Located over in leafy Kirribilli just minutes from Milsons Point station, Fitzroy Food Co. is shaking up the area's vibrant food scene with its Mediterranean-influenced menu and brilliant brunches, with its trendy, urban decor only adding to the appeal. Located on Fitzroy Street, sitting in the shadow of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, Fitzroy Food Co. draws in diners from all over the city, whether its for brunch, lunch or dinner, offering everything from tapas to rustic Mediterranean mains and casual classics like burgers and pizza. To avoid missing out, booking a table at Fitzroy Food Co. in advance is recommended!
Sydney has no lack of brunch places but Fitzroy Food Co. is quickly establishing themselves as the place to go for brunch in Sydney’s Kirribilli area, and the menu of mouthwatering Mediterranean dishes makes this stylish eatery equally as popular in the afternoons and evenings too. With exposed brick walls, hanging copper lamps and foliage, this Fitzroy Street joint creates a stylish atmosphere to dine in, with outdoor seating providing the perfect place for a spot of people watching too.
Dishes like the spanish beans with chorizo, crumbled feta, poached egg and toast, the big brekkie and ricotta buttermilk pancakes are the perfect way to kick off your day while on the main menu you’ll find a selection of small plates like the crab and chorizo croquettes with saffron aioli, or Wagyu & pulled pork sliders to sharing platters, burgers and pizzas as well as a range of contemporary Mediterranean mains. We recommend the herb-crusted Milly Hill lamb rack served with roast parsnip, celeriac and jus, rounded off with the Key lime pie or tiramisu! Mouth watering? Book a table and head over to Fitzroy Food Co. in Sydney’s Kirribilli now!
I always enjoy my time at the Fitzroy Food Company. I can tell you that my friends and I thoroughly our salads last Tuesday for lunch.
Awesome location, easy to access. Staff was friendly and so helpful, and food for our party of three was scrumdidlyumptious! Pricing really good too. Highly recommended, and will most definitely be returning to Fitzroy on Fitzroy.
Great food and excellent attentive service. I went last weekend for my niece's birthday and the staff were very friendly and made the kids feel very welcome. Food was exceptional too!
Fitzroy Food Company was an amazing experience. Such yummy food and wonderful friendly service. Highly recommend restaurant for dinner in a group. Fantastic. Will certainly return. 😊
Loved this place! We went there with some friends (6 adults in all) on a Sat night for dinner. We'd only ever been there for coffee and/or B&E rolls in the morning before and wasn't sure what it'd be like, but I liked the sound of their varied menu (both in type of food on offer from pizzas to burgers, mezze platters to roasts) and the price range. It wasn't packed, but there was a really lovely atmosphere. The food was amazing (my husband and I shared the calamari as a starter and we both had the wild rabbit pie which was delicious), and so reasonable priced! Our mains were $26 each, which is way below what we're used to for this quality in Sydney. 100% recommended!
The service and ambiance was excellent at Fitzroy Food Co. We enjoyed share plates to start which were really great and the seafood pasta was delicious! Would definitely return to Fitzroy Food Co.
Service was prompt and courteous. We had burgers and chips for lunch. They were ample and very tasty. The chips were particularly good. We booked online and were rewarded with a table adjacent to the outdoors, with a view of the magnificent old home opposite and the charming streetscape. Coffee was excellent. We each had a burger and coffee for $19. Thus eaterie has an al fresco feel to it, even if you're not at an outdoor table. There's a whole floor of extra dining space above. Highly recommended.
We arrived a bit late for our booking but our table was there waiting for us. We ordered the paella to share between 4. It is cooked from scratch so takes half an hour but well worth the wait, truly authentic and full of seafood. We shared a seafood pizza as a starter which was just as delicious. Washed down with an Adelaide Hills Rose it was a very relaxed and satisfying meal.
There is a very good range of food choices. If you want a casual meal there are small plates, pizzas etc or there are main meals also. Two of our party had main meals and although very tasty would have liked some vegetables with the meal. Maybe that should have been ordered as a side dish, but this was not suggested. The wait staff very pleasant although a little disorganised.
The restaurant is well fitted out with doors that fold out onto the street. The food was fine but there is a long lag between ordering and the food arriving. When we went, they had difficulty in synching the order so that some of the dishes came out hot and others came out cold. The staff were hard working but they need some training in customer service; they seem to avoid eye-contact and you can wait a while before your order is taken.