Review of Hotel Rose Bay
The iconic, family owned Hotel Rose Bay has undergone a multi-million dollar facelift and boy is she looking schmick! While the heritage, 1920’s Art Deco charm of the hotel has been retained, the interior and exterior has been given a modern make-over, bringing in oodles of natural light, warm timbers, granite bench tops and rose gold accents.
The Rose Bay Hotel has been cleverly divided to offer a Front Bar, Sports Bar and a 70 seater Restaurant.
Executive Chef, Ian Royle formerly of Flying Fish and Catalina heads up the kitchen and he’s serving up a concise Restaurant menu including pub classics such as burgers, fish and chips and a chicken schnitty as well as more adventurous dishes such as Salmon tartare, avocado, tomato ponzu and wonton crisp and Split King prawns, burnt butter and coastal greens.
Alongside the Restaurant menu, you will find their Bar Menu, consisting of share style dishes such as Wagyu skewers with hot sauce, a selection of Baos, chicken wings and salt and pepper calamari.
In terms of the drinks, you’ll find a selection of Australian and international wines as well as a bespoke cocktail menu.
We love the Hotel Rose Bay’s transformation. We think it’s equally a great spot for date night, groups and families. No doubt it will be a new favourite for locals too!
Address: 807 New South Head Road, Rose Bay
Phone: 02 9371 8161
Hours: Mon – 10am – 12am, Tues – Sat – 10am – 1pm, Sun – 10am – 10pm
Website: Hotel Rose Bay
* Urban Chic Guides was invited to dine on this visit as guests of Hotel Rose Bay. All thoughts and words are the authors own and reflect their true and honest opinion. For more information about our Editorial Policy, click here.
Images courtesy of Hotel Rose Bay.