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.
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.
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...
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
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”.
In a first for the business and entertainment precinct, the restaurant, helmed by executive chef Dan Rudolf, will open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, “showcasing premium ingredients from around Australia”.
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.
While the space pays homage to its butcher shop history, don’t be swayed by the name: The Butcher’s Block does offer a mouth-watering selection of meats (try the Wagyu sirloin), bringing favourites from the original North Shore restaurant, but the menu doesn’t neglect pescatarians and plant-based diet enthusiasts.
South Street Granville to serve as the newest casual meets fine dining restaurant. After a million-dollar renovation that’s found a touch away from Granville Station, their newest location is described as the perfect entertainment hub suitable for all occasions