Tag Archives: King Street Wharf

Nick’s Bar and Grill, King Street Wharf

The boy and I arrived at Nick’s Bar and Grill after work one day and were greeted by the cheerful hostess who gave us the option to pick our own table. We went with the table next to the promenade to enjoy the picturesque view of King Street Wharf with its assortment of ships and gentle waves.

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Kobe Jones 11th birthday dinner

It’s no secret that I am a massive fan of Kobe Jones (having blogged twice before already) and am so happy that I can be a part of their birthday celebrations. I still remember the first time I visited them all the way back in 2005 and was blown away by their cooking techniques and flavour combinations. Although some fault them on their price, you don’t visit King Street Wharf for a low-budget meal and each one of my visits has been a great experience.

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Casa di Nico, King Street Wharf

It’s been a while since I’ve been down to Casa di Nico, but we heard that they have relaunched their menu recently and went down to have a look to see what’s changed.

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The Malaya, King Street Wharf

Sydney has become quite infatuated with Malaysian food over the last year, but The Malaya down on King Street Wharf has been serving up this flavoursome cuisine to Sydneysiders for around 50 years now. My first visit to The Malaya was last year for a work Christmas lunch where we had the banquet menu and I had been pleasantly surprised by their tasty chilli bean sprouts and garlic chives dish.

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Kobe Jones Winter Romance Menu, King Street Wharf

Kobe Jones is one of those Sydney restaurants which has been around the scene for a while and has really perfected the art of a mouthwatering Volcano Roll with plenty of mayo goodness. We have been to Kobe Jones several times because of that Volcano Roll, but it is generally quite pricey so our visits have mostly been for special occasions. Tonight, we are trying out their 9 course Winter Romance tasting menu ($145 per person) and we’re really feeling the chill as it is bucketing down with rain and we’re seated in their outside dining area. To be fair, the area is enclosed with plastic sheeting (which unfortunately diminishes the view of Darling Harbour), but we still feel the drafts of wind blowing in despite being seated next to a heater.

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