Serving the long-standing crown jewel of Sunday roasts in Sydney, the Taphouse continues to serve high quality traditional English-style roast dinners. With a change of ownership last year, the Thorpe brothers have breathed new life into this beautiful Darlinghurst pub. The beer selection favours all Aussie, fully independent breweries across twenty taps, rotating for freshness and seasonality. The roast offered is a choice of nine-hour slow cooked beef or crispy pork belly (with crackling, of course) complete with yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, carrots, steamed broccoli and lashings of gravy for $25. Due to it’s popularity, it can be hard to get a seat, so best to book in advance and get in early as they have a habit of selling out later in the evening. Grab a seat on the outdoor rooftop terrace and then all you have to decide is what beer you should have.