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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!
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Love this place. Quirky, tongue in cheek, great atmosphere and fabulous bar tenders. Love bringing friends here. Some excellent cocktails and the share plates are so tasty- thanks Friday!!
Overall OK. Much more fun atmosphere in the bar from welcoming "Ahoy there" from the bar staff but were quickly shunted to the dining area which had far less ambience. Food was OK. Service OK. Friendly. Dinner cost about $200 for 6 people including one round of drinks (beer, soft drink, wine and one G&T). Not sure I'd eat there again at this time but would definitely go to the bar as it is very lively, colourful etc
Awesome staff 👌🏽 Great atmosphere and vibes. Loved the whole experience!!