The Butcher's Block
Banoffee waffles for breakfast, Moreton Bay bug pasta for lunch, steak for dinner and views on the side.
Rudolph’s menu has a strong seafood and local produce focus, as well as plenty of meat dishes to honour its roots as a butcher shop. There is lamb shoulder for two and a handful of steaks, including the grass-fed black Angus flat iron, and a Wagyu sirloin. The design has plenty of bottle green, dark timber and hanging pots and pans. The illuminated Butcher’s Block sign is a nice touch.
For breakfast there’s a crab omelette (with chilli masala, apple, celery and herbs), Banoffee waffles (banana, ginger butterscotch sauce, vanilla mascarpone and roasted almonds) and lamb sausages served with bacon, chorizo, eggs and chipotle beans. You might need a nap after.
The Butcher’s Block is on the harbour, with Pyrmont off into the distance. There is outdoor seating and plenty of large windows that slide open to bring the outside into the dining room. We reckon when the weather is warm and there’s a slight breeze, a Butcher’s Mistress (gin, lychee, lime and basil) might be a good thing to order.
The Butchers Block, Barangaroo
It is always exciting to visit new phenomenon waterfront restaurants in Sydney. The ones that have just opened and have the right atmosphere, marketing and word of mouth dishes that cause the crowds to flock. The Butcher's Block Barangaroo can be added to this list.
Sydney north shore favourite opens a city flagship
In a first for the business and entertainment precinct, the restaurant, helmed by executive chef Dan Rudolf, will open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week, “showcasing premium ingredients from around Australia”.
The Barangaroo restaurant you must try if you love cocktails
The Butcher’s Block, which you might already be familiar with if you’ve been to their other location in Wahroonga, have literally just opened up shop right in the heart of Barangaroo.
And trust us, their cocktail list alone is reason enough to book in a regular table.
Inspired by classic turn-of-the-century cocktails, The Butcher’s Block have carefully created a menu of unique beverage offerings that puts a unique and modern twist on all of your favourites!
But it’s not just the alcoholic beverages that will have you running to Barangaroo! The Butcher’s Block has enlisted the help of executive chef Daniel Rudolph to create a seriously mouth-watering food menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner that will suite any palate.
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Celebrating Spring at Sydney's
best new eateries
Executive chef Daniel Rudolph, ex-Quay head chef, is taking over the old Ete site. Due to open next week, it’s an all-day menu. He’s bringing favourites from the original Wahroonga restaurant...
The Bekhams Surprise Day out
Meanwhile Wahroonga cafe The Butcher’s Block also enjoyed a surprise visit from the Beckhams... Victoria and David stopped by the cafe, located on Sydney’s North Shore, on Tuesday for breakfast, the eatery reported on Instagram.
Who are we dining with
Former Miss Universe Australia popped in to our Barangaroo store for an evening catchup with her partner. Enjoying the sunset from Barangaroo wharf and "delicious food AND wine"sure made a girl happy.
The Butchers Block
Offering an all-day dining experience, The Butchers Block becomes your morning coffee shop, midday lunch meeting hub, and evening restaurant. Providing a menu curated by industry leaders, international chefs, and welcoming wait staff.
The Butchers Block Barangaroo
The Butcher’s Block Barangaroo has undergone a full renovation with a multimillion dollar transformation and a brand-new design. Think exposed brick, soft sanded wood, pops of greenery, intimate mood lighting and polished silver pots and pans, alongside old-style butcher posts adorning the walls...
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