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dined on Wed, 25 Sep 2019

Wonderful service and delicious food - thanks for a great evening.

dined on Tue, 27 Aug 2019

Great food and service with great vibe as we were seated near their open kitchen
Matthew Schwarz

dined on Fri, 16 Aug 2019

Awesome as usual, we have been here a fair few times now and it never disappoints. I had the steak frites which is probably the best I’ve had. Great service and love that you can buy wine in 500ml carafes.

dined on Fri, 5 Jul 2019

Not the best place for a quiet romantic dinner, especially on a Friday night. A great spot for loud chat and laughter after work with friends.

dined on Fri, 5 Jul 2019

We were seated outside which is a less enjoyable experience hence rating. Two very different experiences although no impact on service.

dined on Fri, 5 Jul 2019

This is a really good restaurant. Good range of items to choose from and both our dishes were delicious

dined on Thu, 4 Jul 2019

Very busy at lunch so make sure you book. We ordered the duck and chicken and two sides. Two leek and pumpkin sides were fab however our duck and chicken were a little tough and over cooked this time which was a shame.

dined on Mon, 1 Jul 2019

Great food, service and location for a mid-week CBD lunch. Highly recommended!

dined on Wed, 26 Jun 2019

Pretty classy location in Chifley, fancy vibes and food tastes better than expected. OMG triple cooked chips are a MUST TRY.

dined on Mon, 24 Jun 2019

We shared the Bistecca alla Fiorentina and it was just fabulous! Thank you for a memorable lunch!
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Free Parking for diners after 6pm in the Chifley

Free parking after 6pm in the Chifley building for diners at District Brasserie
01 Feb 2018 - 01 Feb 2022
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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When you enjoy wine and start to acquire or collect it, it’s easy to fill up your space pretty quickly. You often save a bottle or two to share with specific people, or on a specific occasion. But then those opportunities don’t quite come the way you imagined, or a bottle gets pushed to the back and you forget about it or your tastes start to change and all of a sudden your favourite wine is just taking up cellar space. That's where we step in. Every Tuesday night at District Brasserie, we welcome you to come and and enjoy those forgotten bottles with dinner. There's no limit to how many bottles you can bring, and we'll only charge you $20 corkage per bottle. We'll even tag and store them for you so you don't have to worry about transporting them into the city each week.
29 Mar 2019 - 29 Mar 2021
Tue 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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About District Brasserie

Chifley’s District Brasserie is an excellent contribution to Sydney city’s dining scene with a new, European-style venue that achieves a sophisticated yet casual elegance. District is open for BREAKFAST, LUNCH and DINNER - Monday to Friday, with rumours that the team will be opening on Saturday evenings for full dinner and bar service, in the near future. Take advantage of District’s complimentary parking from 6pm daily ! Join the family in town for a beautiful dinner or pop in for some drinks before or after your CBD shopping. District also caters for children with quality and healthy ingredients. Open from morning until late, District’s modern Australian menu has the twist of French savours, that the word “brasserie” might suggest. In true Parisian style, takeaway Single O espresso and fresh breakfast pastries from its own on-site organic bakery are available through the lobby espresso bar, while a mouthwatering and accessible menu is available all day from the table-service restaurant. Former Public Dining/est. chef Mark Knox and ex La Rennaissance patisserie chef Jason Hillier have come up with a long list of delights, from a breakfast of Ora king salmon with poached egg, green tahini, crispy quinoa and kelp salt, through to lunches of steamed hapuka with button mushroom, warrigal greens, clams, mussels & lemon grass. The unique offering, though, is the charred meat cooked on a special charcoal oven imported from Europe. Among the share plates are an 800-gram Jack’s Creek côte de boeuf with leaf salad, triple-cooked chips, horseradish and béarnaise sauce. So dedicated is the team to a higher level of quality and flavour that it’s even particular about the oven’s charcoal, which is secretly sourced and comes from fresh water mangrove trees.

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