Introducing The Rocks Progressive Dinner
Between meals, you’ll explore The Rocks with a personal guide helping you find the next location - and revealing hidden gems along the way.
There are only 20 spots available for this limited one-off experience and bookings are essential.
Four courses - four locations
Each location in The Rocks Progressive Dinner was hand picked to represent the best dining and drinking that Sydney has to offer.
Entree at Tayim
Inside a semi-hidden historic sandstone cavern, executive chef Nathan Dennard blends modern techniques with traditional Middle Eastern cuisine. The result? A dining experience that’s at once elegant and comforting, familiar and exciting. Enjoy stuffed zucchini, burghul, matbucha, sheep yogurt, urfa biber pair with a glass of the Lebanese Rosé - 2019 Chateau Oumsiyat Soupir Rosé, Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah - Mount Lebanon or a cocktail of choice.
Main at Sargeant Lok
Choose either: Shaoxing wine beef rib jalapeño relish, canton soy mareama duck pickled shiitake or steamed barramundi master stock soy.
Sargeant Lok serves delicious modern Chinese fusion cuisine inside the tastefully renovated former cells, offices and charge rooms of a grand old prison built in the late 1800s. This is one of Sydney’s most arresting and unique dining experiences.
Dessert at Pony Dining
Wood roasted macadamia caramel tart, next door’s honey ice cream
Pony Dining are the pioneers of wood-fired cooking in Sydney and have been serving their honest, flavour-driven menu for over 15 years now. While Australian produce, meat and the Argentinian wood fired grill are the stars, they’ve gained a cult following for their moreish desserts too.
Drinks at Doss House
Drinks with a premium cheese platter
There’s a secret hiding just under the street at 77/79 George. Walk down a set of stairs and you’ll discover a heritage basement occupied by a charming speakeasy bar. Here, in the low light and glowing sandstone walls, you can enjoy one of Sydney’s most impressive selections of whiskeys and premium cocktails.