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Kingsleys Woolloomooloo

Harbour views, succulent steak, fresh seafood and wines by the carafe.
By Leisha Kapor
July 15, 2018
By Leisha Kapor
July 15, 2018

Located on Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf, Kingsleys specialises in classic Australian dining and premium, locally sourced steak, seafood and wine.

With a charcoal oven recently added to the kitchen, wagyu rib on the bone, Victorian lamb shoulder and barbecue-glazed beef short ribs are cooked faster, juicier and with a smoky charcoal flavour. Executive chef Daniel Corbett's menu also champions seafood fresh from the market. There is salmon from Tasmania with lime aioli, Moreton Bay bug grilled with garlic butter, whole plate-sized snapper and Queensland mud crab served with a bean sprout salad. Bibs are provided to keep you looking fresh.

The banquet menu will get you three courses for $75 per person, letting you sample entrees like fresh Sydney rock oysters, a tasting board of steak, the fish of the day, sides and dessert — think a salted caramel and dark chocolate tart, or a tonka bean pannacotta. If there's enough of you, the best of the charcoal oven can be sampled with the feasting menu, which is best for 6–12 people at $79 a head.

The food is complemented by an extensive list of local and international wines, and a selection of signature cocktails. Try the truffle negroni for something a little out of left field — Stone Pine Black Truffle Gin, Campari, Carpano Antico, fresh truffle and salt ($30).


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