About Gregory Hills Hotel
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About the restaurant
As a rather quiet suburb of Sydney, naysayers may never have had too much of a reason to venture as far as Gregory Hills, but with the arrival of Gregory Hills Hotel, now, they definitely do. This is a new pub and if its early popularity is anything to go by, it seems it’s hear to stay. Set on Lasso Road, just a stone’s throw from the main Camden Valley Way, it’s a large set up with space enough for everyone. By that we mean there’s live entertainment, a kids area and plenty of seating fit for drinks or casual family dining. The food is terrific, too, with vast menus that offer the best pub classics as well as some curious treats. This is a pub you can’t afford to miss.
Even though Gregory Hills Hotel has something for everyone, it certainly doesn’t skimp on style or attention to detail. This Sydney restaurant and pub – excellently located on Lasso Road in Gregory Hills, obviously – is as eclectic as it is contemporary. And that’s a balance that’s hard to get right. On arrival at Gregory Hills Hotel you’ll be met with a range of seating from high stools at the bar to cushty leather sofas by the fire, as well as wood floors, tiled floors, interesting lighting arrangements and plenty of exposed steel. Oh, and there’s also a charming al fresco area. This really is a beautiful spot. A jewel in Gregory Hills’ crown, if you please.
As well as being the perfect spot for a drink in Gregory Hills, the Gregory Hills Hotel also houses a very accomplished kitchen, serving the best of Australian pub food. There are pizzas and plenty of sharer plates, a light bar menu that provides casual nibbling, while some highlights from the main menu have to be the roasted pork knuckle with beer gravy and mash, the chicken parm or the panko crumbed schnitzel. As we said, if you’re after Australian classics, you’ll find a strong showing of them here. Fit for any occasion, Gregory Hills Hotel is worth travelling from Sydney for, because Gregory Hills is certainly proud to have it.