Set on the picturesque Vaucluse foreshore, The Nielsen is a multi-purpose venue that caters to a range of experiences.The main restaurant is a casual Italian eatery that delivers contemporary cuisine designed to share. Open seven days a week, The Kiosk is a more relaxed space, serving up seasonal delights for dine in or takeaway. The Pavilion, with it's leafy outlook and beautiful location, is popular for weddings and private events.
Vaucluse House Tea Rooms
Located in the historic Vaucluse House and overlooking their pristine gardens are the Vaucluse House Tearooms. Built in the 1830s the house is stately and elegant, with the tea rooms and patio spilling onto the expansive lawns. Their offerings err on the more traditional side with breakfast, lunch and dinner menus as well as high tea.
My Little Israel
Next door to sister cafe-slash-bakery The Grumpy Baker, My Little Israel pays tribute to owner Michael Cthurmer's heritage.Serving up delicious Israeli street food, the dishes are simple and rustic; like the interiors. Everything is made on site and the woodfire oven warms the space and gives each dish a beautiful flavour.
The Grumpy Baker
ArtisanA Sydney favourite since 2002, the Grumpy Baker is known for their freshly baked goods. With seven locations across the city, the Vaucluse outpost is both a cafe and bakery, pairing their delicious breads, pastries and rolls with delicious Single O beans. Dine in for an indulgent afternoon tea, or pick up a treat to take home.
The Botanica Vaucluse
A lush oasis, The Botanica Vaucluse gives us serious interiors envy; from the pink velvet seats, crisp white tables, scattered greenery and luxe wallpaper. The botanical aesthetic translates across to their paddock-to-plate menu that features produce from their Jamberoo Valley farm and local suppliers. Their cocktail menu pairs well with a strong focus on their house-made gin. Their bespoke Easter cocktail puts Belvedere Vodka centre stage though, pairing it with Creme de Cacoa and Salted Caramel Syrup for a decadent ...