Arrive by ferry or car – it’s easy to spend an entertaining evening at WTC Wharf. We are introducing a new way of dining – with a roving dinner, roaming along the WTC Wharf precinct.

Start your evening with a drink at the Wharf Hotel – and it might be the happiest hour (or two or three) you’ve ever had! Every day from 4 – 7 pm, you can enjoy $6 selected schooners, glasses of wine and basic spirits. Stay on for one of their weekly specials or move to the next riverside venue to start a night of grazing.

Man Mo is just a hop, skip and jump away from the pub. With a huge selection of Chinese delights on the menu, this is the perfect place to start with an entrée of traditional dumplings or steamed buns to get you in the mood. You can then move onto mains with some Teppanyaki action at Kobe Jones.

From seafood to meats and vegetables, there’s a great selection to enjoy with entertainment galore – but maybe book ahead to make sure you get the best front-row action. Head Chef, Alberto Borja, has created a variety of inspiring menus for you to choose from and with her personal flair, will ensure you experience the very best of teppanyaki dining. Whether your preference is for rock lobster, wagyu beef or king prawns, you won’t be disappointed.

Onto to dessert – and there’s no better place to sit and enjoy an espresso martini at the bar or some Middle Eastern dessert in the restaurant – Byblos is the sweetest venue of all! Selections include Helwayat Byblos – a tasting plate of traditional Lebanese sweets served with vanilla bean gelato, or try the Baked Ricotta Cheesecake – alongside fruit salad drizzled with caramel sauce. Biscuit Aux Chocolate cannot be missed, a soft chocolate biscuit served with vanilla bean ice cream and diced strawberry.

Or the piece de resistance is the traditional Lebanese dessert, Wared El Sham (Damasus Rose), which starts with filo pastry biscuit, and is then filled with Ashta (Lebanese custard) and pistachios, then drizzled with rosewater sugar syrup.

Now when you foodie friends ask you what’s trending right now? Tell them you have something really different to offer! Whatever their preferred poison, a grazing night at WTC Wharf is a night they won’t forget – or one they may not quite remember!


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