District Brasserie

Average price $65
314 reviews

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Scores & Reviews

based on 314 reviews
Only customers who have dined at the restaurant after booking on TheFork can leave a review.
Food :8.9/10
Service :8.8/10
Setting :8.5/10
  1. Helena H.
    • one review

    The food, service and atmosphere were perfect. Scott, John and co. were attentive and epitomised the ideal service you want when dining out. Will definitely be returning!

  2. Susanna C.
    • 7 reviews

    Another awesome dining experience! Great service and brilliant food. The charcuterie was very good. As usual we reserve our favourite Cote de boeuf . Cooked medium rare it was the highlight of our dinner. Duck confit was delicious the skin was crispy and meat tender. Both desserts were delicious as well.

  3. Aubrey C.
    • one review

    Service’s great! Pasta and steak were good with fantastic coffees. Wines were good, too. Aside from a little bit noisy for intimate conversations, the restaurant certainly is a good option for those who enjoy good food and coffees. Will definitely revisit!

  4. Michelle C.
    • 7 reviews

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

  5. Jason b.
    • 2 reviews

    Great restaurant for a meal in the city. Excellent food and service. It’s my regular breakfast venue for business meetings and it never disappoints.

  6. A A.
    • 282 reviews

    Excellent food and service in a nice setting

  7. A A.
    • 244 reviews

    Great place business meeting i.e., location is very central

  8. A A.
    • 264 reviews

    Steak was tough and the chips looked like frozen french fries.

  9. Martin G.
    • 4 reviews

    Great service and great food!

  10. Theodora C.
    • 2 reviews

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

  11. A A.
    • 276 reviews

    A nice upmarket venue for dinner

  12. A A.
    • 281 reviews

    Good food but cold when sat outside

  13. Matthew S.
    • 20 reviews

    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.

  14. A A.
    • 261 reviews

    6pm on a Friday night is not ideal for a quiet meal, as the bar is full of workers. Other than that, food, drinks and service were all great!

  15. A A.
    • 254 reviews

    Great place to take clients for breakfast meetings

  16. A A.
    • 267 reviews

    Their usual high standard

  17. A A.
    • 271 reviews

    Great steak

  18. A A.
    • 259 reviews

    We asked for table inside as we were put at the bottom of the escalator with cold wind blowing in and no heaters waitress said she would see what she could do and did not return to advise - otherwise I would return but if its winter ask for table inside

  19. A A.
    • 277 reviews

    Reliably good food and drinks. Quite noisy on a Thursday evening and service a little "perfunctory".

  20. A A.
    • 255 reviews

    Consistently very good

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How to get to the restaurant

Chifley Square, 2000, Sydney, Australia

About the restaurant

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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