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Lower Ground Floor of Chifley, 2 Chifley Square,
Sydney CBD NSW

Type
Licensed Cafes & Licensed Informal Restaurants
Cuisine
Modern Australian

Readers Choice Awards

Latest Member Reviews

Fantastic food and service

Going out to dine is an experience. We want to sample good food and service in a restaurant with atmosphere and decor. District Brasserie delivered in spades. The funky New York vibe with the leather seats and booths, coupled with the huge island bar and open kitchen offer a lot visually. Service was outstanding and very warm. I found the wine list to be very rewarding with the sommelier being spot on in assisting to pair the wine with the food we had ordered. Speaking of the food.... there are not enough words to describe how good it was. swordfish carpaccio was divine. The spare rib main dish was one of the best meat dishes I think I have ever had. We shared a dessert, which I am not usually one to order, but my god, it was a triumph of a finale to a glorious meal. We will be back!!!

Food
  • 4/4 Stars
Setting
  • 4/4 Stars
Service
  • 4/4 Stars
Value
  • 4/4 Stars

 

District Brasserie Overview

Sydneysiders escape city hustle and bustle at District Brasserie on Chifley Square. This relaxed, yet glam restaurant wows diners with a central marble bar, open kitchen, exposed brick and concrete walls, while arched wall lights extend a soft, warm glow over cosy table settings. Whether joining friends for a casual dinner, or stopping by on the way to work for breakfast, District’s Mod Oz menu with a French twist has guests covered. Think brunch dishes like horseradish crème fraiche, Wensleydale cheese and garden leaves, or a cured salmon ploughman’s plate with toasted rye, dill pickle and egg. Settle in for dinner with a starter of duck liver parfait, chutney and charred bread, before a main affair such as beef short rib, cornbread puree, braised leek, semi-dried tomato and chilli sauce.

Best Known For

Riverina lamb rump with blackened eggplant puree, charred shallot, sheeps milk yoghurt and mint oil.

District Brasserie Chef

Mark Knox

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Opening Hours

Mon07:00 - 01:00
Tues07:00 - 01:00
Wed07:00 - 01:00
Thur07:00 - 01:00
Fri07:00 - 01:00
SatClosed
SunClosed

Features & Facilities

Seats: 200

  • Customer Carpark
  • Fully Licensed
  • Functions
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Bar
  • Catering
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Payments Accepted

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • EftPos
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Other Awards & Media

  • Weekend Food Escapes Blog Review

    Head Chef Mark Knox brings his magic out to venue, District Brasserie located at the bottom of Chiefly Square. For the corporate suits that work in Chiefly Tower, they would be aware of the two areas of District Brasserie, there's the cafe and bakery and secondly also the bar and restaurant areas of District Brasserie. I personally don't work in Chifley Tower so I was pleasantly surprised to check this venue out on a Friday night as date night with MW.

    Weekend Food Escapes Blog Review