This hotel is Sydney's oldest continually licensed hotel. A charming English pub-like atmosphere with an excellent menu and ambiance. The beautiful old hand cut sandstone walls and large beam ceiling add such a sense of history. Don't bother coming if you want to drink VB or equivalent, it’s a brewery with some excellent in-house brews. Also quite a good wine list for those who prefer a grape variety. The menu, although not extensive, had a good choice of meals and our group had the fish, sausages, Nepalese curry and finally the chilli crab pasta. All meals were excellent. A great place for lunch in a warm cosy environment in front of the fireplace with friends. Could not think of a better way to spend a cold wet Sydney weekend.
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