Firedoor is situated in the smoky back streets of Surry Hills and nestled within the former Silknit House: a circa 1911 heritage building notorious for housing musicians and artists during Sydney’s lively creative scene in the ’80s and ’90s. The restaurant serves seasonally driven food that has been cooked over wood coals and presented simply, allowing the quality of the produce and aroma of the embers to do the talking. Firedoor is the only fire-powered restaurant in Australia.
23 – 33 Mary Street,
Surry Hills NSW 2010
50 seated, 70 standing
The restaurant features an open kitchen and bar to showcase the natural beauty of wood-fired cooking; this exposed layout not only positions the wood-fired ovens as the focal point but also provides a sense of drama and intimacy.
Firedoor can cater to group bookings up to 14 with a chef’s menu. For larger bookings, the restaurant can be booked out exclusively.