Sydney is home to some of the great restaurants of the world, and in those restaurants, all the cuisines of the world can be found. Go to Marrickville for Vietnamese, Haymarket for Chinatown’s Chinese (and pan-Asian) or Leichhardt for Italian – or even better, go to Mosman and taste the whole world in one location. The bar menu at Hotel Mosman on Military Road takes in classics from all around the globe, from calamari and lasagna to Thai salad, tempura prawns and chicken schnitzels. Throw in a huge range of international and Australian beers, wines and spirits and you’re well on the way to a great night out in Mosman. Book today.
The food and service were impeccable as allways. Will visit again.
The hotel is very well appointed. We sat inside in the upstairs deck and the ambience was very good. It was very pleasant the menu was absolutely fantastic with meals of good quality and great value. Staff was very helpful and courteous. Great venue, good food and reasonably priced.
Seven days a week, Hotel Mosman offers an incredible wine-and-dine experience on Military Road. Famous for its contemporary Australian cuisine, impressive selection of beer, ciders, wines and cocktails, and of course, the upper-level terrace with gorgeous views of the historic Boronia House and its stunning surrounding garden. Known to locals as ‘the duck’ owing to it logo, Hotel Mosman is beloved by diners from all over Sydney who travel from far and wide to enjoy the restaurant’s breathtaking setting and phenomenal food.
There are more than a few recommended dishes at Hotel Mosman on Military Road, so let’s talk through a few of them. They include the chicken schnitzel parmigiana, the lamb and rosemary pie with sweet potato, and the spinach and ricotta lasagne made with pine nuts, basil, dill and Napoli sauce. There are even some great options for the kids, plus various sharing plates with options like tempura king prawns, spicy buffalo wings and vegetable samosa. Reserve your table in advance and prepare to be overcome by the beautiful setting and the enchanting cuisine at Hotel Mosman in Sydney.