Beach is set high on the dunes of Clarkes Beach overlooking the Pacific Ocean and is the only absolute beachfront restaurant in Byron Bay. A relaxed simplicity runs through everything – from the freshest ingredients, to the pared-back interior, to the comfortable understated atmosphere.
It’s only fitting that the very best of Australia’s produce and wine take centre stage at the iconic Sydney Opera House’s Bennelong restaurant. With one of Australia’s most celebrated chefs, Peter Gilmore, at the helm, Bennelong showcases the flavour, diversity and quality of Australian produce within the shell of one of Australia’s most iconic buildings. The Bennelong menu has been inspired by conversations with the most passionate and dedicated farmers, fishermen, breeders and providores nationwide.
Firedoor works instinctively with fire in all its forms and seasonal ingredients. The kitchen uses no gas or electricity, but instead has two wood-fired ovens, three grills and a wood-burning hearth. The open kitchen allows guests a clear view of the theatre that unfolds in the kitchen. Head Chef and co-owner Lennox Hastie’s fascination and focused approach to cooking with fire results in a daily menu of precision and subtlety.
A slice of Basque Country in the heart of Surry Hills by Lennox Hastie. Inspired by Lennox Hastie’s time in the foothills of the Basque Country, Gildas is a homage to the original pintxo created in San Sebastian of three simple ingredients; a guindilla pepper, an olive, and an anchovy – a creation which coincided with the screening of the eponymous film starring the stunning Rita Hayworth, Gilda, at the San Sebastian Film Festival in 1946.
OTTO celebrates people, place and la dolce vita. Located on absolute riverfront at South Bank, OTTO Ristorante and OTTO Osteria bring a vibrant glamour to the Queensland dining scene. Striking river views and colourful interiors meet warm and assured service.
OTTO celebrates people, place and la dolce vita. Situated in the spectacular surrounds of the Finger Wharf at Woolloomooloo, OTTO has an undeniable reputation as one of Sydney’s most respected dining institutions. Approachable yet refined service greets modern Italian cuisine, alfresco dining and trademark waterside views. OTTO is the quintessential Sydney dining experience and has remained a local favourite for over 20 years.
Quay is one of the country’s most celebrated restaurants. The recent reimagination of Quay has welcomed an organic space reflective of Executive Chef Peter Gilmore’s nature inspired cuisine. The Quay menu is a progression of rare and beautiful ingredients where texture, flavour and harmony is paramount. 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.
Fink boasts exceptional event spaces across our Sydney, Brisbane and Byron Bay restaurants. At Quay, entertain guests with panoramic Sydney Harbour views and menus by Australia’s most celebrated chef, Peter Gilmore. At Bennelong, impress guests beneath the sails of the world heritage listed Sydney Opera House at Bennelong. At OTTO Sydney, showcase the quintessential Italo-Sydney dining experience on the iconic Finger Wharf at Woolloomooloo. At OTTO Brisbane, surprise guests with colour, flare and inspired Italian cuisine overlooking the Story Bridge. At Beach, indulge guests by the sparkling seaside of Byron Bay. And at Firedoor, thrill guests with the drama and theatre of fire at Firedoor.View All Spaces
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We are thrilled to announce the results of the 2024 Good Food Guide Awards for New South Wales.
In the recent Australian Wine List of the Year Awards, we are honoured to have received accolades across our seven venues.
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Eno Chang has been a part of the Fink family for eight years. We take a look back on his wonderful story — leading up to his pathway to permanent residency through Fink and the Premium Dining Labour Agreement.