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As the name suggests Bar H Dining is a wine and sake bar style eatery, fun and vibrant with a relaxed feel about it. The concept is to offer the finest quality food, beverages and service in a relaxed and informal manner. With a belief in only using the finest, sustainable produce, the seasonal menu at Bar H Dining highlights head chef Nobu Maruyama's cultural home of Japan and his newest passion for Chinese cuisine plus the indigenous ingredients native to Australia. Bar H Dining is the perfect spot to grab a seat at the bar for a cocktail, sake or wine or sit for a relaxed dinner with friends sharing unique dishes created by Nobu San.
$12 - $39
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Dinner, Late Night, Drinks
Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Wine and Beer
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My partner and I lived in Sydney for a year and a half and lost track of how many times we can back to Bar H! This is one of the best value for money tasting menus I have ever seen and every single dish...More
Have been to this place twice. Definitely recommend it if coming with your partner or with a small group. Bigger groups might not be ideal. The quality of the food is great, the portions might be a little bit small. Service is good and the...More
It was a birthday celebration last night, and everything went well until payment. We were charged in full (should be food 30% off) without $20 credit (from the fork). The head waitress was rude , and she only talked to my friend even I pointed...More
Turned up at 6pm told we would have a table at 8pm and would sms us. 9pm and ....
I guess they forgot ? Or maybe too busy
When talking back past to where we actually ate dinner many places free
I guess guests need...More
We enjoyed the Tasting menu - 6 small courses to share from refreshing scallop sashimi to wagyu beef, it was an inventive japanese/ indigenous Australian fusion. It wasn't too hot inside. The only disappointment was that they charged $9 for tap water (after we paid...More
The number of stars is rated lower than the 4 the food and staff deserve due to the intolerable heat we experienced on a night of 36 degrees. It’s a very small restaurant(one side opens to an outdoor counter area...seats close and kitchen very close...More
Celebration night and looked for somewhere new ... found this gem in Surry Hills and will be returning soon -:)
Food, service, atmosphere...all well above the norm. Not the cheapest spot but well worth the money!
We enjoyed a date night at Bar H. The restaurant is small and the tables toward the back are quite close to each other which makes it difficult to get in and out. Unfortunately, on the day we visited it was sweltering so while we...More
Was seated downstairs - food good but smelled dank/damp and room lacked atmosphere - upstairs far better and buzzy. Food was good but rushed - had to slow down the kitchen who seemed intent on pushing all of the order through. So so on a...More
Had some amazing food and cocktails here last night - definitely a neighborhood gem. We had various dishes from the starters and mains with every dish leaving us in absolute heaven (the beef short rib was my favorite).
The service was also very good, very...More
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