Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour rests between the bustling East Circular Quay of Sydney Harbour and the serene Royal Botanic Gardens. Although our elegant accommodation allow for a quiet environment, we are mere steps away from the best attractions, events and top things to do in Sydney, Australia including the Sydney Opera House, The Rocks historic district, and more.
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Nothing says classy than an evening at the theatre. You’ve got the tickets, picked out the perfect outfit and your ride is booked so all that’s left is to entertain your taste buds, and what a better way to kick off an evening of riveting entertainment than with an elegant meal and a glass of something fancy.
Located on the water with spectacular wide harbour views, the Pullman Quay Grand Sydney offers the perfect dining experience to compliment a night at the theatre. As one of Sydney’s finest restaurants, the 5-star Q dining experience has a tantalising pre-theatre menu incorporating seasonal and fresh produce with 2 courses for $70 or 3 for $85.
Start the evening with a seafood entrée - scallops accompanied by peas, jamon and woodland sorrel. Maybe you’d prefer something a little more traditional and will choose the freshly shucked Sydney rock oysters, natural or Kilpatrick style.
Continue into the night with Barramundi, baby carrots and braised fennel or move from the surf to the turf with an entrecote of Beef, rainbow chard and shitake mushroom.
Finish up on a sweet note with a dessert of macadamia nougatine matched with chocolate and milo or for a little more of a refreshing zing, try the charred pineapple, coconut sorbet and honey.
Now that you are enticed to some pre-theatre dining, if you haven’t decided on what theatre experience you’d like to book, Opera Australia are promoting some exciting shows during the month of September.
After your meal at the Pullman, you could make the short trip to the Capitol Theatre to see My Fair Lady, as directed by the one and only Julie Andrews. The production is currently showing till mid-October and with a stellar cast and lively dialogue, the story is a classic for theatre rookies and veterans alike.
If you are looking for something a little more intimate, get your tickets to see performer Ferruccio Furlanetto at the City Recital Hall. An Italian bass, Furlanetto is appearing in Sydney for two recitals on the 27th and 29th September and will be accompanied by internationally renowned pianist Igor Tchetuev. He is offering two programs of elegant sounds; a sensual interpretation of Schubert's stunning song cycle Winterreise, and the second, a composition of soulful Russian songs.
Whichever theatre experience you choose, starting the night with a few courses on the water at Pullman Quay Grand Sydney is bound to cement it as an evening to remember. Book today email@example.com | 02 9256 4044
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