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Laid back little gem located in the back streets of Glebe. Reminded me of a country pub. Basic pub grub in the dining room - the falafel / haloumi salad looked fantastic. Highlight is George the cockatoo, who was sitting on top of one of...More
We found this pub while out walking after a shopping trip in the area and as soon as we walked in we were welcomed by the owner who had a cockatoo on his arm. He suggested our friend held the bird and that we all...More
Jake at the Friend is much more than a burger joint in Jake Chalmers and much more than a pub in The Friend In Hand Hotel Glebe. It is a nostalgic trip to a retro pub museum ran by a cockatoo serving some of the...More
This is my favorite pub in Glebe! I am a local and don't get there often as I have young kids but when I do the staff are awesome, they embrace the raffles and meat trays on a Sunday, the resident Cockatoo is friendly but...More
This is a quintessential Aussie pub that many many famous and infamous people have frequented. It is a family business that is welcoming and warm with great burgers and chips for the hungry and walls decked with memorabilia and photos of the past . It's...More
This place was great- excellent service, great (fresh and hearty food) really authentic pub feel. Heaps of character, really clean environment. They chucked the game on the tv for us. Really happy with the spread- had a Parma, onion rings, enchiladas and tater tots. They've...More
We stumbled a cross this pub hidden away just like a hidden treasure.
Wednesday night is exceptional with the crab racing.
However we went on a Sunday lunch and a perfect place to relax eat simple pub food and a couple of drinks
An inner city suburb along the water, Glebe has a deep-rooted sense of cultural history and heritage. It originated as a semi-rural resort for the well-to-do, but has transformed into a student-centric melting pot. Visit Glebe Point Road for ethnic cuisine as standard as Mexican, Indian, Italian and Chinese, or as diverse as Spanish, Bavarian, Polish, Czech and Lebanese. You will find that Glebe is accepting of the
eccentrics and aboriginals that roam the streets, integrating students and people of all economic statuses into the multi-cultural fabric that distinguishes this suburb. Glebe Foreshore is a great destination for a leisurely walk along the Bay, and the Saturday market is a great scene for bargain hunters.