Important warning!!! Our tiger prawn linguine may have some side effects as in the second photo (swipe right 👉🏻) Allergic cases please do not consume! 😅 PS: We missed you Marlene! @marlouww -Tiger prawn linguine wcherry tomatoes, basil, chilli, confit garlic, white wine-
Something wild? Australian green ant gin is now special on the menu! 🐜 Traditionally favoured by Indigenous societies for their medicinal benefits and protein content, Green Ants display vibrant flavours of Lime and Coriander. This unique bush tucker is hand harvested in the Northern Territory by the Motlop family of the Larrakia people. The taste is impressive for such a small item you get a powerful lemon flavoured burst. served w ice, tonic, kaffir & star anise @somethingwildaus
Yesterday we ran the first oyster masterclass in the house by hosting 16 food & travel influencers. 12 different types of Australian oysters were served with perfectly matching hand-picked Semillon, Riesling and Sake by our wine sommelier Barnaby Fallows. It was a totally unique event which has never been tried in any similar venue before that we know of. 7 creamy, sweet, mineral tasting Sydney rock oysters followed by 4 salty, vegetal, crisp Pacific oysters and the final one was the native Australian mud flat oyster, the Angasi with a full rich flavour. We’re glad to see that everybody loved the taste of the oysters and learning how taste can vary from one region to another. We would like to thank Tim Dumbrell, Tom Rupnik and our head-chef Kris Swiecinski, general manager Laura Sanna and marketing manager Derya Uzum for running the event smoothly and being amazing hosts and also a big thanks to all guests for accepting our invitation and joining in on our first oyster masterclass. Stay tuned for the next masterclass! Photo : @simonfoodfavourites 🙏🏼
Today we’re hosting an exclusive oyster masterclass with travel and food influencers and we’re going to host oyster sommelier Tim Dumbrell. We’re overly excited and will be keep updating you very often today 😉 If you have any question about oysters it’s perch time to throw it us 😏@foodlink @east33sydney @appellationoysters @sydney
There are so many way to enjoy a single oyster, tell us what is your favourite style? As beer battered fried with gribiche sauce or kilpatrick with bacon & Worcestershore what about drinking in one of the spirit based shots like margarita, mojito or even non alcoholic Bloody Caesar based oyster shots or just a classic style with a piece of lemon or maybe some tabasco? ———————— 📸 IG / @ieatgr8food @kikimorris
We are totally ready for the season of joy and celebration and look forward to reading your reviews about what’s new at the Oyster Bar this season. We have worked hard on all our menus, not just the delicious Australian seafood menu but also on a new cocktail, beer and wine list. The wine list has been updated by our wonderful and talented sommelier Barney Fallows, and there are now no less than 26 by the glass options to meet with our local and traveller guests expectations. There are no more words needed on a list that celebrates over 150 bottles of hand-selected white, rose, red, sake, sparkling and champagne until you get them to try. We absolutely didn’t forget about our beer lovers either and the new list is crammed with craft beers from Bondi to Armidale and beyond. We hope you enjoy choosing from our list, as much as we have enjoyed putting it together.
The world is your oyster, don’t use the wrong fork! 😅🙊 We’re loving our new drink coasters not only because they were designed by our team, but perhaps because everyone from the team added a few words on them. (A secret note: the best one is saving for Mardi Gras 🌈)
I love it when you call me OYSTER señorita! (Sound on 🔊) @foodlinkaustralia @appellationoysters @sydney @therocks @hildakosunen