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On our recent crawl down Foveaux Street we stopped off at the hotel for a quick drink or 2. Started with a Sailor Jerry's, dry & lime, plus a shot of 1800 tequila. My friends enjoyed similar plus the local made Polamade (lemon based with...More
I didn't have what I perceived to be the best experience here. I'll try to keep things factual and let you make your own judgements. I attended on a Thursday night recently. It wasn't that busy in the grand scheme of things. I ordered dinner...More
Now this place is really, really, cool. Not only is it a pub but it is also a Mexican restaurant, and quite a colourful one at that. Okay, I only came here for a drink (and am kicking myself that I didn't actually have a...More
Popped in here on the way back from the Rugby yesterday. We stayed for a few ales as they were cheap and the glasses (dimpled half pints) were really cold. For Surry Hills where Coopers and Squires cost nearly $7 a Schooner this was pleasant...More
Stayed here for some time in 2009 whilst floating around Australia backpacking, friendly, clean, great food and great service. Always have specials on the board and all food is cooked fresh and in a timely manner. Excellent evening entertainment - live bands, mic nights ....More
Australia > New South Wales > Sydney > Surry Hills
Once regarded as the traditional fashion area, Surry Hills has broadened its appeal. This neighbourhood continues to distinguish itself as a shopping destination, offering the best collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques, designer brands and flagship stores in the city. Today, this area has evolved into a hub of media, design and professional services - a colourful and diverse place equally known for its
antique dealers, art galleries, cafes and pubs. Strolling down the street on a Saturday morning, you’ll see a mix of students, artists, hipsters and a few all-nighters from Oxford Street, the “Gay Capital of Sydney”. In this vibrant neighbourhood you will find bohemian chic and modern style co-existing side by side.