The Deck Sydney is quite accessible. It is a short walk from the Milson's Point CityRail Station. The Milson's Point Ferry Stop is right by its doorsteps. There is also a bus stop along Alfred Street near Olympic Drive. If you need to bring a car, street parking is available at Alfred Street for $7.50 an hour for a maximum of 4 hours. Technically, The Deck Sydney is inside Luna Park, so you can also use Luna Park Parking for $7 per hour for a maximum of $32 for stays of more than 4 hours.
The boardwalk at the side of Luna Park showing the side entrance to The Deck Sydney
Entree at The Deck Sydney is a variety of appetizing seafood selection. A dozen oysters, shucked to serve, natural or with champagne jelly, costs $34. There are $16 options though, such as pressed cornfed chicken terrine, pan seared haloumi salad, mushroom and artichoke salad, or grilled octopus.
The Deck Sydney has great views of the waterfront.
Mains start at $26, but the $40 bouillabaisse consisting of crab, king prawn, white fish, scampi, scallop and mussels with crispy bread and rouille is mouth-watering. Prawns, squid, spring bay mussels, chicken, confit pork belly, chorizo and saffron rice, for those who love paella, is quite appealing.
For more details on The Deck Sydney menu, check out their website and click here. The restaurant is open for business Wednesdays to Saturdays only for lunch and dinner. The bar is open from 11am, until 10pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays, until late on Fridays and Saturdays, and until 9pm only on Sundays. To book online, click here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 9033 7670.
Milson's Point is a lovely place and The Deck Sydney is right in its heart.