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Adria Rybar and Grill

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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published January 7th 2012


Not a bad hangout spot along Cockle Bay Wharf. It is excellent that Adria Rybar and Grill offer breakfast until 1pm on a Sunday, and it is the right day to enjoy brunch along the waterfront and within the city for a change.

The ambience isn't too bad and there is an abundance of choice as to where to sit. Inside has a chic and cosy vibe, yet it is just nice to be able to sit outside. However the seagulls in the morning can be a real pain in the neck.



Great to come here as a couple or with another friend of yours for brunch. Cannot comment on the lunch or the dinner as I have never been to this establishment for those meals in the past.

I have tried their scrambled eggs and the eggs benedict; quite filling yet quite ordinary. The service isn't anything to rave about at this establishment either. The environment is perfect and the food fills you up, yet the prices are pretty unreasonable for the quality of the food you are receiving here. That is a pity as this establishment is in the perfect location. I won't be coming back here in a hurry. Next time I am in Sydney, I will stick to breakfast in Rozelle.

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Why? Not a bad hangout spot along Cockle Bay Wharf
When: Lunch and Dinner
Where: The Promenade, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour NSW 2000
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