Only ever come on a Thursday for the mussells. Its the best of the lunch "specials". But you have to get in early otherwise the place fills up quickly.
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We sat outside, such a beautiful day. The owner was very informative. Also when we sat down my friend nudged me, the author/playwrite mentioned in the book sat at the table next to us. A very eclectic clientele
There's so much we love about this pub, truly local for Woolloomooloo regulars. Relaxed, warm and friendly with a warm welcome. The pub and kitchen are really efficient. We ate the Pork Sunday Roast, where you eat is no nonsense, you get a house red...More
We came to see a play in the excellent little theatre downstairs and so we ate at the pub's restaurant for convenience's sake alone. Glad we did! The staff were friendly and helpful. Found ourselves a table and enjoyed the atmosphere. Unpretentious, delicious food. My...More
Fortunately the restaurants and pubs in the wharf area were very busy so we walked up a couple of blocks and found The Old Fitzroy Hotel. We had just missed some live music, but there was still a great atmosphere with both lots of locals...More
We enjoyed our brief stop at the Fitzroy. Meals from the kitchen looked great and generous. Came for the beer and they had lots of variety, maybe 16 on top or more.
Got there early (6pm) and found a seat in the small eating area.Ordered the Barramundi,chicken schnitzel and 2*gnocchi's.All came out promptly and where more than pleased with the quality of the cooking .Probably the best pub(its better than simple pub meals) meals we have had...More
The food was a big disappointment. We ordered the halloumi salad which was ordinary (average dressing, overcooked and soggy pumpkin) and the fish, which was a disaster (half was overcooked and mushy, and half was so chewy and rubbery could not cut it with a...More