Potts Point is undoubtably one of Sydney's sassiest neighbourhoods bustling with entertainment options. The Jensen Potts Point boasts one of Sydney's most desirable locations and we encourage you to come check it out!
Monopole is the brain-child of Nick Hildebrandt and Brent Savage - the minds behind the award winning Bentley Restaurant and Bar. When the two decided that they wanted to experiment and create a more casual concept, Monopole was born. It is all about share plates and an amazing drinks list at what has become a contemporary Australian eatery. The wine list features over 500 wines that includes a large variety by the glass. There's something here to suit everyone's taste buds and the house-made charcuterie is a must.
Cho Cho San
Cho Cho San, inspired by the travels of Jonathan Barthelmess and Sam Christie, is a Potts Points answer to an izakaya style Japanese eatery. A long dining bar and minimal cream interior create the perfect backdrop to get lost in the abundantly amazing menu that is a perfect detour from the traditional straightforward Japanese cuisine. Washed down with a sake or two, this is the place you'd want to be.
The Apollo, a Greek Restaurant drawing on Jonathan Barthelmess' heritage with a keen eye to detail and the flavours of the Mediterranean. Both banquette and outdoor seating feature perfectly in this gracefully minimalist space, with a Chefs table cleverly positioned to act as a partition between the dining room and kitchen. With each dish better than the next you will lose yourself in the masterfully created menu. You'll go full Greek no matter what you choose. Following tradition, the menu is designed to share and immerse yourself in this true Greek delight.
Fratelli Paradiso - Italian food done right. With a chalkboard menu and year round favourites like Scampi Pasta and a Black Angus 800gr Rib Eye, it is no wonder this haunt is a constant hive of activity. Moody interior and authentic staff with an abundance of knowledge it is hard to not fall in love with this neighbourhood gem.
Situated in a cosy nook within Potts Point's food hub, Fei Jai or Fatboy in Cantonese, is a delightfully modern tale on a traditional Chinese eatery.
With options to eat inside the smouldering walls or outside al-fresco, you'll no doubt soak up the moody vibe that is projected. A popular choice amongst the local hive, the food is authentic and simple. With only the freshest ingredients you'll have trouble deciding whether to branch out or stick with the crowd favourites. Take a stroll around the corner to try it yourself!
The minds that bought us Monopole are at it again with this European dining inspired Vegetarian Bistro. We know it simply as Yellow. A plant-based menu with focus on heirloom vegetables paired with an electric wine list, located in the iconic Yellow House Potts Point. Pop in for dinner 7 days a week or lunch on weekends and find out why they called it Yellow.