Quay is one of the country’s most celebrated restaurants; the creation of Fink Group and Executive Chef Peter Gilmore.

The reimagination of Quay has welcomed an organic space reflective of Peter Gilmore’s nature inspired cuisine. The interplay of textures and colour bring new life and a vibrance that embraces the restaurant’s place in the dress circle of Sydney Harbour. An ode to the Australian landscape, from the vast ocean floor, to the cracked bark of a paperbark tree, every detail from the ground up has been thoughtfully considered.

A new era for Quay, gives an opportunity to fulfil even greater aspirations in delivering a most personal and immersive dining experience.


Upper Level, Overseas Passenger Terminal,
The Rocks, Sydney 2000


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Private Dining


Overlooking the Sydney Opera House, the newly appointed Private Dining Room at Quay seats up to ten guests. Featuring an elliptical spotted gum dining table, and walls adorned by overlapping fabric veils referencing the colours of Australian gum leaves on the forest floor, each thoughtful detail in the room creates a warm, inclusive space.

The Upper Tower


20 Seated only Monday – Thursday, January – November Monday – Wednesday, December


Quay’s Upper Tower is arguably Sydney’s most spectacular dining room. With floor to ceiling glass walls, it offers a 270-degree view of Sydney Harbour, taking in Circular Quay, the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the historical charm of The Rocks. It is a discreet space for an intimate lunch or dinner, seating up to 20 guests.

The Green Room


100 seated, 180 standing


The Green Room is an impressive venue offering 240-degree views of Sydney Harbour. Situated on the 2nd floor of the restaurant, The Green Room is 232 square meters with two spacious terraces facing the Sydney Opera House and The Sydney Harbour Bridge.