Review of Lot. One Potts Point
Lot. One Potts Point may sound vaguely familiar to those who remember the now closed Lot. 1 Sydney. Well the city’s loss is Potts Point’s gain as the restaurant moves into its new digs at the former home of Missy French.
Lot. One Potts Point‘s decor is instantly inviting with exposed brick walls, warm woods and soft lighting. You kind of feel like a local when you walk in the door, which I think is exactly their point. Lot. One Potts Point knows the competition is fierce in their suburb and they’re pulling out all the stops to impress both the locals and visitors alike.
Young Head Chef Xenia Jade is now in charge of the kitchen and she’s serving up some serious food with a Modern Australian menu and a Mediterranean twist.
The menu is easily digested (pun intended) into small and large dishes as well as sides. Or you can ‘leave it to them’ and they will take care of your menu, perfect for groups.
I suggest the Duck Liver Parfait be one of your starter choices and the Lamb Shoulder (to share) for main is next level! But to be honest, I really don’t think you could go wrong with any of your choices.
The wine list is a mix of local but predominately European drops.
To top it all off, you should expect exceptional service at Lot. One Potts Point. They kind of have it down pat!
Whilst I was a fan of Lot.1 Sydney, I have to admit I am falling under the spell of Lot. One Potts Point.
Personally, I also love to see a female Head Chef ruling her kingdom! #girlpower
Address: 22 Rockwall Crescent, Potts Point
Hours: Tues – Sun – 5.30pm – late
Phone: (02) 9539 6830
Website: Lot. One Potts Point
* Urban Chic Guides was invited to dine on this visit as a guest of Lot. One Potts Point. 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 Lot. One Potts Point.