About Peg Leg Pyrmont

Decked out in old-fashioned, nautical-inspired decor, taking a trip to Peg Leg Pyrmont is like stepping back in time, a hommage to the first settlers in Australia who used to drink in building 150 years ago, back when it used to be the Prymont Bridge Hotel. These days, Peg Leg Pyrmont is a charming cafe and bar, serving up specialty coffee and cafe cuisine by day, and an array of cocktails and seafood come evening time. Start off your day with a Sailor's Breakfast or head over to Peg Leg Pyrmont and sink back some rum-based cocktails paired with a seafood platter or a charcuterie board at night. You'll find Sydney’s Peg Leg Pyrmont located on Pyrmont Bridge Road, book a table and sail on over!

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am


Peg Leg Pyrmont
11A Prymont Bridge Road, Pyrmont
Sydney 2000

Menu Highlights



Avocado Fetta

Smash with wholemeal toast and lemon

Eggs Florentine


The Sailors Fry-up: Full Aussie Breakfast



Cheese Platter


Ploughman's Platter


Charcuterie Platter



Salt & Papper Squid with Lemon and Parsley Mayonnaise


Grilled Tasmanian Salmon with Romesco sauce


Catch of the Day: Market Fish and hand cut Chips with Tartar sauce



Jack Sparrot

Aperol, peach, passion fruit, bubbles, another day in parrot-dise!


Tanqueray Gin, watermelon and cinnamon syrup, egg white, lemon juice. Spritzed with an angostura ship wheel

Tea Clipper

Pampero Blanco Rum, camomile tea syrup, lime juice. Perfect for the tea infuse-last

11 Peg Leg Pyrmont Reviews

11 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Good value
Waiting time:Very good
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Fiona L.a month ago · 1 review

Great vibe, staff were friendly and the food was lovely

Tiana M.2 months ago · 1 review

We had a great night out. The drinks (best cocktails!) and food were amazing and the staff super welcoming and fun :) Definitely coming back soon!

paula b.3 months ago · 2 reviews

Love Peg Leg - the food is great, there are heaps of drinks to choose from and the staff are friendly and helpful! We keep coming back and find that it is a great location for dinner/drinks before a show at The Star!

paula b.7 months ago · 2 reviews

We had a fantastic time at Peg Leg - we booked a table for dinner before a show at the Lyric Theatre - the food was great and the staff were brilliant! Will definitely go back!

Dylan W.a year ago · 1 review

Ahoy mates! It was a steamy 40 degree night. I was hot, humid and overheating rapidly. Upon entering the narrow doors of Peg Leg we were greeted with the beaming smile of Manuel, one of the owners of this most excellent establishment. His gaze peeks out from under a well crafted tri-corn hat and he engages with you in a personal way that makes you feel welcome and relaxed. Refreshing in an industry where some drinksmiths tend to look upon you like a bug in their britches Drinks ordered, turned out to be one of the better Whisky Sours I've had in Sydney town. I like em bitter and was well accommodated. Iced water is gratefully offered while the drinks are being mixed. This place has rum! Lot's of it. Jack Sparrow would be in rum heaven. The nautical decor is cool, stylish and fun. There are various hats behind the bar for patrons to wear so they can fit with the pirate theme. A brilliant touch. We took a table and ordered our food from the beautiful Emma, who looks like she was plucked straight from a french arthouse film. Alluring and attentive, she is one of Peg Leg's treasures. I ordered the Ploughman's mix for $20 and it was impressive. Turned out to be delicious as well with more than enough bread to last the journey. This place is now firmly in my top 3 favourite venues in Sydney, a town that is in desperate need of a revitalised night life. A jaunty gem of a place and something to be experienced. For a pirate bar there's no piracy to the wallet. To err is human, to arr be pirate.

Vicky T.a year ago · 2 reviews

Loved the pirate theme that was executed well. It infiltrated the greeting, language, drink naming, burnt scroll menus and dim lighting all the way through to the toilets. The mulled wine was gingery and strong, the draught beers a cold frosty treat. Sunday nights provide a hearty $20 roast. I'd skip the charcuterie board next time. Might try the ploughman's board instead.

Charlotte Q.a year ago · 1 review

Food and service were excellent. The pirate theme worked well. Intimate and not too loud with music - great for chatting and catching up with friends. Booking online through a third party was a bit strange - would prefer to deal directly with the restaurant.

Sarah P.a year ago · 1 review

Great food and service at Peg Leg. The guys were dressed as Pirates and the cocktails were amazing. Really cool place and well priced. I would definitely recommend to friends.

Collette B.a year ago · 1 review

Very poor service,had to ask to be served for food a number of times,waiting times were long and we ended up having to leave before desert turned up as we were sick of waiting for it - no apology when we raised this with them as we were leaving. The roast dinner,whilst tasty, was tiny, only one small slice of meat per portion and a scattering of veg. Although the staff were pleasant they really need to up their game with customer service.

Ron H.2 years ago · 1 review

Friendly, cosy and inexpensive. Sunday 'Christmas in July' roast was great. Dining area seated about 30 persons and filled quickly. Certainly will be going back.