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dined on Thu, 14 Jun 2018

Pretty good night overall, just the mini beef sliders left off, so came late and 1 out of the 2 not eaten, nor boxed up to take home. Seemed a shame as the 1 I did eat was delicious with a bit of a kick!!!

dined on Sat, 9 Jun 2018

2nd time, new menu, great flavours, nice cocktails, this place became one of our favourite spots.

dined on Wed, 6 Jun 2018

Thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Ambiance was perfect. Staff were pleasant. Food was delicious.

dined on Sat, 2 Jun 2018

Delicious food!! A little expensive but very high quality. Beautiful ambience!

dined on Fri, 25 May 2018

Always a fave that we keep returning to!

dined on Thu, 24 May 2018

It was too loud. It didn’t need music when it was full as everyone had to shout to be heard.

dined on Sat, 19 May 2018

Great buzzy atmosphere. Dietary requirements well catered for.

dined on Wed, 2 May 2018

We had a wonderful lunch with our clients. Great service, a good selection of meals and lovely wines!

dined on Sun, 29 Apr 2018

Great on a Sunday afternoon for a shared grazing plate, glass of wine and listening to live acoustic music!
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About The Botanist Kirribilli

Gather at the foot of the Bridge... ​Kirribilli’s first small bar from the team behind Bondi Hardware, SoCal & The Butler has all the DNA of a loud and lively bar, but it also synthesises all we've come to expect from contemporary Sydney restaurants: the lighting is glow-in-the-dark low, the tables and chairs are high-rise with stools, and the food runs from sliders to pizzas to pan fried haloumi and all manner of share plates. Expect to see detail with a botanical and exploratory theme, the boys have made reference to eccentric, globetrotting English botanist named Gerard Fothergill, who moved to Australia late in life and ran a small bookshop on the now Botanist site until his death in 1932. The travels of the illustrious botanist have informed the charming logo (pith helmet, spectacles, bow tie), in the cocktail list, and in chef Timo Vogel’s appropriately globetrotting menu. The Botanist is a welcome addition to Kirribilli, there hasn’t been a spot this hot for a casual mid-week catch up with friends before. Thank you Carroll & Watts. Best dish: Lamb kofta or king crab and prawn sliders.

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