate Nate' mixed with Zubroska Vodka, St Germaine liquor, Crème de Peche, with Homemade Vanilla Syrup, Lime Juice Shaken Together and with a Lime Wheel. This is mixology at its finest, an interesting flavour that's very easy on the palate, and I could easily have had another straight after.

We ordered a bottle of Block 50 Cabernet Sauvignon, Central Ranges, NSW, 2011 for our table. We also sampled the mixed Marinated Olives, with Lemon, Garlic & Chilli, followed by Buratta with Roast Capsicum, Tomato, Jerusalem Artichoke and Basil. And a Cheese Board, comprising of a small selection of Cheese, Salami, House Made Pickles which were simply divine, Quince and Grapes. A great dish we both shared. We had a terrific experience and would definitely return here.

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