Blackrock Brasserie

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About Blackrock Brasserie

Beer brewed on site, superlative dishes and a charming ambience are what make Blackrock Brasserie such a big hit down on the Sylvania stretch of the Princess Highway. A magnet for foodies and beer lovers from south Sydney and even further afield, this brewery and restaurant has earned a reputation for having some of the finest beer in New South Wales, as well as an impressive menu full of delicious modern Australian dishes. Situated just moments from Georges River, Blackrock Brasserie is a standout for flavour and quality.

Address

Blackrock Brasserie
117-119, Princess Hwy., Sylvania
Sydney 2224

Menu Highlights

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Entrées

Freshly Shucked Oysters

Rock or pacific served natural, with red wine shallot or lime vodka granita (Per piece)
A$3.50

Confit Duck Croquettes with Sauce Gribiche

A$17.00

Smoke Salmon and Smoked Trout with Spring Vegetables and Honey Vinaigrette

A$18.00

More about Blackrock Brasserie, Sylvania

If you’re a beer lover, you probably already know all about Blackrock Brasserie in south Sydney’s Sylvania. The restaurant’s premises are home to a craft brewery, Blackhorse Brewhouse, where seasonal craft beers are brewed on site. Sample varieties like the New World Ale, a New Zealand-style pale ale that’s hoppy and fragrant, or their porter, with its malty, chocolatey flavour. Try them all when you visit by ordering Blackrock Brasserie’s beergustation option, which includes a paddle of four miniature beers, each paired with a gourmet dish.

The food on offer at Sylvania’s Blackrock Brasserie along Princess Highway is on point as well, and includes entrees like confit duck croquettes, chicken liver and foie gras parfait with toasted brioche and Cumberland jelly, or the baby heirloom tomato tart with goats cheese mousse and black olive tapenade. For the main course, the grilled options take centre stage, and feature options like the 300g Greenham Tasmanian scotch fillet, the 300g Oakley ranch rump, or place an order 24 hours in advance to indulge in the incredible beer can chicken, suitable for up to four diners. There are plenty of desserts to go around, including our favourite, the white chocolate panna cotta with Champagne granita and mixed berries. Book well in advance for an unforgettable drinking and dining experience at this southern Sydney favourite!

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