Tables 16, 40 and 50 at Est. have the best views.
Modern chic. Dress up, not down.
You've plenty to choose from here: Est., run by renowned head chef Peter Doyle, does elegant modern Australian fine dining with French and Asian influences; Sushi E is an acclaimed Japanese eatery, with Zen-simple styling, and the stunning Gin Garden, which serves breakfast and Thai and Australian dishes, set amid lush plants, sexy pendant lamps and raw brick walls. Don't miss award-winning brother restaurant Mr. Wong, beside the hotel at 3 Bridge Lane, where you can enjoy dazzling Cantonese cuisine (including incredible dim sum) in a sprawling 240-cover, two-level space.
The iconic Establishment Bar boasts a striking 42-metre pale marble bar, set in a huge, white-columned room decked out with sleek modern sofas and sinuous dark wood lounge chairs. Next door, the Gin Garden serves tasty gin cocktails, infused with lavender, blood orange and lime, alongside other top tipples. Upstairs repair to hyper-colourful Hemmesphere, an ethnic-glam cocktail bar with Moroccan-inspired low seating and exotic display vitrines. Tank Stream Bar can be accessed via the hotel foyer and offers a warm and cosy environment for an evening tipple. Palmer & Co is a new bar, located below the hotel on Abercrombie Lane and based on a 1920s speakeasy. You’ll feel like you’ve been whisked away to another era with their prohibition-style cocktails, New York deli snack menu and live jazz music.
9.45pm for dinner; 4.30am for drinks at the bar at weekends.
Light bites such as burgers and fresh salads are available from 11am to 11pm. After hours, you can still get a cheese platter or sandwiches.