The Woollahra Hotel has long been one of the eastern suburbs most iconic venues. From the large open roof terrace “The Terrace” to its one hatted restaurant, Bistro Moncur, the Woollahra Hotel has something for everybody. On this occasion we decided to keep it a little more casual and enjoyed a meal at The Terrace.
With its inviting open air courtyard and cruise ship theme you’d think you were on the deck of a luxury yacht.
Seasoned Wedges with Sweet Chilli & Sour Cream 9
I haven’t met a bowl of wedges that I didn’t like and that goes for this classic bar folly. There’s something about the combination of hot spiced potato, sour cream and sweet chilli sauce that gets me every time. I’ve eaten a lot of fancy food throughout the years but I’ve never forgotten the comfort a good bowl of wedges can bring.
Tasting Plate $22
An excellent selection of ‘things to nosh on’ this board had Prawn & Dill Cakes, Olives, Prosciutto, Babaganoush, Haloumi Cheese, Mini Duck Pate, Grilled Chorizo and Sourdough Bread. A great idea if you wanted a little something to pick at while your pounding down a couple of chardys.
King Crab Linguini $23
On to something a little more substantial, these delicate ribbons of pasta were tossed with a substantial amount of king crab, garlic, chilli, lemon, cherry tomatoes and mint. Simple yet flavoursome.
Wagyu Beef Burger $19
As fancy as the Eastern Suburbs might be, a pub is still a pub, and no pub menu is complete without a big meaty burger on it. Layered on the soft bun is a reasonably thick wagyu burger patty, caramelized onion, beetroot relish, tomato jam, cheese and aioli. Served with a side of fries this was a happy ending to our easy night out.
116 Queen Street,
Woollahra, NSW 2025