About Sienna Marina
Sienna Marina is a jack of all trades, serving up breakfast, brunch, burgers, and outstanding Italian dishes. The charm spilling out of this Sydney restaurant is unavoidable as you walk down Cowper Wharf Roadway. Housed in a brick building by the Potts Point waterfront in Woolloomooloo, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the modern interior, where you can choose from a range of dishes and take advantage of Sienna’s affordable lunch special on weekdays.
- Monday 07:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 07:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday 07:00 - 23:00
- Thursday 07:00 - 23:00
- Friday 07:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 07:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 07:00 - 23:00
Sienna Marina makes its home in an unassuming brick building down Cowper Wharf Roadway at the Potts Point end of Woolloomooloo, and it’s here that you’ll find one of the most relaxed and authentic Italian dining experiences in Sydney. The restaurant’s menu is is packed with various Italian classics, so much so that you’ll be spoiled for choice. And it’s open from breakfast through to dinner, too, so you can always get your culinary fix from the bel paese.
Sienna Marina only uses the best ingredients for each meal. The steaks include premium, 120-day grain-fed Australian triple-A Black Angus, for instance, and the fish is as fresh as you should expect from a Sydney restaurant so close to the Woolloomooloo and Potts Point waterfront. Located close to the city centre, head over to Sienna Marina during your lunch break for the great value lunch special, available on weekdays only. Plated with care and creativity, Sienna Marina is a go-to restaurant to go to for classic Italian indulgence.
We had high hopes for this place but should have left as soon as we entered. The toilet block smell inside hit you in the face when you walked in. We persevered hoping it would dissipate as you went further inside, which it did but not completely. We ordered garlic prawns and salt and pepper squid and a pizza. The garlic prawns were bland and the prawns weren't fresh ones, probably frozen. The squid was ok. The pizza was very ordinary, hardly any better than a frozen one you would heat up if you couldn't be bothered. We also ordered a bottle of white wine but ended up with red. The red and white had the same name but still everyone knows the bottles are a different shape to start with. We told the waiter not to worry about it and drank it. Won't be going back and won't recommend this place.
The main head, Daniel, is so welcoming. I literally felt at home having dinner...!!! The staffs were equally good as well; service was top notch. :)