Neutral Bay Bar & Dining
Dining out in Sydney got even more exciting for the trendy northern suburb locals when owner Alex Kearns decided to open a second well-priced sister restaurant to Glebe Point Diner. It’s inevitably busy most nights, reflecting how popular it is with the locals. The staff is young, fresh and professional, with waiters eager to tell you their picks from the classic modern Australian-slash-Mediterranean menu. It’s peppered with great dishes, from Tasmanian Pacific and Pambula rock oysters, to skewers of kingfish and pork belly with tarragon salsa, and an expertly-made 240-gram grass-fed Coorong Angus Scotch fillet, smeared with horseradish and served with a choice of sides – try the spicy lentils. Drinks-wise, there are some tasty cocktails on the menu and wine-lovers are well catered to, and a decent bottle won’t cost an arm or a leg, either.