Kings Cross Hotel, Kings Cross

Kings Cross Hotels lies rightfully in the heart of Sydney’s nightlife. The retro fan ceiling, vintage posters and exposed brick doubles as a home to relaxed vibes by day and a busy bar by night.

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Bangkok Betty ($15)

Combining vodka, fresh kiwifruit, lychees, fresh lemon, sugar & apple juice. The sweetness of the lychees, sugar and apple juice definitely overtake the alcoholic after taste of the vodka. Would recommend for light drinking.

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Tijuana Taxi ($15)

A concoction of tequila, coconut syrup, fresh lemon, pineapple juice and passion fruit. Refreshing and fruity, you could definitely feel the alcohol in this, and after about 3 (or 4) I couldn’t decided which was more dangerous, the drink or its name sake.

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KX Cheese Burger ($17)

The Cheeseburger arrived on a metal tray and comprised of sesame bun, beef patty, melted cheese, mustard and pickles along with a serve of crispy chips.

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The beef batty was still slightly pink inside, holding together the juice. I was happy to see generous cuts of tangy pickles to cut the savoury combo of the cheese and beef. Overall, very satisfied with the classic.

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Crispy Skin Salmon, New Potatoes, Fennel, Radish ($22)

A petite dish, however quite filling. The salmon was moist and tender, with the crispy skin as promised. The fresh fennel-radish combo worked really well to balance the new potatoes, a yummy rendition of the usual wedges or chips. Overall, a very good feed.

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Trip Through The Cross

The Kings Cross Hotel staircase has been transformed into a ‘Trip through the Cross with a five level art installation. 2 Hungry Guys team member Julian was there for the launch of this transformation:

Take a trip to and through the Kings Cross Hotel, located on the cusp of Sydney’s red light district….

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Stretch your mind as you are drawn in and up to new levels by the psychedelic transformations of the murals that tell a story on every storey of the newly revamped party venue. Syncopated geometric abstractions combust into fully blown organic shapes as you ascend.

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In collaboration with Jose Martinez and Redbull they have created the vibe of a definitive enduring energy that epitomises Kings Cross. There are five levels to explore incorporating bars, music and dance spaces culminating in an open rooftop chill out hub.

IMG_0613 IMG_0616 The colourful history of the hotel has been somewhat retained and also revamped by artists Henry Curchod and Jerry Washington.

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This is an exciting new destination for all sorts of people who want to party on numerous levels.

Kings Cross Hotel

244-248 William Street
Kings Cross, NSW, 2011

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Contributed by Katrina and Julian who dined and attended as a guest on behalf of 2 Hungry Guys

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