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Duck breast, celeriac purée, river spinach, fennel and shallot salad and five spice jus.
Dining at Strangers’ Restaurant, on Macquarie Street in the heart of Sydney, takes diners on a fascinating journey through history, tracing the evolution of dining practices and food trends, along with NSW Parliament’s rich collection of art and artefacts. Nestled in NSW Parliament House overlooking the beautiful domain and not far from the Royal Botanical Gardens, the building is full of hidden surprises along with a stylish restaurant delivering an à la carte menu, high tea and private dining options. Start with Sydney rock oysters, finger lime and mirin aqua, or lemon and garlic scallops, radicchio salad, anchovy dressing and pangrattato; moving onto mains such as lamb cutlets, petit pois à la Français and mustard mashed potato, enjoyed with a glass of Bloodwood Cabernet Sauvignon.
6 Macquarie Street, Sydney CBD 2000 NSW - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 50 Chef: Vanessa Harcourt Sommelier: Lee Kwiez
This large versatile dining room featuring panoramic garden views is ideal for conferences, seminars, luncheons, award dinners and stand-up cocktail reception events. WHERE STRANGERS BECOME FRIENDS The Strangers’ Room is a meeting place where members of Parliament greet visiting dignitaries including consuls’ generals and members of the Royal family. Historically, these guests were referred to as ’strangers’, thus creating the saying ‘where strangers become friends’.
- Up to 300 Guests
- Charity Event
- Christmas Party
- Cocktail Party
- Corporate Function
- Dinner Party
- Product Launch
- Finger Food
- Set Menu