This bar and kitchen (by the same person behind Peasant and Los Villanos is decked out in antique-white VJ boards, pendant lights and teal-coloured tiling. Bi-fold timber windows and doors look out both the front and the back of the venue. The intimate space feels like the lounge room of Queenslander.
The double-shop frontage allows a terrace for enjoying drinks outdoors and the décor incorporates prints from the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The menu is modern-Australian with a shared-food focus designed for grazing. There are Pacific oysters, roasted-vegetable moussaka, a charcuterie board and desserts. Drinks are simple: beers and cocktails, a hand-batched sangria on tap, and wines from Australia and New Zealand.
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