Keystone Group’s receivers sold Gazebo in 2016 and, a year later, the former fine-dining restaurant re-opened as casual neighbourhood eatery, Gazebo Aperitivo Bar.

There’s nothing unrecognisable on the menu, and plates small and large are meant for sharing. The burrata is made fresh daily in Marrickville and served with salty prosciutto and sourdough, with balsamic strawberries adding acidity to cleanse the palate. The smoked ocean trout is texturally rich with grapefruit, celery cress and radish in a buttermilk dressing.

Gazebo has weeknight specials reminiscent of the venue’s younger days. Two-for-one mussels are on Mondays and Sunday is the day for a hearty roast. The lemon-marinated half roast chicken is a standout larger dish thanks to the chicken-wing white gravy.

Bitter, citrusy spirits like Campari and Aperol feature heavily on the cocktail list.

Little of Keystone’s $3.2 million bistro fit-out remains. The decor is fresh and bright with a holidaying-on-the-Amalfi-Coast vibe. Turquoise, wood and white are accented with the occasional pop of red from a wall sconce. Comfortable booths are set into the classic Gazebo rounded wall and large windows looking out to the patio welcome the warm afternoon sun.

Gazebo Aperitivo Bar

2 Elizabeth Bay Road, Elizabeth Bay 2011

0415 316 738

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Updated: July 20th, 2018

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