To get to the CBD’s new Bowery Lane, you step inside a set of office-like sliding glass doors. But rather than walking straight into another of Sydney’s sky-high office buildings, a sharp left will take you into what feels like a Manhattan loft. Copper piping complements black leather seating here, and a few fiddle leaf figs add a nice green touch to the dining room.
Here, it’s all about the meats – specifically the share options. Slow-cooked lamb shoulder, a whole organic barbeque chicken, pork collar and a braised one-kilogram wagyu short rib are your choices. Each is served with vegetables, grains and dressings.
Smaller shareable snacks and entrees range from prawn or tuna sliders to jamon serrano and confit duck salad. There are also a few vegetable options on the menu. Cocktails are named for NYC favourites; try a Mulberry Street Negroni, where the classic is stirred down with house-made cold-drip coffee, or a New York Sour.
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