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The atmosphere in this heritage building never fails to disappoint nor does the excellent beer they make.
Lunch was a mixed bag the Cobb salad was tasty but the prawn and chorizo pizza was luke warm and lacked flavour.
I simply had to write a review on this brasserie as my husband and I found the food truly amazing. The brasserie is based above the Lord Nelson pub very close to The Rocks but a little way away from the huddle and bustle of...More
We dined here for lunch. The fish and chips were yummy and the chicken Nepalese curry also. Plenty of beer choices too. Staff were OK but could put on a smile and conversation to lift things up a notch.
My favourite pub in Sydney, I visit without fail when I'm in town for the excellent pie and mash washed down with some of the excellent ales brewed on site.
The second oldest pub in town, the sandstone walls still show the chisel marks of...More
In 1994, my family visited this pub. So when my wife and I returned to Sydney in February, we had to come back to see if it had changed. To our delight, it looked just as we remembered. We enjoyed two excellent beers here before...More
After walking through the markets at the Rocks on a Saturday, it is well worth heading to the oldest pub in Sydney for a Saturday lunch. The food and atmosphere was great . We stayed on for the afternoon 'jazz' band session which was brilliant.
As part of my 50th Birthday mini-pub-crawl I finally patronized the famous Lord Nelson pub as was not disappointed. 3 Sheets Ale was refreshing and crisp and the food was delicious: enjoyed a Grass-Fed brisket sandwich with rosemary chips.
Service was solid. I even purchased...More