Ume Burger opens on Barangaroo’s Wulugul Walk (Sydney)

If you to too have felt the pains and pangs of arriving to Kerby Craig’s wildly popular burger pop ups, which he began two years ago, only to hear the dreaded phrase “sold out” over and over again then you’d understand how long many have waited for the fine-dining chef to turn to burgers in a permanent capacity. Finally Craig and chef Regina Jose have ensured that no longer will we have to miss out on these uniquely Japanese style burgers. First Craig opened Bar Ume in Surry Hills a few months ago, and now the duo have given Barangaroo it’s first burger-centric opening with Ume Burger – trust the shiny new precinct to aim high with their obligatory burger joint.... Read More | Share it now!

Lotus brings dumplings and modern Chinese to Barangaroo (Sydney)

After a successful expansion to The Galeries last year Lotus have now opened up their third Sydney venue, as Barangaroo’s obligatory dumpling and modern Chinese restaurant, a massive 160-seater designed by the ever-reliable DS17. Bringing over their excellent menu and adding a few new additions (expect more seafood) to help settle into the new waterfront precinct, Lotus Barangaroo has slotted in as another piece of the rapidly evolving Wulugul Walk. It’s a big step for the brand, but seems like the right move after The Galeries – still the largest of their three venues – furthered their imprint on Sydney’s incredibly busy dumpling scene.... Read More | Share it now!

The Streets of Barangaroo: here’s what to expect from the waterfront precinct (Sydney)

With the successful Wulugul Pop Up at Barangaroo winding down in August everything seems to be moving into place for The Streets of Barangaroo to truly spring to life. Over the next few months Sydney is going to start to see the permanent bars, restaurants, and retailers who will making up the character of this monstrously large development, and whether or not it becomes the destination it was designed to be will depend on those businesses lining the sparkling waterfront of the Wulugul Walk, already a sight that has become synonymous with the ‘new’ face of Sydney. ... Read More | Share it now!