The Meat & Wine Co opened its doors to a stylish new fit out with harbour side views in The Streets of Barangaroo last week.
With great attention to detail and no expense spared, the new flagship location has been pitched as the most “lavish and exceptional Meat & Wine Co venue to date”.
The architecture and design pays homage to Barangaroo’s historical Aboriginal fishing culture via elaborate ceiling installations crafted from a variety of replica short staffed paddles scattered throughout the restaurant. Whilst the South African vibes are infused through the textures, tonalities and finishes.
Other new architectural editions included a private ‘Whiskey Room’ for the distinguished Whiskey enthusiasts. The room has been designed with striking finishes including hand stitched leather and handmade furniture from South Africa.
Bradley Michael, Founder of The Meat & Wine Co said, “We pride ourselves in providing the best of the best for our guests and this venue will be the pack leader. The location encompasses culture, heritage and offers guests a unique Afrocentric dining experience.”
With no intention of ‘fitting in’ The Meat & Wine Co will be a stand out venue with the introduction of new urban architectural designs and a brand-new menu. The restaurant, famous for its Afrocentric interior and heritage dining elements, will continue to offer a selection of classic and contemporary dishes with a touch of distinctive South African flavours.
The brand new Meat and Wine Co is situated at 17 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney.